This Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is designed for electrical apprenticeship skilled trades students, providing supervisory, management and leadership skills. Students already in programs such as NCCER, IEC, and JATC can take this AAS concurrently with their respective apprenticeship program. This degree will fulfill the needs of the electrical construction industry by providing an associate degree pathway to electrical construction management while simultaneously completing an approved apprenticeship program. Provides the necessary training for journeyman electricians to gain necessary knowledge for job site leadership positions such as electrical foreman, maintenance technician supervisor, manufacturing industry electrician, and to start/run their own contracting business.
Careers might include electrical construction project manager, electrical superintendent, lead electrician, maintenance supervisor, estimating manager, or small business owner.
Journeyman electrician card preferred but not required.
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|CAT 2431 (OSHA Construction Standards) OR CAT 1431 (OSHA Construction Standards 10 Hour)||1 - 2|
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