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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

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    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.

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    CET 103: Surveying II (3)

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

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    CET 115: Civil Drafting I (3)

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

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    CET 207: Construction Materials and Methods (3)

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

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    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.

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    CET 303: Construction Management (3)

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

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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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