Ability to schedule and control residential, commercial, industrial, manufacturing, or engineering projects.
Critical Path Scheduling
Understand the critical path method of scheduling.
Create Correct Documents
Ability to create check sheets; linear or line of balance schedules; bar charts; short interval schedules; critical path networks.
Ability to identify types of float, and the use of float to manage projects.
Manpower & Cost Loading
Ability to correlate manpower and cost loading to schedule.
S Curves & Histograms
Ability to control and accurately report project progress using progress S curves and histograms.
Ability to use computers in scheduling construction projects.
Understand ethical issues relating to construction scheduling.
Assessment of the above stated learning outcomes will be performed through instructor analysis of exams, quizzes, assignments, student feedback, and course evaluations.