Course Requirements for the Major

Course Requirements for the Major: 98 units

The following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, are required of all candidates for this degree.

Courses below marked with an * partially fulfill the General Education Requirement.

Please see the section on "Course Description Symbols and Terms" in the University Catalog for an explanation of course description terminology and abbreviations, the course numbering system, and course credit units.


LOWER-DIVISION CORE: 33 UNITS

10 courses required:

Units Term

Prerequisites

CHEM 107 Gen Chem for Applied Sciences 4.0 FS * Intermediate Algebra
CIMT 101 Introduction to Concrete 2.0 FA  
CIMT 231 Fund. of Concrete: Prop & Test 4.0 FA CIMT 101, CHEM 107, MATH 105, PHYS 202A
CIMT 241 Concrete Construction Methods 3.0 SP CIVL 101, CIMT 231
CIVL 110 Graphics for Civil Engineers 2.0 FS  
ECON 102 Principles of Macro Analysis 3.0 FS *  
GEOS 102 Physical Geology 3.0 FS * High school chemistry or physics is recommended.
MATH 105 Statistics 3.0 FS * Completion of ELM requirement
MATH 118 Trigonometry 3.0 FS * Completion of ELM requirement
PHYS 202A General Physics 4.0 FS * High school physics or faculty permission. High school trigonometry and second-year high school algebra or equivalent (MATH 051 and MATH 118 at CSU, Chico)


UPPER-DIVISION CORE: 35 UNITS

11 courses required: Units Term Prerequisites
CIMT 363 Sustainability & the Built Environ 3.0 SP
CIMT 371 Appl of Concrete in Construction 4.0 FA CIMT 241, GEOS 102.
CIMT 389 Concrete Industry Internship 3.0 FS MFGT 352 and approval of faculty internship coordinator prior to off-campus assignment
CIMT 444 Laboratory Assistant 2.0 FS Senior standing, faculty approval
CIMT 446 Senior Concrete Laboratory 2.0 SP CIMT 371
CIMT 453 Concrete Facilities Management 4.0 FA SCMS 306
CIMT 466 Concrete Capstone Project 4.0 SP CIMT 371, CIMT 453
MFGT 352 Industrial Safety Management 4.0 SP WP ENGL 130 (or its equivalent) with a grade of C- or higher, junior standing
MGMT 444 Managing Project Teams 3.0 FS MGMT 303
SCMS 306 Operations Management 3.0 FS Business Administration or Business Information Systems status required for business majors. Completion of General Education Breadth Area A4 requirements required for all majors
SCMS 441 Quality Management 3.0 FS SCMS 306 or faculty permission


MAJOR ELECTIVE COURSES: 6 UNITS

1 course selected from: Units Term Prerequisites
BLAW 414 Labor Law/Collective Bargain 3.0 FS At least junior standing or faculty permission
INTB 396 International Business 3.0 FS ECON 102, ECON 103
MGMT 440 Managerial Strategy 3.0 FA FINA 307, MKTG 305
MGMT 445 International Management 3.0 FA MGMT 303
SCMS 440 Purchasing & Supply Chain Mgmt 3.0 FS SCMS 306
SCMS 443 Prod Mgmt & Control Systems 3.0 FS SCMS 306
SCMS 471 Distrib Systems & Channel Mgmt 3.0 FS MKTG 305
1 course selected from:
CIMT 348 Concrete Repair and Preservation 3.0 Inq  
CIMT 364 Concrete Fixtures and Surfaces 3.0 Inq  
CIMT 366 Seismic Considerations in Concrete 3.0 Inq  
CMGT 330 Principles Soil Mech/Found 3.0 FA PHYS 202A. We recommend CMGT 135 as appropriate background.


FORMAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION MINOR REQUIREMENTS: 24 UNITS

Concrete Industry Management majors are required to complete a formal Minor in Business Administration.  The College of Business requires the following courses, or their approved transfer equivalents, of all candidates for this minor.

8 courses required: Units Term Prerequisites
ACCT 201 Intro to Financial Accounting 3.0 FS  
ACCT 202 Intro to Managerial Accounting 3.0 FS ACCT 201
BLAW 302 Managing the Legal Environment 3.0 FS At least junior standing
ECON 103 Principles of Micro Analysis 3.0 FS *  
FINA 307 Survey of Finance 3.0 FS ACCT 201, ECON 103
MGMT 303 Managing People/Bus Proc/Chg 3.0 FS  
MKTG 305 Survey of Marketing 3.0 FS  
MINS 301 Corporate Tech Integration 3.0 FS