Introduction to Construction Management
|CMG 6400||4 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Designed to provide the foundation in both technical skills and individual written and verbal communication for construction project managers. Since students come to the program from a variety of educational and experience backgrounds, one purpose of this course is to assess and to bring all students to the level necessary for successful completion of the program. To achieve this goal, students are offered an opportunity to become familiar with construction documentation, including specifications and drawings. Offers students an opportunity to learn the preconstruction processes required for planning and construction operations needed for successful operations and control, including estimating, cost control, and change-order management. Students have an opportunity to practice scheduling techniques, progress monitoring, and reporting approaches for projects. Provides an introduction to construction organizations, contractor selection, and project procurement.|
Course SectionsThere are no current sections scheduled for this course.