The University of Maryland, Eastern Shore (UMES) B.S. in Construction Management Technology program at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG) is designed to develop a capable and knowledgeable workforce and to prepare interested participants for job opportunities in the field of construction. The program focus is on practical aspects of the technology, offering a flexible pathway for students' success, combining the technology transfer measures with practical industrial experience, with emphasis on the successful operation of project management, and Green Building Technology implementation.
The Hawk Line program is a Transfer Access Program (TAP) designed to benefit Montgomery College students who plan to transfer to the UMES Construction Management Technology program at The Universities at Shady Grove (USG).
The Hawk Line program for Construction Management Technology will help you prepare for all aspects of the transfer process including:
- Academic Advising
- Academic Preparation
- Career Readiness
- Campus Connections
What are the requirements to be considered for Hawk Line?
Students wishing to be considered for the Hawk Line program for Construction Management Technology should answer yes to the following questions:
- Will I still be attending MC next semester (fall or spring)?
- Have I completed (with a "C" or better) CMGT 100: Construction Methods and Materials?
If you answered yes to both questions above, complete the Hawk Line application today!
Apply by June 15 to start Hawk Line in the fall || Apply by November 15 to start Hawk Line in the spring
**Please help to ensure that you receive Hawk Line related e-mails by adding firstname.lastname@example.org to your email contact list.**
What are the requirements to successfully complete Hawk Line?
In order to successfully complete the Hawk Line program for Construction Management Technology, Hawk Line participants must meet the following requirements. All requirements listed below must be fulfilled while attending Montgomery College.
- Academic Requirements
- Earn an Associate’s Degree from MC (A.A.S. in Management of Construction suggested)
- Graduate from MC with a minimum 2.0 cumulative GPA from all previous institutions
- Earn a C- or better in the following MC courses:
- Two Arts or Humanities courses
- ECON 201 (EC201): Principles of Economics I
- ECON 202 (EC202): Principles of Economics II
- PHYS 203/203L (PH203): General Physics I (Non-Engineering)
- PHYS 204/204L (PH204): General Physics II (Non-Engineering)
- MATH 165 (MA180): Precalculus
- MATH 181 (MA181): Calculus I
- CMGT 100 (CT130): Construction Methods and Materials
- CMGT 110 (CT131): Construction Plan Reading
- CMGT 135 (CT135): Construction Field Operations
- ARCH 101 (CT170): Introduction to Architecture and the Built Environment
- ARCH 183 (CT183): CAD: Architectural Applications
- CMGT 190 (CT190): Computer Applications in Construction
- CMGT 210 (CT212): Construction Management
- CMGT 250 (CT271): Construction Surveying
- CMGT 270 (CT284): Construction Estimating
- CMGT 275 (CT286): Construction Planning and Scheduling
- CMGT 280 (CT283): Mechanical and Electrical Systems
- CMGT 285 (CT288): Practical Construction Law
- Additional Requirements
- Attend the Hawk Line Welcome Celebration at USG
- Meet with the UMES Construction Management Technology Program Director or program representative at least once per semester
- Meet with the USG Transfer Access Coordinator at least once per semester
- Attend a USG Center for Academic Success (CAS) Workshop at least once per semester
- Meet with a USG Career Coach, Peer Mentor, or attend a Career and Internship Services Center (CISC) workshop/event at least once prior to completion of Associate’s Degree
- Attend a USG student life activity at least once prior to completion of Associate’s Degree
- Submit the UMES Admissions Application* for the Construction Management Technology program at USG.
*Be sure to select Shady Grove as your campus