The Bachelor of Applied Science in Energy, Manufacturing and Trades Management (BAS-EMTM) is designed for Associate of Applied Science degree-holding students seeking to advance their professional qualifications.
Graduates of the program will have a broader understanding of the managerial roles in energy, manufacturing and trades industries and will bring that understanding to their advancing roles in their places of employment. Graduates will be prepared to assume advanced responsibilities in leadership and management.
What is EMTM?
BAS- EMTM is a bachelor in Energy, Manufacturing and Trades Management and it is a Management bachelorís degree tailored to help front line and lower level managers move into leadership and supervisory positions.
How do I apply?
Go to www.applytexas.org The application is currently open. You need to send your transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org You need to look for Lone Star under the two-year institutions list even though you are applying for the bachelor program.
Is there an application fee?
How long does the program take?
This is a two-year program with a Fall and Spring start.
What do I need to be accepted?
You need a 2.25 GPA and to have a relevant conferred AAS degree and an application
How many classes do I take per term?
Classes are offered through 8-week terms where you take two classes per 8 weeks, so 4 classes per semester. 2 of these classes will be your junior and senior level classes and two will be your core classes to be able to graduate with 120 credits.
Can I apply for financial aid toward the bachelor's degrees?
Yes, Lone Star College bachelor's degrees are approved for financial aid.
Is the program offered in online modality?
The current cohort is a hybrid class mode at LSC-University Park and LSC-North Harris.