Construction Management provides a professional service for effectively managing a construction project’s function, schedule, scope, cost, safety and quality from the project’s beginning to its conclusion. The BAS in Construction Management degree will prepare students for advancement within the Construction Management field by teaching successful graduates a wide range of marketable skills including management principles; scheduling, planning and cost estimating for construction projects; behavior of building structures/components; principles of mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems; project safety; and risk management.

Admission to the BAS-Construction Management requires departmental approval. Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the BAS-Construction Management. Registration into upper division courses is by departmental permission only.

Eligibility requirements/admission steps:

· Complete an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Construction Management or closely related degree from a regionally accredited educational institution. Current students must be enrolled in their final semester of courses to complete their AAS at the time of application to the BAS program.
· Complete an application for admission to Collin College (if not a current Collin College student).
· Submit official transcripts from all prior colleges/universities, if applicable.
· Once a College-Wide Identification (CWID) Number has been received, complete a Request for Transfer Credit Evaluation (in Cougarweb under the Home Tab), if applicable.
· Complete departmental admissions requirements per departmental communication.
· Attend the mandatory BAS-Construction Management student orientation prior to registration.

The academic records of students completing the admissions requirements will be reviewed by the department for specific coursework that can be transferred into Collin College and applied toward the BAS-Construction Management degree program. Students will either be admitted into the BAS program or not admitted into the BAS program and directed to work with Student Enrollment Services and/or the Workforce Programs Career Coach to devise a plan to complete the required coursework necessary to be admitted to the BAS program in future terms.

120 credit hours
First Semester
CNBT 1311 Construction Materials and Methods I
CNBT 2342 Construction Management I
ECON 1301 Introduction to Economics
(See Social / Behavioral Sciences options)
MATH 1342 Elementary Statistical Methods
(See Mathematics options)
OSHT 1305 OSHA Regulations - Construction Industry
Second Semester
CNBT 2304 Construction Methods and Materials II
CNBT 1300 Residential and Light Commercial Construction Drawings
ENVR 1401 Environmental Science I (see Life/Physical Science options)
ENGL 1301 Composition I
SPCH 1321 Business and Professional Communication
(See Speech options)
Summer Semester
CNBT 1280 Cooperative Education - Construction Engineering Technology / Technician
First Semester
CNBT 1359 Project Scheduling
CNBT 1346 Construction Estimating I
CNBT 1342 Building Codes and Inspections
CNBT 2310 Commercial/Industrial Blueprint Reading
PHIL 2306 Introduction to Ethics 1
Second Semester
BMGT 1305 Communications in Management
CNBT 2340 Mechanical, Plumbing & Electrical Systems in Construction II (Commercial)
CNBT 1315 Field Engineering I
CNBT 2344 Construction Management II (Capstone)
First Semester
Business Elective*
ABSC 3410 Applied Building Sciences
KINE 1164 Introduction to Physical Fitness and Wellness 2
CMGT 3305 Construction Estimating II
CMGT 3310 Building Information Modeling for Constructors
Second Semester
ENVR 1402 Environmental Science II (see Life/Physical Science options)
ARTS 1313 Foundations of Art (see Fine Arts options)
ENGL 2311 Technical and Business Writing (see Communications options)
CMGT 3315 Construction Structural Systems
CMGT 3320 Construction Project Planning
First Semester
HIST X3XX See American History options
GOVT 2305 Federal Government (Federal constitution and topics)
CMGT 4305 Construction Materials Testing and Inspections
CMGT 4310 Construction Soils and Foundations
CMGT 4315 Construction Project Management
Second Semester
HIST X3XX See American History options
GOVT 2306 Texas Government (Texas constitution and topics)
CMGT 4320 Construction Law and Ethics
CMGT 4325 Construction Leadership
CMGT 4330 Construction Management Capstone
*Business Electives (3 Credit Hours): BUSI 2301-Business Law is recommended. Any BUSI, BMGT, BUSG, ECON, or ACCT course not already fulfilling a degree requirement above.
1. No course substitutions
2. May substitute EDUC 1100 or any core course not used to
meet the requirement of another component.