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2012-13 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-13 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Construction Management, Electrical Construction Management Concentration, B.S.

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Department of Engineering Technology 

The Construction Management major is a broad-based program designed to prepare students for positions in the expanding industrial technical fields of the construction industry. Corporate and private construction industries seek graduates to fill job positions in middle management. Students may select from three concentrations: Land Development/Residential Building Construction Management, Electrical Construction Management, and Commercial Construction Management. The merging of a strong technical background with the ability to lead personnel and manage systems produces a graduate who is invaluable to the construction industry.

The Electrical Construction Management concentration is a result of the collective efforts of the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NJATC), the National Electrical Contractors Association, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Pellissippi State Community College, and Middle Tennessee State University to establish this program nationwide. Typically, students transfer to MTSU to complete 30 hours of distance learning and receive advanced credit to finish their degrees. It is possible for a student who is or is not seeking a journeyman’s license to start taking courses at MTSU or online their freshman year. If a student wants to become an electrical journeyman, an interview with an NJATC educational director and MTSU’s construction advisor for Electrical Construction Management program can be arranged. Availability of space will be deciding factors as to when a student can start training. A four-year degree in this concentration will provide a strong background in technical and management skills to help graduates obtain middle management positions in the electrical construction management field.

Curriculum: Construction Management, Electrical Construction Management

Curricular listings include General Education  requirements in Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral Sciences categories.

Students should consult their advisors each semester to plan their schedules.

Subtotal: 31 Hours


Subtotal: 31 Hours

Subtotal: 28 Hours

Subtotal: 30 Hours

Total hours in program: 120

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