Courses

Spring 2020

CM 6600 Risk and Quality management 

Class schedule: (8:00 pm to 10:20 pm) every "Wednesday," ending May 6, 2020

The course is in the middle of the curriculum, and students are in the 2nd year of masters degree. Catalog: This course focuses on risk identification, risk assessment, risk management, risk mitigation, acceptance, and transfer. Quality assurance and Quality control are introduced. The risk of quality is examined.

CM 3400 Risk and Quality management 

Class schedule: (5:00 pm to 6:00 pm) every "Tuesday & Thursday," ending May 6, 2020

The course is in the middle of the curriculum, and students are 3rd or 4th year. Catalog: This course focuses on Exposure analysis, risk management, risk transfer, and the costs associated with each. The costs of safety and the lack of it is examined. Workers' compensation insurance cost is integrated into the issues of safety along with the development of a comprehensive risk management plan.

CM 3910 Sustainable Residential Practices

Class schedule: (6:30 pm to 7:30 pm) every "Tuesday & Thursday," ending May 6, 2020

The students are taking the course in the middle or end of the curriculum. Catalog: This course emphasizes the techniques and methods of sustainable construction for the residential building industry. Also, students will explore sustainable residential construction rating systems and factors. 

 

Fall 2019

CM 3110 Residential and Light Construction Methods

Class schedule: (6:30 pm to 8 pm) every "Tuesday & Thursday," ending Dec. 5, 2019

The course is essential to the program, and students are in the 2nd years. Catalog: A study of the materials, techniques, and methods used in residential and commercial construction. Material properties, wood products, and framing, site work & equipment, foundations, structural systems, building envelopes, and scheduling basics.

CM 3400 Risk and Quality management

Class schedule: (2:00 pm to 3:00 pm) every "Tuesday & Thursday," ending Dec. 5, 2019

The course is in the middle of the curriculum, and students are 3rd or 4th year. Catalog: This course focuses on Exposure analysis, risk management, risk transfer, and the costs associated with each. The costs of safety and the lack of it is examined. Workers' compensation insurance cost is integrated into the issues of safety along with the development of a comprehensive risk management plan.

CM 4512 Trends in residential construction

Class schedule: (5:00 pm to 6:00 pm) every "Tuesday & Thursday," ending Dec. 5, 2019

The students are taking the course in the middle or end of the curriculum. Catalog: This course emphasizes emerging trends in the residential building industry. Students will explore labor issues, residential construction concerns, and innovative strategies that are present in today residential homebuilding.  

 

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