Student Involvement

The MTSU Bachelor's of Science degree in Construction Management Technology with electrical concentration program was developed with working adults at mind! This curriculum offers convenient online classes, "on-the-job/apprenticeship" earned credits, and trade-based courses! The curriculum has been interesting, challenging, and extremely rewarding!

The MTSU curriculum applies the "bricks and mortar" to the foundation already built through the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) apprenticeship program. The program was a perfect fit for me since it allowed me to expand my skills and knowledge and apply my experiences; while keeping the working adult in mind.

Brian Fritcher
IBEW/NJATC
Class of 2008

 

The "Bachelor's of Science Degree in Construction Management Technology with Electrical Construction Management Concentration," at Middle Tennessee State University is the best thing that has ever happened to me! As soon as I heard about the program, I quickly jumped on this great opportunity! The key to success is
education, and this degree at MTSU has provided me the proper training and knowledge that is required for an upper management position in the construction industry. It has already given me a lot of different career paths to choose from. Thank you MTSU!

I had to turn down several big job opportunities while working toward this degree. One of those job offerings in upper management was through the United States Government at the S.N.S. project in Oak Ridge,
Tennessee. The S.N.S. job ( www.sns.gov) is the largest government construction project going on in the entire world, and it will take years to complete it.

Patricia E. Fox
IBEW/NJATC
Class of 2008

 

MTSU's B.S. in Construction Management Technology Degree with a concentration in Electrical Construction has allowed me to build on my training and over 10 years as an I.B.E.W. electrician and provided me with the opportunity to further develop my skills as an effective manager. I already see the advantages to adding this degree to my skill set.

John J. Smith Jr.
IBEW/NJATC
Class of 2008