The construction industry is the single largest industry in America, accounting for 14 percent of our nation's Gross National Product (GNP). Students interested in becoming a construction manager need a solid background in building science, business, and management. They need to understand contracts, plans and specifications, and to be knowledgeable about construction methods, materials, and laws and regulations. Familiarity with computers and software programs for job costing, scheduling, and estimating is also important.

CSU Northridge
ACCT 101 or (105 and 106)
BUS AD 120
CS/IS 101 or 115 or 260
ECON 101
MATH 103, 104
PHYS 105, 106
Science Elective with Lab.
Choose one course from:
CHEM 114
BIOL 102
GEOL 101 and 111
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CSU Long Beach
Impacted major
Construction Engineering  Management
MATH 103
PHYS 105, 106
ACCT 101 and 102
BUSAD 120

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Construction Management
BUSAD 120
ACCT 102
ECON 101, 102
GEOL 101
MATH 103, 104, 136
PHYS 101
PHYS 101 and 103 or CHEM 101

CSU Chico
Construction Management
ACCT 101, 102
CHEM 101 and 102
MATH 103
PHYS 105, 106
ECON 101, 102

Concrete Industry Management
CHEM 101 and 102
ECON 101, 102
MATH 102, 136
PHYS 105
ACCT 101, 102


NOTE: AGREEMENTS CONCERNING TRANSFER ARE CONSTANTLY BEING UPDATED, THEREFORE, THE STUDENT IS CAUTIONED TO CHECK WITH A COUNSELOR OR THE TRANSFER CENTER FOR CURRENT TRANSFER INFORMATION.

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