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Undergraduate Degree Programs

Concrete Industry Management

The BS in Concrete Industry Management degree prepares students who are grounded in basic construction management, who are knowledgeable in concrete technology and techniques and who are able to manage people and systems to promote product and devices related to the concrete industry. CIM professionals find a wide array of opportunities in the concrete industry including positions in sales, operations, technical services and construction management.The program is accredited by the National Steering Committee (NSC) of CIM.
 
MISSION STATEMENT
To be a nationally recognized student-centered, industry-oriented program that produces exceptional graduates that are knowledgeable in concrete technology and techniques, and capable of managing people and systems to promote products and services related to the concrete industry.
 

 

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Construction Science and Management

The Construction Program has been in existence since 1984, with the Mission of producing highly educated and motivated professionals for the construction industry. During this time the program has grown to over 250 majors and six (6) dedicated faculty members.  Students in this program earn a BS degree in Construction Science and Management, which includes a Business Minor, and an industrial internship served after the student’s sophomore year. The program is accredited by the American Council for Construction Education (ACCE).

MISSION STATEMENT
The Mission of the Construction Science and Management program is to achieve a nationally recognized, student-centered, industry-oriented, construction program that prepares graduates to become outstanding future leaders, well versed in relevant management practices, current construction techniques and in the conduct of applied research.

In order for the CSM Program to fullfill its mission statement, the program incorporates the following seven program outcomes:

1. Students will demonstrate technical knowledge and skills acquired through the study of the construction discipline.

2. Students will demonstrate an understanding of construction processes.

3. Students will demonstrate effective communication skills through the successful execution of both graphic communication and written papers.

4. Students will recognize the need for engagement in lifelong learning.

5. Students will demonstrate strong leadership, management and teamwork skills.

6. Students will apply modern technology to solve construction related problems.

7. Students will recognize and apply high professional practices and ethical standards.

 

Engineering Technology

The BST in Engineering Technology provides students with the technical background to work with engineers in planning production processes, developing tooling, establishing quality assurance procedures, developing safety programs, establishing work methods, and setting time standards. Students can specialize in:
 

Technology Management

The BS in Technology Management degree prepares students for professional management positions in industry, or to become public school teachers in the field of Technology Education. Industry bound graduates will be prepared for work involving materials, processes, product design and development, quality management, safety management, supply chain issues, facility planning, and similar concepts in industrial management. Graduates of the Technology Education track will be prepared to teach a variety of industry and technology related subjects in Texas public schools. This degree has three specializations:

Minor in Technology

Eighteen hours are required for a minor in Technology. At least nine hours must be advanced. The minor is to consist of a cohesive set of courses, often selected to support the student's major. Courses will be determined by conference with a department advisor or the chair of the department.

 

Driver and Traffic Safety Education Certification

Students seeking State of Texas Certification in driver's education must complete nine semester hours: TECH 4383, TECH 4385 and TECH 4393. For more information on this program contact the director of the Traffic Safety Center.