The PDF will include all pages within the Graduate and Professional Catalog. May be repeated 2 times for credit. Prerequisite: Admission to upper level in Construction Science. Here, students visit the Boeing construction site in North Charleston, S.C. Take time to explore the world! Credits 3. We have exchange agreements with the University of South Australia in Adelaide and Leeds Beckett University in the United Kingdom. As the largest single industry in the United States and one of the most important, construction offers unlimited opportunities to those who are well educated and highly motivated. As construction explodes so does construction management. Courses taught by the Department include construction materials and methods, fundamental design courses in soils and foundations, mechanical and electrical systems and structures, project control systems and management, construction law, labor and contracts, and industry emphasis courses. This gives you a chance to hear first hand from professionals and possibly make connections in the industry. Since internships count as experience, it can help the construction management graduate gain the necessary experience to apply for jobs. We use cookies on our website to give you the most relevant experience by remembering your preferences and repeat visits. Prerequisite: Admission to upper level in Construction Science. Principles of ethical behavior in preparation for a professional internship with a construction or construction-related company; various construction company case studies emphasizing personal accountability, integrity, moral courage, individual, association and company codes of conduct; accepted business practices, decision making, company cultures, peer pressure, public opinion. Students must satisfactorily complete the following courses as part of the 54 hours of coursework with a minimum of a 2.5 GPA to be considered to upper level. Prerequisites: COSC 475; must be taken last full semester or summer before graduation. In the classroom and laboratory, on job sites and in an 800-hour internship, you will acquire the skills and knowledge to succeed in the construction industry. MAR, Seoul National University, Korea, 2011, Houston, Jonathan, Senior LecturerConstruction ScienceBEN, Texas A&M University, 2007, Jeong, Hyungseok David, ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, Purdue University, 2005, Kang, Ho-Yeong, Associate ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, Texas A&M University, 2001, Lavy, Sarel, ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel, 2006, Lewis, Michael P, Associate ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, North Carolina State University, 2009, Marraro, Anthony R, Senior LecturerConstruction ScienceMS, Texas A&M University, 1997, McGinn, Larry, Senior LecturerConstruction ScienceMS, Texas A&M University, 2003, McGowan, Anne B, Instructional ProfessorConstruction ScienceMS, Texas A&M University, 1976, Nichols, John M, Associate ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, University of Newcastle, Australia, 2002, Palmer, Richard C, Senior LecturerConstruction ScienceBS, Texas A&M University, 1988, Rodgers, William S, Clinical ProfessorConstruction ScienceJD, Texas Tech University, 1978, Rybkowski, Zofia K, Associate ProfessorConstruction SciencePHD, University of California - Berkeley, 2009 Senior capstone course for students preparing to enter the mechanical, electrical or other specialty construction company; project management of specialty contracts including project acquisition, schematic system design, estimating/bidding, scheduling, systems integration, value engineering, management during construction of crews and procurement, contract administration, business planning and current industry issues. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. The average tuition for a four-year degree depends on whether you go to a public or private school. Prerequisite: AREN and COSL majors only. So it’s important to know that it’s what you want to do when you graduate. And construction managers make almost double the national average, making it a big draw. Introduction to the physical principles that govern classical statics and strengths of materials through the design of architectural structures. COSC 310 Design and Construction Leadership Education I.