This program gives apprentice and journey-level members of the articulated union building trade apprenticeship programs the opportunity to apply their training and experience toward an associate of applied science degree in construction supervision. In addition to the courses in construction supervision, students will complete general education courses and receive nontraditional credit for their work experience and apprenticeship.
This associate in applied science degree requires fewer general education classes than the associate in science degree.
All of the classes—both the construction supervision classes and the general education classes—are entirely online. They provide the ultimate in convenience, since you never have to set foot on campus.
This is a high demand, high skill and high wage program as defined by the Michigan Community College Network.
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2019-2020 Academic Requirements
This program gives apprentice and journey-level members of the articulated union building
trade apprenticeship programs the opportunity to apply their apprenticeship training
and trade-related experience toward an associate's degree in Construction Supervision.
In addition to the courses in Construction Supervision, students will complete general
education courses and receive prior learning credit for their work experience and
Students must complete an apprenticeship program concentration in plumbing, pipefitting, HVAC, sprinkler fitting, ironworking, bricklaying, tile setting or other approved union building trade. Upon completion of this, students should apply for non-traditional credit evaluation of their apprenticeship experiences to meet the apprentice program concentration requirement (19-26 credits).
Architectural and Ornamental Ironworker (AOIW)
Brick and Block Laying Apprenticeship (BBLA)
HVAC Specialty (HVTC)
Journeyman Ironworker (JMIW)
Metal Building Erector (MTBE)
Pipefitter Specialty (PIPE)
Plumber Specialty (PLUM)
Reinforcing Ironworker (REIW)
Rigger/Machinery Mover (RGMM)
Sprinkler Fitter Specialty (SPRF)
Tile Mechanics (TILM)
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: Articulation Agreements.
The program is only open to active members of articulated union building trade apprenticeship programs.
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- United Association Dept
- Brittany Tripp
|Elective to reach 60 credit minimum||3|
|Union Approved Apprenticeship||9|
|UAS 230||Construction Supervision V: Scheduling and Project Management||3|
- Total Credits Required
* UA students may use APP 113 Math for Pipe Trades (3 credits)
**UA students may use UAT 210 Public Speaking (1.5 credits) and UAT 213 Planning and Presenting Lessons (1.5 credits)
*** UA students may use SCI 102 Applied Science (3 credits)