Construction Project Management Minor (ENGR)
A. James Clark School of Engineering
1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall
School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
A minor in Construction Project Management will prepare students for employment in one of the many careers related to the built environment, such as project management, architectural engineering, design and commercial construction. Students will learn how to manage multiple phases of operation and management in the construction process including building information modeling, cost estimating, project scheduling, construction financing and planning. The Construction Project Management minor is ideal for students in Architecture, Engineering and similar fields. This minor is designed to give students a competitive advantage when applying for a job in the construction industry.
This Minor is only available to undergraduate students in the A. J. Clark School of Engineering and the School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation who have earned at least 60 credit hours (Junior standing) and have a Maryland GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Interested students must complete an application to the Minor and get approval from his/her Major advisor and the CPM Minor advisor for his/her school. Students can get an application from his/her Major advisor or go to: http://pm.umd.edu/program/cpm-minor/ for an online copy.
For more information about this minor, please contact the advisor associated with your College/School:
The Minor in Construction Project Management consists of 15 credit hours. Students must complete 5 of the following courses with a grade of "C-" or better and have a minimum 2.0 GPA for the minor. Students must also complete an internship in the construction industry.
|ENCE325||Introduction to Construction Project Management 1||3|
|ENCE423||Project Planning, Estimating & Scheduling 1||3|
|ENCE424||Communication for Project Managers 2||3|
|ENCE426||Construction Documentation and BIM Applications in Engineering and Construction 1||3|
|or ARCH472||Building Information Modeling Communication and Collaboration|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Selection and Utilization of Construction Equipment 3|
|Legal Aspects of Architectural and Engineering Practice 4|
|Project Cost Accounting and Economics 2|
|Measuring Sustainability in Architecture 3|
|Methods & Materials of Building Construction 3|
|Integrated Project Delivery 3|
Course offered in Fall and Spring
Course offered in Fall, Spring and online in the Summer
Course offered in the Fall
Course offered in the Spring