Information regarding changing your major (CODO) into Residential Construction Management
Thank you for your interest in the Residential Construction Management major. In order to CODO into the School of Construction Management Technology, you will need to be in good academic standing (not on academic probation) at the time of the CODO. Students who do not currently meet this requirement may submit their CODO papers, and they will be held until the end of the current term. After grades are posted for that term, CODO applications will be reviewed to see if the minimum requirements have been met. CODO applicants who are not admitted, may submit new CODO papers if they wish to be re-considered for a subsequent term.
For further information about the Residential Construction Management Major, or the CODO process, or to find out how your courses would count in the Residential Construction Management major, or for any other relevant information that will assist you in making a wise decision about CODOing, please contact an Advisor:
- Danielle Gilbert, Knoy Hall 417, (765)494-2458, firstname.lastname@example.org
It is strongly recommended that you meet individually with an Advisor to have all your questions answered. The school accepts CODO applications year round. Please bring 2 copies of your CODO papers, signed by your current academic advisor when you meet with a CM advisor. You can go to the Registrar’s Website http://www.purdue.edu/registrar/Students/CODOs.html to print out your CODO papers. Be sure that you sign both copies before you submit your CODO papers.