Construction Management Transfer Guide

  • North Dakota State College of Science AAS Building Const Tech

    to MSUM BS Construction Management

    Quick Facts:

    • College credits applied = 38
    • Gen Ed/ LASC goal areas & credits remaining = 15
    • Remaining requirements = 89 

    General Education Transfer Curriculum / Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum (LASC)

    Goal Area Requirement NDSCS Courses MSUM Equivalent
    Written/ Oral Communication
    COMM 110 (3 cr) College Writing I ENGL 101 English Comp I
    Recommended:
    COMM 110 (3 cr) Fundamentals Public Speaking

    COMM 100 Speech Communication
    History/ Social Behavioral Sciences Recommended:
    ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics OR
    ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
    ECON 202 Microeconomics*
    OR


    ECON 204 Macroeconomics
    Additional Goal Area Courses to Equal 42 Credits for Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum (LASC) Minimum credits beyond AAS and major requirements to complete LASC Goal Areas = 15. (See Related Requirements below for additional LASC courses.)
    Requirements for Major NDSCS Course MSUM Equivalent
    Students must obtain a grade of C- or higher BCT 210 (7 cr) Light Commercial Construction CM 220 Commercial Building Methods Materials
      BCT 222 (2 cr) Construction Safety CM 365 Construction Safety
      Additional ARCT, BCT & MFGT Technical courses (16 cr) Technical Block (16 cr)
      HPER 210 First Aid & CPR (2 cr) HLTH 125 First Aid & CPR (elective)

    *Recommended because these are required courses for the Construction management major

    Requirements Remaining to take at MSUM (104 cr depending on courses taken at NDSCS)

    Core Requirements:

    • CM 200/200L Construction Surveying (2)
    • CM 205 Professional Growth Seminar I (1)
    • CM 216 Construction Graphics (3)
    • CM 223 Construction Statics (3)OR
    • ENG 243 Engineering Mechanics I - Statics (3)
    • CM 230 Estimating I: Quantity Survey (3)
    • CM 254 Mechanical/Electrical Systems (3)
    • CM 325 Heavy/Highway Const Materials (3)
    • CM 326 Heavy/Highway Const Materials Lab (1)
    • CM 327 Sustainability in the Built Environment (3)(Goal 10)
    • CM 335 Estimating II-Pricing and Productivity (3)
    • CM 340 Planning and Scheduling (4)
    • CM 350 Structural Design and Analysis (3)
    • CM 370 Construction Documents and Specs (3)
    • CM 425 Equipment Productivity and Analysis (3)
    • CM 434 Construction Cost Analysis (3)
    • CM 460 Project Administration (3)
    • CM 469 Internship (3+)
    • CM 492 Capstone Experience (3)

     

    Restricted Electives: (3 cr)

    One course from list of MGMT, OM, OR PMGT courses

    See advisor for choices.

    Related Requirements:

    • ACCT 230 Principles of Accounting I (3)
    • ACCT 304 Legal Environment of Business (3)
    • *CHEM 150/150L General Chemistry and Lab OR
    • *GEOS 115 Physical Geology and Lab (4) (Goal 3)
    • PHYS 160/160L College Physics and Lab (4) (Goal 3)
    • MATH 229 Calculus for Business (3) (Goal 4) OR
    • *MATH 234 Intro to Probability & Statistics
    • *ECON 202 Prin of Economics: Microeconomics OR
    • *ECON 204 Prin of Economics: Macroeconomics (3) (Goal 5)
    • ENGL 201 Composition II (3) (WI) OR
    • ENGL 387 Technical Report Writing (3)
    • MGMT 360 Principles of Management (3)
    • PGMT 385 Process Leadership (3)
    • OM 395 Computer Applications for Engineering/ Technology (3)

    *Equivalent course may be taken at NDSCS as part of gen eds.