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College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197
734.487.0354


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For detailed information, click the following link to visit the program website at : http://www.emich.edu/cot/progsites/bmmt/

About the Program

The Business, Management, Marketing and Technology education major leads to a Michigan Department of Education Secondary Provisional Certificate and, upon meeting these requirements according to the current Michigan State Plan, a vocational endorsement will be issued. The program prepares prospective teachers in the areas of information processing and management, administrative services, accounting and computing and basic business such as economics, consumer economics, business law, business management, computer literacy and introduction to business. Successful completion of this course of studies, in the context of other program requirements, qualifies the student for recommendation for certification for the Michigan Department of Education Secondary Provisional Certificate endorsed in business education, certification code GQ, and, with appropriate work experience, vocational certification code VB or VD. With four thousand work experience hours in each area both endorsement areas can be added to the certificate.

About the Curriculum




General Education Requirements 40 Credit Hours
 
Additional Requirements 11 Credit Hours
 

BMMT123 Word Processing/Keyboarding Applications
BMMT220 Word/Information processing Administration
ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics


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Major Requirements 52-53 Credit Hours
 
Business Core 12 Credit Hours

ACC240 Principles of Financial Accounting
BMMT100 Contemporary Business
BMMT201 Microcomputers for Business Applications

Undergraduates choose one course from the following:

ACC241 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACC296 Accounting Principles
Post-Baccalaureates choose one course from the following
ACC241 Principles of Managerial Accounting
ACC500 Accounting Principles

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Management Core 12 Credit Hours

TM212 Management of Technological Change
One course from the following
LAW293 Legal Environment of Business
LAW503 Business Law
One course from the following:
BMMT250 Personal Finance
FIN350 Principles of Finance
FIN502 Principles of Finance
One course from the following:
BMMT395 Administering Workplace Systems and Technology
MGMT384 Human Resource Management
MGMT386 Organization Behavior and Therapy
MGMT388 Introduction to Entrepreneurship


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Marketing Core 13-14 Credit Hours

BMMT200 Principles of Marketing and Office Education
BMMT366 Methods of Teaching Marketing Education
One course from the following:
MKTG360 Principles of Marketing
MKTG510 Marketing Management
Choose two courses from the following but only one may be a BMMT course:
*BMMT367 Curriculum in Marketing Education
BMMT368 Management of Marketing Education Programs
BMMT461 Projects and Stimulations in Marketing Education
MKTG261 Contemporary Selling
MKTG363 Retailing
MKTG365 Consumer Behavior
MKTG368 Consumer Behavior
MKTG369 Advertising
MKTG374 Business to Business Marketing
MKTG461 Sales Management


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IT Core 15 Credit Hours

BMMT321 Digital Tools Communication
BMMT496 Records Administration Using Database
CMT421 Web Page Development
NITA210 Concepts of Network and Business Technology
STS224 Solving Quantitative Problems in Technology


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Professional Studies 41 Credit Hours
 
Pre-Admission Phase: The Learner and the Community: 18 Credit Hours

Courses that may be taken before formal admission to the teacher education program:
One-hundred clock hours of approved pre-student teaching field experiences
EDPS322 Human Development and Learning Digital Tools Communication
FETE201 Field Experience I
SPGN251 Education of Students with Exceptionalities

Courses that require formal admission to the teacher education program:




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Phase I: Curriculum, Assessment and the Social Context:: 9 Credit Hours

+BMMT363 Curriculum for Business Services and Technology
EDPS340 Introduction to Assessment and Evaluation
SOFD328 Schools in a Multicultural Society

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Phase II: Content Methods, Literacy and Technology: 12 Credit Hours

BMMT364 Methods of Teaching General Business
BMMT365 Methods of Teaching Office Education
BMMT366 Methods of Teaching Marketing Education
BMMT367 Curriculum in Marketing Education
FETE402 Field Experience III: Secondary
RDNG311 Teaching Reading in the Secondary School

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Phase III: Capstone Experience: 12 Credit Hours

EDUC492 Student Teaching

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Minor Requirements 0 Credit Hours
   
Program Total 142-143 Credit Hours

Note:
Each student must choose a writing intensive course as part of major completion requirements. Consult your adviser for course options.
*Must be taken as part of the College of Education pre-admission phase.
+This course replaces CURR305 for BMMT majors.

About the Faculty

>>  Ron Fulkert