Concrete Industry Management

Courses & Advising

The Concrete Industry Management program is founded on a strong lower-division base of general education, math, science, and business courses. The upper-division courses allow students to develop the necessary technical knowledge in concrete materials and processes.

At the same time, courses in logistics and information systems, finance, marketing, law, safety, quality, and project management prepare students to become effective leaders in the concrete industry. Students who complete the CIM program curriculum will also have fulfilled all the course requirements for a Minor in Business Administration.

Flowcharts, Courses, and MAPs

2022 - 2023 CIM Flowchart (PDF)
The flowchart is another resource created by CIM advisors to help students sequence their classes. This chart can also be used to help students stay on track towards graduating.

2022 - 2023 CIM 2+2 Flowchart (PDF)
The 2+2 flowchart is a resource created by CIM advisors which helps transfer students from approved community colleges graduate within two years.

Course Offerings
Current course offerings within the Concrete Industry Management program at Chico State.

2018 - 2019 CIM Major Academic Plan (spreadsheet)(opens in new window)
Each program at Chico State has had a Major Academic Plan created to guide you toward completing all the requirements for your degree.

CIM Flowcharts From Previous Years 

Advising Requirement

Advising is mandatory for all majors during the Spring semester in this degree program. Students must go through advising in order to be eligible to register for Fall classes. Consult your CIM major advisor for specific information. Your advisor, either Feraidon Ataie or Mohammed Albahttiti, is assigned to you and can be found in your student portal.

View the GE Planning Sheet. (PDF)

Steps to follow before you come to your advising meeting:

  1. Print out mandatory advising form; CIM flow chart, and GE planning sheet.
  2. On the flow chart, cross out all classes that you have taken or are taking this semester.
  3. Select which courses you want to take from GE areas.
  4. Fill out the mandatory advising sheet. List courses for each semester until your intended graduation date. Bring the mandatory advising sheet and the flow chart to the meeting.
  5. Make sure you know how many writing intensive courses you need to take. You can find this under your degree progress report (DPR) in your student portal. Select courses with writing intensive status from lower or upper divisions.
  6. Also, under GE Additional Requirements, you will find out whether you have satisfied USD and GC require or not. If not, you have to choose GE classes that have USD and GC status.

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