Construction Management/EMU Construction Management BS (AACMG01S1)

Associate in Arts
Transfer/3+1 Program

The program prepares students to transfer into a bachelor's of construction management degree at Eastern Michigan University. Students who transfer will continue developing the skills needed to work for construction contractors, engineering/architectural firms, public agencies, or trade associations in positions such as office engineer, field engineer, safety engineer, project engineer, foreman, estimator, scheduler, expeditor, quality control engineer, inspector, material representative or independent contractor. Requirements vary by college, so students should obtain the current curriculum for the college to which they are transferring.

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2018-19 | 2019-20 | 2020-21

2020-2021 Academic Requirements

 

The Technology Management degree program at Eastern Michigan University is designed for transfer students with an associate degree. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides the necessary foundation to meet the changing needs of management and leadership in a variety of fields. Students should check with an advisor for information on transferring.

 Eastern Michigan University, Construction Management BS

Articulation Agreement Guide

For the entire list of articulation agreements, see:
Articulation Agreements
 
Division
Adv Tech/Public Serv Careers
Department
Heating, Ventilation, A/C Dept
Advisors
Cristy Lindemann
Jerrell McCowin
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Requirements
Class   Title Minimum Credits
    Complete a maximum of seventy-five credits at Washtenaw Community College as outlined on the Articulation Agreement. See the articulation for suggested occupational areas. 75
    Complete a minimum of forty-nine credits at Eastern Michigan University as outlined on the Articulation Agreement. 0
Total 75
Total Credits Required
75