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Construction and Facilities Management: Construction Management

Construction and Facilities Management: Construction Management
BS
Hours83 - 85 Credit Hours
MAPMajor Academic Plan

Program Requirements

Students receiving C- or lower grades in required courses will be placed on department probationary status.
requirement 3 Complete 2.5 hours from the following course(s)
Complete five enrollments of the following (cannot be taken the same semester as CFM 491):
requirement 4 Complete 1 course
Complete the following during the next-to-last semester before graduation.
requirement 6 Complete 1 option
Complete one course from one of the following options:
Students in the Construction and Facilities Management program must attend BYU during a spring or summer term, taking two required CFM courses.
Students must complete 300 hours of pre-approved construction/facilities-related work after declaring the major and must submit a report during the CFM 491 class.
requirement 7
Complete department packet and exit interview.
Program Outcomes: 

Communication

Effectively communicate orally, graphically and in writing.

Ethical and Moral Leadership

Promote moral and ethical leadership in the global marketplace.

Design and Pre-Contruction

Influence project design and to manage pre-construction activities.

Project Management

Control project schedule, cost, quality, and risk.

Financial & Property Mangement

Analyze the risk and feasibility of real estate projects throughout their life-cycles.

Technical and Professional Competency

Manage technical areas such as mechanical, electrical, and structural systems.

Safety, Security, Sustainability, Regulatory Compliance

Create programs and processes for safety, security, sustainability and regulatory compliance.

Technology and Innovation

Utilize cutting-edge technologies to find innovative solutions.

Analytical Thinking and Problem Solving

Think analytically and to solve problems.

Experiential Learning

Gain learning through applied industry experience, service and life-long learning.