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Construction Management Technology:   Offered by the Department of Engineering Technology
 
UNDERGRADUATE COURSES:

CMT 332 - Structural Systems for Construction Management (3-0-3)
Study of the types and behavior of building structural systems using qualitative analysis techniques. Systems to be covered will include those involving structural steel, reinforced concrete, wood and timber, and plain and reinforced masonry. The effect of wind and seismic events on these systems is reviewed.

CMT 414 - Environmental Science for Construction Management (3-0-3)
An introduction to construction-related environmental topics, including environmental chemistry, geology, ground water hydrology, outdoor air quality, surface water run-off, erosion and sedimentation control, indoor air quality, asbestos abatement, radon remediation, and noise and vibration.

CMT 436 - Temporary Structures for Construction Management (3-0-3)
Prerequisite: CMT 332. Study of the types of the various temporary systems and structures used in field construction activities, including concrete forming and falsework, sheeting and shoring for excavations, scaffolding, barricades, ladders, and temporary bridges and ramps. Construction safety with respect to the systems is covered.

CMT 452 - Mechanical and Electrical Systems for Construction (3-0-3)
Study of the different types of water supply, plumbing, fire protection, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and electrical systems commonly employed in residential and commercial buildings. Case studies include an overview of the design of these systems and their installation in the field.