Industrial Technology Associate's in Applied Science Degree
A degree may be a lot closer than you think. You can earn a degree is as little as two semesters, if you have already completed a federally approved apprenticeship! Your apprenticeship may be worth 30-42 credit hours if it is in one of the fields below.
- Bricklayer -(pdf)
- Construction Carpentry -(pdf)
- Construction Cement Masons -(pdf)
- Construction Driver & Logistics - (pdf)
- Construction Ironworking -(pdf)
- Construction Laborer -(pdf)
- Floor Layer - (pdf)
- Glaziers -(pdf)
- Industrial Maintenance Electrician -(pdf)
- Industrial Pipefitter/Sprinkler Fitter -(pdf)
- Industrial Warehouse Worker - (pdf)
- Industrial Welder-(pdf)
- Inside Wiring - 3 year program -(pdf)
- Inside Wiring - 5 year program -(pdf)
- Lineman Technician/Cable Splicer -(pdf)
- Painter -(pdf)
- Plumbing -(pdf)
- Sheet Metal -(pdf)
The combination of broad-based skills and a degree are an indispensable career asset. A degree gives you a better resume, more prestige and an edge for promotion. You can also take your associate's degree credits, transfer and earn a bachelor's degree in technology management at University of Central Missouri, DeVry University or Missouri Western State University.
If you have not completed a federally approved apprenticeship, check out these other MCC programs.