Construction Management Courses

Bachelor of Science, Construction Management
University Core Curriculum

Required courses

Construction Management (61 hours)

TCST 104: Into to Construction (Typically offered Fall & Spring)

TCST 106: CAD for Construction (Typically offered Fall & Spring)

TCST 180: Construction Documents (Typically offered Fall & Spring) Prerequisite: TCST 104

TCST 200: Site Preparation (Typically offered Fall)

TCST 222: Technical Presentation (Typically offered Fall & Spring)

Prerequisites: ENG 103 or 104, & COMM 210

TCST 250: Construction Methods and Materials (Typically offered Spring)

TCST 261: Mechanical Construction (Typically offered Fall) Prerequisites: TCST 104,106 & 180

TCST 262: Electrical Construction (Typically offered Spring) Prerequisites: TCST 104,106 & 180

TCST 300: Structural Mechanics (Typically offered Spring) Prerequisites: MATH 112 & PHYC 110

TCST 310: Ethics in Construction (Typically offered Spring) Prerequisite: TCST 104

TCST 320: Estimating (Typically offered Fall) Prerequisites: TCST 104 & 180

TCST 355: Planning and Scheduling (Typically offered Fall) Prerequisites: TCST 104 & 180

TCST 365: Construction Safety (Typically offered Fall & Spring)

TCST 400: Project Management (Typically offered Spring) Prerequisites: TCST 104,180,320 & 355

TCST 420: Construction Finance and Law (Typically offered Spring) Prerequisite: ACC 201

TCST 460: Capstone in Construction Management (Typically offered Spring)

Prerequisites: TCST 104, 180, 320 & 355; Prerequisite or Parallel: TCST 400

TDPT 380: Internship in Technology (2@ 3 hrs each) (Typically offered Fall, Spring & Summer)

Electives: 7 hours TCST electives as approved by the CM Academic Advisor

 

Additional Requirements (20 hours)

ECON 201: Elementary Microeconomics

MATH 181: Elementary Probability and Statistics

*MATH 132: Brief Calculus

NREM 211: Water Resources or NREM 221: Soil Resources

PHYC 110: General Physics 1

PHYC 112: General Physics 2 or CHEM 111: Gen. Chemistry 1

 

Business Administration Minor (15 hours)

ACC 201: Accounting 1

BL 260:  Business Law

ISOM 251: Operations Management

MGT 300: Managing Behavior in Organizations

Elective: ACC 202 or ECON 202 or RE 230 or RMI 270 or MGT 241 of MGT 261

or Choice as approved by the CM Academic Advisor

 

* Students may elect to take MATH 112, 125, and one additional science course (PHYC 112 or CHEM 112) instead of taking MATH 132 to meet accreditation, university, and program requirements. This election may take more than 120 credit hours for graduation.

Department of Technology
Applied Technology Building (AT), room 131
Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306

Phone: 765-285-5642
Fax: 765-285-2162