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Minor in Leadership in the Design and Construction Professions

Texas A&M is committed to developing tomorrow’s leaders. With a minor in leadership in the design and construction professions, you’ll hone your leadership skills through personal growth, introspection, and an improved understanding of others.  

The minor in leadership offers courses from each department in the College of Architecture. Through our multidisciplinary curriculum, you’ll gain a perspective of leadership that’s essential to the construction industry and beyond.

Curriculum

CodeTitleHours
COSC 310Design and Construction Leadership Education I1
COSC 410Design and Construction Leadership Education II1
COSC 411Seminar in Design and Construction Executive Leadership1

Select 12 hours from:

CodeTitleHours
COSC 333Project Management for Facility Managers3
COSC 353Construction Project Management3
COSC 463Introduction to Construction Law3
COSC 465Advanced Topics in Construction Law3
COSC 475Construction Project Planning3
COSC 440Interdisciplinary Capstone3
COSC 441Residential Capstone3
COSC 442Commercial Capstone3
COSC 443Industrial Capstone3
COSC 446Specialty Capstone3
ARCH 305Architectural Design III5
ARCH 405Architectural Design IV5
ARCH 406Architecture Design V5
ARCH 451Strategies in Architectural Management3
ARCH 457Ethics and Professional Practice3
ENDS 101Design Process3
LAND 312Landscape Design IV5
LAND 412Landscape Design VI5
LAND 431Professional Practice3
URPN 202Building Better Cities3
URPN 401Policy Implementation3
URPN 483Studio in Urban and Regional Science1-6
URPN 493Urban and Regional Studies Capstone Course5
VIST 305Visual Studies Studio II3
VIST 405Visual Studies Studio III3

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Students wishing to declare a minor in leadership in the design and construction profession should consult with advisors in their home college and in the Department of Construction Science. Applicants must have a 2.5 or better overall GPR to be considered for the program. 

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