Construction Management

Sample Program Guide

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: A Sample Program Guide provides an unofficial guide of program requirements and should be used by prospective students who are considering attending NDSU in the future. It is NOT an official curriculum and should NOT be used by current NDSU students for official degree planning purposes. Note that the official curriculum used by current NDSU students can vary from the Sample Program Guide due to a variety of factors such as, but not limited to, start year, education goals, transfer credit, and course availability.

To ensure proper program completion, enrolled students should utilize Degree Map and Schedule Planner in Campus Connection and consult regularly with their academic advisor to ensure requirements are being met.

CM&E 1111CM&E 2123
CM&E 2003ENGL 1203
ENGL 1103MATH 1464
MATH 105 or 1073COMM 1103
CHEM 121*3ECON 105, 201, or 2023
CHEM 121L*1Social & Behavioral Sciences Gen Ed3
 14 19
CM&E 2043CM&E 2033
CM&E 2503CM&E 2403
PHYS 211*3CM&E 2603
PHYS 211L*1Humanities & Fine Arts Gen Ed3
GEOL 105 or 1063Humanities & Fine Arts/ Cultural Diversity Gen Ed3
ACCT 102 or 2003 
 16 15
CM&E 3053CM&E 3013
CM&E 3803CM&E 315 or 715***3
STAT 3303CM&E 405 or 605***3
ENGL 320 or 3213BUSN 431**3
MGMT 320**3MRKT 320 or FIN 320**3
 15 15
CM&E 403 or 603***3CM&E 4503
CM&E 4213CM&E 4533
CM&E 4313CM&E 4883
Wellness Gen Ed2Business Admin Minor 300/400 Elective**3
Business Admin Minor 300/400 Elective**3Business Admin Minor 300/400 Elective**3
 14 15
Total Credits: 123

An overall minimum CGPA of 2.50 and a minor in Business Administration with a minor GPA of 2.50 are required to graduate with a B.S. in Construction Management.

*All science courses require the companion lab with the exception of geology.

**To be eligible for enrollment into 300/400 level courses offered by the College of Business requires application for a minor in Business Administration(BA).

*** Accelerated Master’s (4+1) program will allow students to take up to 9 credits of graduate-level courses that can be used to fulfill both the undergraduate-level and graduate-level curriculum requirements. A separate application of 4+1 program applies.

Gen Ed Category description can be found on the General Education page.