Academics

Earn credit for your corporate, industrial or military service when you major in Technical Studies at Cumberland.

This program is designed for students who have successfully completed apprenticeship and other formal corporate, industrial or military programs. Three to 25 technical credits may be awarded toward degree completion for education received in apprenticeship and other formal training programs.

Year 1
Fall Semester
BU 115  Introduction to Business (3 cr)
CS 101  Introduction to Microcomputers (3 cr)
EN 101  English Composition I (3 cr)
Program Electives * (6 cr)

Spring Semester
BU 212  Human Resource Management (3 cr)
EN 102  English Composition II (3 cr) or
EN 103  Technical Writing (3 cr) or
SP 203  Effective Speech (3 cr)
General Education Diversity Elective (3 cr)
Program Electives * (6 cr)

Year 2
Fall Semester

CM 214  Project Management (3 cr)
EN 204  Business Communications (3 cr)
General Education Humanities (3 cr)
Program Electives * (6 cr)

Spring Semester
CM 216  Construction Contracts and Labor Law (3 cr)
General Education Mathematics Elective (3 cr) * or
General Education Science Elective  (3 cr)
General Education Social Science Elective (3 cr)
Program Electives * (6 cr)

Total Credits  60

Up to 25 technical studies credits may be awarded for formal corporate, industrial or military training programs. Training program information
will be reviewed for application of credit.  Alternatively, completion of the program electives can be selected from the following tracks:

* Program Electives (All courses should be selected with the assistance of a faculty advisor)
Business:
  Complete additional credits in courses using the prefix AC, BU, or ED

Computer Aided Drafting and Design:
  Complete additional credits in courses with the prefix EG, IT or MA

Engineering Technology:
  Complete additional credits in courses with the prefix EG, IT, PI or MA

Construction Supervision:
  Complete additional credits in courses with the prefix CM, IT or BU

*A four credit general education elective in that subject can be taken and applied.