Oct 23, 2020
About the Program
What you can’t see behind a building’s walls is what makes it hum. From power to pipes, and from ventilation to lighting, if these systems don’t work, the building doesn’t either. When you major in electrical and mechanical construction management at Purdue, you will be part of a program where you can start a construction career focused on healthcare, power, refineries or pharmaceuticals. If you need to bring liquids, gases or electricity into or out of a building, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of electrical and mechanical construction management.
Mechanical and Electrical Construction Management Website
Degree Requirements and Supplemental Information
The full Program Requirements for 2016-17 Mechanical and Electrical Construction Management include all Supplemental Information and selective lists of those categories which a student must fulfill in order to earn their degree. These are intended to be printer-friendly, but include less descriptive course detail.
Please see below for program requirements and the necessary degree fulfillments.
“C‐” or better required in all major courses and all courses that are a prerequisite to a BCM course
Building Construction Management Major Courses (65 credits)
Other Departmental/Program Course Requirements (55 credits)
University Core Requirements
Spring 4th Year
- BCM 48701 - Construction Capstone ♦
- Global Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Business Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Advanced English Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
- Communication Selective - Credit Hours: 3.00
*Satisfies a University Core Requirement
Students must earn a “C‐” or better in all BCM courses and all prerequisites for BCM courses.
Any course taken at Purdue can be attempted no more than three times (inclusive of W, WF, WN, and IF)
120 semester credits required for Bachelor of Science degree.
2.0 Graduation GPA required for Bachelor of Science degree.
The student is ultimately responsible for knowing and completing all degree requirements.
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The ♦ course is considered critical. A Critical Course is one that a student must be able to pass to persist and succeed in a particular major.