Construction Management (Minor)

Program Description

Much of what is planned and designed is intended to be built or constructed in some manner. The goals of the Undergraduate Minor in Construction Management are to teach fundamental technical and leadership skills and promote a greater understanding of the relationships among construction and the other professions to students from the various engineering disciplines and other majors who may in some way become involved in the planning, design, construction, maintenance, or operation of built systems.

For this reason, the minor has only one required course, with the remaining courses selected from among a group of Construction Management electives, which allows students to select courses that best fit their interests and complement their curricula.

Applying for the Minor

Apply for a minor in Albert using the link in the My Academics section of the Student Center.

Students should apply for the minor before applying for graduation. After applying for the minor, the application is then forwarded to the Home School Advising Office, Host School Advising Office, Host School Department/Program, and the Academic Dean’s office.

The departmental advisers governing the minor will have access to approve or disapprove the minor online using the Graduation Tracking Search page. If a student is registered for a course for the minor during their last semester, the adviser can still set the status to departmental approved pending current courses.