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Capitol Technology University Course Catalog

    Apr 21, 2024  
2023-2024 Course Catalog 
2023-2024 Course Catalog

Construction Management, B.S.

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With an online bachelors degree in construction management, you’ll bring a unique skill set and understanding to your role in the construction industry. You’ll graduate prepared to manage a variety of construction projects, from the field or home office. At the same time, your enhanced IT skills in cybersecurity make you uniquely qualified to handle the nation’s critical infrastructure. Protecting physical buildings, industrial plants, transportation - as well as the computer networks that remotely operate these facilities - is crucial to our society and the way we live. Finally, you’ll complete an unmanned systems course. You can also add a minor in unmanned systems, which makes you able to obtain your FAA Part 107 license to operate commercial uses of drones weighing less than 55 pounds.

The construction industry is huge - both in the United States and internationally - and experiences year-to-year growth in needs and employment opportunities. As one of the largest parts of the U.S. economy, many types of construction projects directly overlap with the Department of Homeland Security’s 16 critical infrastructure sectors. This includes the construction and protection of facilities such as water and wastewater treatment facilities, power plants, oil refineries, manufacturing facilities, chemical facilities, transportation sector, nuclear industry, dams, commercial facilities, communications structures, defense bases and hospitals.

Student Outcomes

  • Graduates will enter employment in the field of construction management and critical infrastructure in a business sector of choice with a strong understanding of field concepts, project management process and team management skills.
  • Graduates will understand the laws, regulations, and customary expectations as they relate to construction management and critical infrastructure.
  • Graduates will demonstrate familiarity with security operations and administration, demonstrate a working knowledge of critical infrastructure and operational security.
  • Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities through experiential learning.
  • Graduates will apply various techniques and methods to efficiently and effectively plan and control construction projects.
  • Graduates will understand the value of and apply sustainable building practices to optimize use of available resources.

Course Requirements

Bachelor of Science 121 Credits

Mathematics and Sciences (19 Credits)

Construction Management (39 Credits)

Capstone (6 Credits)

  • CM-457 Internship in Construction Management 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • CM-458 Senior Project 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)

Humanities, Social Science, Management (24 Credits)

General Electives (33 Credits)

The general electives area allows you to customize to your individual needs. Whether it is easy transferability of credits or to focused courses in these exciting areas, such as Cyber, Critical Infrastructure or Safety.

  • General Elective 1 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 2 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 3 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 4 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 5 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 6 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 7 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 8 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 9 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 10 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)
  • General Elective 11 3 Semester Credit Hour(s)


*See appropriate department for approved list.

Students are required to complete FS 100  (Freshman Seminar) unless the student has transferred 24 credit hours or greater. A student may be required to complete CS-100, MA 005 , and EN 001  based on placement test results.

Please check with an Academic Advisor to confirm degree requirements and program electives.

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