A number of minors are offered within the College of Architecture and Environmental Design for students seeking to compliment or bolster their undergraduate major. Information on the minors is found below or at the department web sites that administer the minor. The following provides a list of the minors and links to their web pages.
- Architectural Engineering Minor
- City & Regional Planning Minor
- Construction Management Minor (Below)
- Real Property Development Minor (Below)
- Sustainable Environments Minor
Download CM Minor Application (pdf)
The Construction Management Minor provides students with an introduction to the body of knowledge expected of persons pursuing careers in the construction industry. This minor will give a student a competitive edge when applying for certain jobs by providing concepts, tools and skills for a career in one of the professions involved in the built environment.
The Construction Management Minor is recommended for majors in Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering. Enrollment in the minor is limited and selection will be made based upon the applicant’s performance in his or her major courses. Applications are available in the Construction Management office (186-A100) and should be submitted and approved by the Department before pursuing any CM minor courses.
|CM 115 or CM 371||4-6|
|** Requires prerequisites see below|
Total Units Required: 24-26
**CM Minor Prerequisites
CM 310- Required: CM 113 or equivalent
CM 334- Required: CM 115 or CM 371; Recommended: BUS 207
CM 335- Required: CM 115 or CM 371 & BUS 212 or BUS 214
For questions contact Jenay Reynolds-Sibbach, CM Minor Coordinator
Download RPD Minor Application (doc)
This minor is designed for students who are interested in the built environment and want to deepen their knowledge of how projects get initiated, how they move through the development process, and then how they are managed after construction. The program is designed to prepare students for entry level employment with professionals engaged in real property development. Courses include aspects of practitioners’ real world experiences and knowledge of state-of-the-art practices, techniques and challenges. Students learn about the economic, design, environmental, and regulatory factors that influence housing, office, industrial and commercial projects. They gain a clearer understanding of how these factors impact green development, urban sprawl, place-making and transit oriented development.
|CM 232 (or CRP 315) *||3/4|
* if a 3 unit course is taken instead of a 4 unit course, additional support units are required to reach 24 units
** You can substitute CRP 412 or CRP 442 in place of CRP 446. See advisor for details.
|CM 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 425, 426
(you may take as many of these as you like)
Total Units Required: 24
If you have any questions contact: Scott Kelting