What is Construction Management
Construction Management is a concentration in the Engineering Technology Management (ETM) undergraduate program at UTC. The purpose of the concentration is to provide a comprehensive and quality learning environment with scholarly and service activities to prepare students as professionals in construction that have the responsibility of planning, scheduling, and building projects. It is intended as advanced preparation for the engineering technologist to serve a leadership role in a construction related field.
Construction Management Curriculum
Students in the ETM:Construction Management concentration will have concentration specific courses in the following:
- Construction Cost Accounting
- Construction Cost Estimating
- Construction Documents Technology
- Construction Management Design
- Construction Management Internship
- Construction Safety and Risk Management
- Construction Scheduling
- Green Building Rating Systems
- Associated General Contractors (AGC) of East Tennessee Scholarship
(up to $3,000/year for Construction Management students)
- Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) Scholarship
- UTC Transfer Student Scholarships
Online Lecture Archives
All Engineering Technology Management courses offered through the Engineering Management and Technology department are recorded and archived to UTC Online, allowing students to review lectures from the convenience of their computer. The courses are delivered using a combination of Blackboard and the Mediasite System, which allows the instructor to broadcast the class both on a real-time basis and archive each lecture for later use.
College of Engineering and Computer Science Building
Housing the ETM: Construction Management program is the Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science building. Built in 2003 at a cost of 28 million dollars, the 200,000 square foot building features state-of-the-art classrooms, auditoriums, computational laboratory facilities, advanced teaching resources, and research facilities.