Construction & Design Technologies
Articulation Agreement: Construction Management with Hudson Valley Community College
- Enrolled in the Construction Management major at Hudson Valley Community College with an overall GPA of 2.0 or higher.
- Complete the General Education courses (list below) with grades of ‘C’ or higher.
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.