Apprenticeship Studies Degree

Machining Student

Earn your apprenticeship studies degree
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Consider earning in your Associate of Technology degree in Apprenticeship Studies at the same time you complete your apprenticeship. This is a great option for people interested in moving into supervisory, inspector, instructor, or other positions.

You must complete at least 6,000 clock hours on the job and at least 432 clock hours of apprenticeship‐related instruction. Additionally, you will take a total of 20 credits in 100-level general education courses including communications/English, human relations and social sciences, mathematics and an elective course. If you have completed courses at another institution, these may be transferable by approval of the college registrar.