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  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Construction Project Management Major, B.A.


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A multi-disciplinary major created to support a workforce initiative for the Construction Industries. A Minor is required. (Minors may not include those with the following prefixes: ACC, CIS, FIN, MKT, MGT) Students should consult with an advisor prior to selecting their minor. Recommended minors are- Architecture, Industrial Design, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Computer Science, Environmental Studies, Leadership Studies and Spanish.

Students with a completed U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Office of Apprenticeship (OA) four-year Registered Construction Trades Apprenticeship and journeyman’s credentials are awarded a block of 30 lower division semester credits that may be used in lieu of the required minor.

Apprenticeship credits are only applicable for the CPM major and may not be utilized in any other way at MSU Denver.

Elective Courses

Students are required to take elective courses to complete their major and fulfill the graduation requirement of 120 credits. The number of elective credits required varies depending on the minor selected. Students should consult with an advisor prior to selecting electives.

General Studies Courses

Six credits General Studies - Written Communication

Three credits General Studies - Oral Communication

Four Credits General Studies - Quantitative Literacy Specified Section Below:

Six Credits General Studies - Arts and Humanities

Three credits General Studies - Historical - No specified selection

Six Credits General Studies - Natural and Physical Sciences - No specified selection

Three credits General Studies - Social and Behavioral Sciences I

Three credits General Studies - Social and Behavioral Sciences II

Three credits Global Diversity

 

General Studies Subtotal: 34-37 credits

 

Core Courses


Computer Information Systems Concentration


Management Concentration


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