Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes
CMT PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
Demonstrate a practical understanding of skills in mathematics, basic physical sciences, business, surveying, and engineering sufficient to pass the associate constructor exam.
Show proficiency in using equipment and gathering experimental data for the use of analytical and problem-solving skills reasonably expected for construction practice necessary to be in responsible charge of construction or engineering operations.
Be able to apply design skills sufficient to meet employer and client expectations in the areas of construction operations.
Conduct themselves ethically and professionally and exhibit personal integrity and responsibility in construction practices.
Be proficient in written, oral, and graphic communication to deal with promotion of services, business communications, reporting to employers, interacting with peers, and addressing client matters in public forums.
Have an awareness for the arts, humanities, social sciences, and diversity and their place among society and the profession in taking leadership roles in the community and profession.
Be able to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment, and lead when necessary to accomplish a given mission or project when providing services to employers and the public.
Recognize, participate and appreciate the need for quality improvement of services, continuous improvement of professional skills, and embarking on lifelong learning.
CMT STUDENT OUTCOMES
Understand and apply mathematics to the solution of surveying problems
Understand and apply ordinary written style and communication forms to construction business practice and operations within a construction firm or division
Understand and apply basic concepts of statistics and probability to data analysis
Understand basic skills required in business practice appropriate to construction management
Understand and apply basic engineering skills appropriate for land development & construction
Possess general-purpose computer skills ordinarily employed in construction practice
Understand and employ construction management knowledge, theory, principles, techniques, rules, and practice standards ordinarily expected of constructors
Recognize, understand, and adhere to common ethical constraints and integrity and the role of the constructor in dealing with the public, client, peers, employees, and employer