Curriculum
Typical Plans of Study

The following plans of study are offered as suggestions; the courses with asterisks (*) next to them are required for each particular specialization area, but the remaining courses may be chosen within limits to complement the background and career objectives of each individual student.

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A/E/C Business Management

To earn a degree in A/E/C Business Management, you must complete 7.5 required courses. The first are 3.5 required courses indicated by an asterisk (*): Financial and Managerial Accounting, Construction Management, Communication, and Managerial Finance. The second are 4 "required-elective" courses (or a combination of half-courses and full courses totaling 4 courses [two half-courses equal one course]) that you choose from a list of 18 required-elective courses.

(The required-elective selections below are just recommendations. You may choose any 4 courses (or combination of half-courses and full courses) from the list in any quarter you wish.)


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Construction Management

To earn a degree in Construction Management, you must complete the 7.5 required courses indicated by an asterisk (*): Financial and Managerial Accounting, Construction Management, Communication, Managerial Finance, Project Scheduling, Construction Contracts and Dispute Resolution, Building Construction Estimating, Construction Business Strategy, and Computer-Integrated Project Delivery.

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Real Estate Development

To earn a degree in Real Estate Development, you must complete the 7.5 required courses indicated by an asterisk (*): Financial and Managerial Accounting, Commercial Land Use and the Regulatory Environment, Project Funding and Global Capital Markets, Communication, Managerial Finance, Transaction Management and Risk Mitigation, Project Feasibility and Valuation, and Asset Management and Strategic Planning.

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Sustainability

To earn a degree in Sustainability, you must complete the 8 required courses indicated by an asterisk (*): Financial and Managerial Accounting, Sustainability Strategies in Organizations, Communication, Managerial Finance, Systems Thinking in Sustainable Design, Sustainability Policy and Regulatory Context, Sustainability in Construction, Metrics of Sustainability, and Economics of Sustainability.

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Transportation Management

To earn a degree in Transportation Management, you must complete the 7.5 required courses indicated by an asterisk (*): Financial and Managerial Accounting, Transportation Context Sensitive Solutions, Communication, Managerial Finance, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Transportation Economics and Finance, and Management of Operations in Transportation.

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