Bachelor of Science in Construction Management UNL Campus Requirements

Degree Requirements

First Semester

CNST 1310Introduction to the Construction Industry

1 credit

MATH 1950Calculus I

5 credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Second Semester

CNST 1120Construction Communication

3 credits

Humanities or social science elective

3 Credits

Science Elective with Lab

4-5 Credits

Science Elective with lab: CHEM 109 or CHEM 111 or CHEM 113 or PHYS 211 and PHYS 221 or PHYS 151 and PHYS 153

Humanity/Social Science Elective: Of the 21-credit-hour total for elective courses, 9 credit hours shall be humanity/social science courses, and 9 credit hours shall be a technical elective course with an additional 3 credit hours taken as a construction management elective. One humanity/social science course must be taken from Historical Studies [ES-E] or Race, Ethnicity and Gender [ES-H] and one humanity/social science course must be taken from the Humanities [ES-F]. Additionally, two of the three humanity/social science courses must be IS courses.

Third Semester

CIVE 221/CONE 2210Geometric Control Systems

3 credits

CIVE 252Construction Materials Laboratory

1 credit

CNST 2410Construction Methods & Equipment I

3 credits

CNST 2510Construction Materials and Specifications

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:10

Fourth Semester

CNST 2420Construction Equipment and Methods II

3 credits

ECON 2220Principles of Economics (Macro)

3 credits

Humanities or social science elective

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Humanity/Social Science Elective: Of the 21-credit-hour total for elective courses, 9 credit hours shall be humanity/social science courses, and 9 credit hours shall be a technical elective course with an additional 3 credit hours taken as a construction management elective. One humanity/social science course must be taken from Historical Studies [ES-E] or Race, Ethnicity and Gender [ES-H] and one humanity/social science course must be taken from the Humanities [ES-F]. Additionally, two of the three humanity/social science courses must be IS courses.

Fifth Semester

CNST 3050Building Environmental Technical Systems I

3 credits

CNST 3780/CONE 3780Construction Estimating

3 credits

Total Credit Hours:6

Sixth Semester

CNST 3060Building Environmental Technical Systems II

3 credits

CNST 3790Construction Estimating II

3 credits

Engineering Economics

3 Credits

Technical elective

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:12

Seventh Semester

CNST 4800Productivity and Human Factors in Construction

3 credits

CNST 4850/CONE 4850Construction Planning, Scheduling, and Controls

3 credits

Humanities or social science elective

3 Credits

Technical elective

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:12

Humanity/Social Science Elective: Of the 21-credit-hour total for elective courses, 9 credit hours shall be humanity/social science courses, and 9 credit hours shall be a technical elective course with an additional 3 credit hours taken as a construction management elective. One humanity/social science course must be taken from Historical Studies [ES-E] or Race, Ethnicity and Gender [ES-H] and one humanity/social science course must be taken from the Humanities [ES-F]. Additionally, two of the three humanity/social science courses must be IS courses.

Eighth Semester

CNST 4200Professional Practice and Ethics

3 credits

CNST 4760/CONE 4760Project Budgets and Controls

3 credits

CNST 4890Senior Construction Project

3 credits

Construction Management Elective

3 Credits

Technical elective

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:15