CMGT: Construction Management
- 5503. Independent Study: Construction (3)
- May be repeated for credit with consent of chair. Research oriented. Problem solving with tools, materials, and processes of construction industry.
- 6600. Critical Analysis and Evaluation of Construction Documentation (3)
- P: Acceptance into the MCM program. Methods of critically analyzing project data associated with construction design, process application, and project control problems and formulating logical solutions through a variety of documentation sources.
- 6610. Advanced Computer Applications in Construction (3)
- P/C: CMGT 6600. Understanding emerging computing and information technologies in construction management and engineering.
- 6620. Human Resources and Training (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Study of human resources in construction business environments; the theories of human behavior and how it is influenced by leadership, organization, environment, motivation, and culture.
- 6630. Advanced Applications in Construction Scheduling (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Managing construction scheduling, project control, and strategic planning and analysis of single and multiple projects.
- 6640. Land Use Management and Development (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Principles and practice of site planning and infrastructure design for large urban developments, with relevant aspects of land use theory and implications for site planning.
- 6650. Global Management of Construction (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Special problems and procedures related to international construction projects; impact of social, cultural, legal, and financial aspects of international contracting; logistics of labor, materials, and equipment in a foreign environment.
- 6660. Quality Control Systems (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Developing and implementing methods of controlling and evaluating quality control in all processes of construction.
- 6662. Legal Implications of Design and Construction (3)
- P: CMGT 6600. Risk liability in construction industry, contract case law, tort law, negligence, products liability, and role of liability insurance and professional liability of designers and building contractors.
- 6664. Advanced Cost Estimating/Cost Analysis (3)
- Incorporates emerging estimating and cost control measures in construction industry. Conceptual and definitive estimating, cost developing, cost analysis methods, project delivery implications, international work implications, and computer applications and modeling.
- 6670. Special Topics in Construction (3)
- P: Consent of chair. Exploration and research in personal areas of interest.
- 6700. Research Capstone Seminar (3)
- P: CMGT 6610; consent of instructor. Provides graduate students in construction management an opportunity to conduct independent study and research for the non-thesis master’s degree program.