Construction & Design Technologies
Articulation Agreement: Construction Management with Hudson Valley Community College
Students who transfer to Penn College are responsible for meeting all graduation requirements of their chosen degrees, including the established minimums that dictate the number of credits that must be completed at Penn College.
Course Transfer Equivalencies
General Education Courses
These courses are evaluated individually and must be completed with a grade of ‘C’ of better.
|Hudson Valley CC||Penn College|
|Course Number||Course Title||Credits||Course Number||Course Title||Credits|
|ENGL 101||English Composition I||3||ENL 111||English Composition I||3|
|MTH 150||College Algebra & Trig||3||MTH 180||College Algebra & Trig I||3|
|ENGL 102||English Composition II (Course Sub. Required)||3||ENL 201||Technical & Professional Communication||3|
|MATH 151||Analytical Geometry & Basic Calculus||4||MTH 182 & MTH 230||College Algebra & Trig II & Applied Calculus||3|
|PHYS 135||Technical Physics I||4||PHS 115||College Physics I||4|
|Humanities or Social Science Elective||3||Humanities or Social Science Elective||3|
|BADM 207||Organization & Management||3||MGT 115||Principles of Management||3|
NOTE: It is recommended that the incoming student complete MATH 151 at Hudson Valley, since it will satisfy both MTH 182 and MTH 230 at Penn College.
Although BADM 207 is not a requirement in Hudson Valley’s program, the course has been included in the articulation outline because its equivalent (MGT 115) is a prerequisite to other advanced courses in the latter part of the BCM major.
Construction Management Major Courses
These groups of courses will substitute as a block if satisfactorily completed with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. Courses are not evaluated individually; students completing all of the listed HVCC courses will receive credit for all of the listed PCT courses in their respective semesters.
|Substitute HVCC Courses||PCT Construction Courses|
|Course Number||Course Title||Course Number||Course Title||Number of Credits|
|CIVL 101||Surveying I||BCM 103||Construction & Program Orientation||3|
|CIVL 110||Engineering Graphics||BCM 105||Materials & Methods of Construction I||3|
|CIVL 114||Construction materials||BCM 115||Drafting & Plan Reading||3|
|CNST 103||Blueprint Reading for Technologies||BCM 125||Materials & Methods of Construction II||3|
|CIVL 222||Building Construction||BCM 220||Construction Equipment Applications||3|
|CNST 120||Architectural Drawing I||BCM 230||Construction Surveying||3|
|CNST 130||Principles & Practices of Light Construction||BCM 240||Computers in Construction||3|
|CIVL 213||Soils & Foundations||Open Elective||3|
|CIVL 224||Estimating||BCM 270||Construction Documents & Specifications||3|
|CNST 210 or CIVL 210||Steel Construction or Structures I||BCM 280||Construction Estimating||3|
|CNST 231||Building Services Systems||BCM 305||Mechanical & Electrical Systems for Buildings||3|
|CNST 110 or CIVL 112||Statics and Strengths of Materials or Statics & Strengths||BCM 309||Construction Structural Analysis & Design||3|
|CNST 202||Construction Planning & Control||BCM 340||Project Planning, Scheduling & Control||3|
|CIVL 220||Architectural Graphics||Directed Construction Management Elective||3|
|Technical Elective (ACTG 100: Financial Accounting)||Directed Construction Management/Business Management Elective||3|
|CNST 211 or CIVL 211||Concrete Construction or Structures II||Open Elective||3|
NOTE: Due to the sequential nature of the curriculum, it is strongly recommended that students transfer with the intent of enrolling in the fall, rather than the spring semester.