Have you gone through a state or federally-approved apprenticeship program? if so,
MCC can help fulfill the credit hours necessary to obtain an Associate in Applied
Science in Industrial Technology.
This combination of broad-based skills and a degree are an indispensable career asset.
It enhances your resume, brings more industry prestige and gives you an edge for a
promotion. If desired, prior learning credits can transfer and be used to earn a Bachelor's
degree in Technology Management at University of Central Missouri, DeVry University
or Missouri Western State University.
How to apply
Initial steps for MCC apprentice applicants
- Apply to MCC. Once completed, a student number and instructions to set up an MCC student account
will be received. If you have questions or need assistance, contact the Information
Center at 816.604.1000.
- Send your transcripts from another school to MCC (if applicable)
Do you need to take the ACCUPLACER placement test?
Take a short survey to find out! If you need to take the ACCUPLACER, arrangements can be made through
the MCC testing centers or schedule an appointment by calling 816.604.1000.
Credit by apprenticeship
An Apprenticeship may be worth 30 to 42 credit hours, if it is one of the fields listed
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