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Careers and  Majors  Report  for  Client  B        

Career Areas: The following  is  a  list  of  broad  career  fields  to  explore  with  references  to  specific  occupations  for   consideration.    Each  occupation  title  is  a  link  to  more  information  about  the  occupation.      Career   fields  are  ordered  from  most  to  least  recommended.     Career  Field:  Engineering  and  Construction     Occupation:  Construction/Project  Manager     Major:    Construction  Engineering   Building  Science  at  (Auburn)  is  also  an  option  see  curriculum  below     Occupation:    Civil  Engineer   Major:    Civil  Engineering   Career  Field:  Business        

Occupation: owning  an  engineering,  construction  or  landscape  architecture  firm   As  a  Minor:    General  Business    

Career Field:    Nature  Sciences                              

Career Field:    Forestry  and  Wildlife  Management   Occupation:  Forester   Major:    Forestry  or  Forestry  Engineering  (Auburn)  

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Careers and  Majors  Report  for  Client  B       MCWHORTER SCHOOL OF BUILDING SCIENCE

Building Science Curriculum Model PRE-BUILDING SCIENCE PROGRAM

SOPHOMORE

FRESHMAN

fall

spring

16 hrs.

16 hrs.

BSCI 1100 History & Intro. to Construction

3

BSCI 1200 Working Drawings and Specs.

3

MATH 1150 Pre-Calculus Algebra & Trig OR-MATH 1610 Calculus I

4

ENGL 1120 English Composition II

3

ENGL 1100 English Composition I

3

HIST 1010 or 1017

3

PHIL 1040

3

fall

15 hrs.

HIST 1020 or 1027

3

Fine Arts Core

3

PHYS 1500 General Physics I

4

spring

Shaded tan boxes indicate courses that will be included in the GPA calculation for admision to the Professional Program.

16 hrs.

BSCI 2400 Structures I (statics & strengths)

3

BSCI 2350 Materials Methods/ Equip II

3

BSCI 2300 Materials Methods/Equip I

3

Free Elective

3

PHYS 1510 General Physics II

4

Core Literature I

3

ECON 2030 Prin. of Macroeconomics

3

ACCT 2810 Fund. Of Accounting

3

COMM 1000 Public Speaking

3

ECON 2020 Prin. Of Microeconomics

3

PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM summer break

BSCI 3300, Field Surveying is required for all students accepted to the Professional Program (Fall, Spring, and Summer). For students accepted for the Fall and Summer semesters, the course will be taken during the break between Summer and Fall semesters. For students accepted for the Spring semester, the course will be taken during the break between Spring and Summer semesters. Credit for the course will be given Summer semester after completing the course. All students MUST take the course during the designated time.

2 hrs.

between summer and fall BSCI 3300 Field Surveying

JUNIOR

semester 1

16 hrs.

semester 2

16 hrs.

BSCI 3400 Structures II (steel)

3

BSCI 3450 Structures III (concrete)

BSCI 3600 Project Controls I

4

BSCI 3650 Project Controls II

4

BSCI 3500 Construction Info Technology I

3

BSCI 3700 Safety & Hoisting

3

3

BSCI 3550 Construction Info Technology II

3

MNGT 3810 Principles of Management ENGL 3040 Technical Writing

3

**Business Elective

semester 3 SENIOR

2

15 hrs.

semester 4

Professional Fee charged

3

3

13 hrs.

BSCI 4700 Building Equipment

3

BSCI 4850 Business & Constr. Law

3

BSCI 4600 Project Controls III

4

BSCI 4400 Construction Structures

2

BSCI 4750 Soils & Earthmoving Equip

2

BSCI 4990 Thesis

4

BSCI 4800 Contracting Business

3

FINC 2400 Personal Finance

3

***Math or Science Elective

4

UNIV4AA0-AR1 Undergrad Graduation (0)

0

Bachelor of Science in Building Construction—125 hrs. 40

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Sample Career and College Report  

This sample comes from a male sophomore in college having serious doubts about his current major and career path.

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