Degree Requirements Include:

Students receiving funding will have additional non-curricular obligations such as: participation at roundtable discussions, biomedical research integrity training, attending conferences (funding available for travel), etc.

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Students entering the program without a Bachelor’s in Construction Management may be required to complete prerequisites prior to beginning the CMOSH curriculum.

A sample curriculum is provided below but students are welcome to take additional electives to include other areas of interest.  For a complete list of available electives and when specific courses are offered, please visit:

YEAR ONE

SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER SPRING
CM 575
Leadership in Construction (3)
CM 535
Research Methods (3)
CM/ENVH TBD
Data-Driven Construction Health and Safety (3)
CM Elective — Recommended:
CM 520
Construction Procurement Systems (3)
CM Elective — Recommended:
CM 515
Innovative Project Management Concepts (3)
ENVH 505
Fundamentals of Environmental and Occupational Toxicology (4) or
ENVH 590
Health and Safety of Physical Agents in the Workplace
BIOST 511
Medical Biometry (4)
ENVH 511
Environmental and Occupational Health (3)
ENVH 550
Occupational and Environmental Disease (3)
ENVH 580
Environmental/ Occupational Health Seminar (1)
ENVH 580
Environmental/ Occupational Health Seminar (1)
ENVH 580
Environmental/ Occupational Health Seminar (1)
 Credit Load TOTAL = 11 TOTAL = 10 TOTAL = 11

YEAR TWO

SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER  SPRING
CM 600
Independent Study/Research Paper (1)
CM 500
Design and Construction Law (3)
CM 700
Thesis (4)
CM 700
Thesis (1) 
CM 700
Thesis (4)
CM Elective –Recommended:
CM 518
Lean Construction (3)
ENVH 580
Environmental/ Occupational Health Seminar (1)
CM Elective –Recommended:
CM 540
Sustainable Construction (3)
ENVH 453
Industrial Hygiene (3)
ENVH 580
Environmental/ Occupational Health Seminar (1)
TOTAL = 2 TOTAL = 11 TOTAL = 11  

Total credits for program: 56 credits

To download a copy of the sample curriculum, click here.