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  • Memorial Day Observed


    Monday, May 28, 2018 (University closed)

Course Offerings & Calendar

Online Calendar

Term Last day to AddStart DateLast Day to DropLast Day to WithdrawEnd Date
Spring 18-B 3/2/2018 3/5/2018 3/9/2018 4/2/2018 4/29/2018
Summer 18-A 4/27/2018 4/30/2018 5/7/2018 6/4/2018 6/24/2018
Summer 18-B 6/22/2018 6/25/2018 7/2/2018 7/30/2018 8/19/2018
Fall 18-A 8/17/2018 8/20/2018 8/27/2018 9/24/2018 10/14/2018
Fall 18-B 10/12/2018 10/15/2015 10/22/2018 11/19/2018 12/9/2018
Spring 19-A 12/30/2018 1/2/2019 1/9/2019 2/6/2019 2/26/2019
Spring 19-B 2/24/2019 2/27/2019 3/6/2019 4/3/2019 4/23/2019
Summer 19-A 4/27/2019 4/30/2019 5/7/2019 6/4/2019 6/24/2019
Summer 19-B 6/22/2019 6/25/2019 7/2/2019 7/30/2019 8/19/2019

Online Courses


    CET 102: Surveying I (3)

    Beginning course in plane surveying; covers proper chaining techniques, care and use of engineering levels, differential leveling, traversing, and construction surveying.


    CET 103: Surveying II (3)

    Introduction to land, topographic, and construction surveying. Prerequisite: CET 102 or permission of instructor.


    CET 115: Civil Drafting I (3)

    An introduction to basic drafting, AutoCAD, and Structural Detail drafting.


    CET 207: Construction Materials and Methods (3)

    Properties, uses and methods of assembly of building materials as they apply to the construction industry.


    CET 208: Concrete and Asphalt Materials (3)

    Study of Portland cement concrete and bituminous pavements. Manufacturing, mix design, placing and finishing of these materials. The laboratory includes ASTM testing of these materials.


    CET 303: Construction Management (3)

    Job specifications, contractor, organization, bonding, contracts, insurance and labor relations. Prerequisite: CET 207.


    CET 304: Building Cost Estimating (3)

    Estimating related to building construction industry. Quantity take-off, labor and material costs, records and assembling a general contractor’s bid.


    CET 305: Heavy/Highway Cost Estimating (3)

    Estimating relating to heavy and highway construction. Covers heavy equipment selection and use, project scheduling and production rates. Prerequisite: junior standing or permission of instructor.


    CM 101: Intro to Construction Management (2)

    Identify and understand the relationships among participants in the construction process and its history. Including risks, construction processes, construction law, regulations, and construction project delivery.


    CM 231: Statics and Structures (4)

    Introduction to statics, strength of materials, and theory of structures, its applications to building construction and the use of trigonometry in solution of statics problems. Prerequisite: MATH 121. Pre or corequisite: PHYS 201, 201L.


    CM 320 Soils in Construction (3)

    A study of soil as a construction material; including investigation, testing, classification, engineering properties and modification techniques, excavations, fills, slope stability, and pavement subgrades. Prerequisite: CM 231.


    CM 330: Wood Structural Systems (3)

    A study of production and properties of wood, design methods for wood structural elements and fasteners, and production and erection methods of wood structures. Prerequisite: CM 231.


    CM 341 Concrete and Steel Structures (4)

    A study of concrete and steel structures including design elements and construction methods for simple structural systems, joints, connections, fasteners, and concrete formwork. Prerequisite: CM 231.


    CM 351: Construction Planning & Scheduling (3)

    Principles and techniques of planning and scheduling for construction projects. Topics include bar charts, Critical Path Method, precedence networks and cost-time takeoffs. Prerequisite: CET 304 or CET 305.


    CM 445: Construction Safety (2)

    The study of safe construction techniques, workers compensation insurance, OSHA regulations and requirements, cost of accidents, and ethical conduct regarding safety. Prerequisite: CET 207.


    CM 451: Mechanical & Electrical Systems (4)

    The study of mechanical and electrical systems associated with building construction: climate control systems, water and waste water systems, electric power and electronic communication systems. Prerequisite: PHYS 201, CET 207.


    CM 461: Construction Law (3)

    Legal documents and operation in construction management including business ownership and organization, business development through bidding and negotiations, contracts, communication during construction, insurance and accounting. Prerequisite: CET 303.


    CM 465: Construction Accounting & Finance (3)

    Construction project analysis/financial control including, cash flow analysis and management, overhead cost and break-even analysis, time value of money, banking, and bonding. Prerequisite: ACCTG 201.


    CM 475: Senior Project (3)

    An exercise in construction project analysis cost estimating, scheduling, and the preparation and professional presentation of a project bid package for an organization. Prerequisite: senior standing in CM; must be within 2 semesters of graduation.

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