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Have you gone through a state or federally approved apprenticeship program? If you have, MCC-Business & Technology can help you fulfill the credit hours necessary to obtain an Associate in Applied Science in Industrial Technology. The combination of broad-based skills and a degree are an indispensable career asset. A degree enhances your resume, brings more prestige and gives you an edge for a promotion. You also can 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.
How to Apply
- Fill out an application to MCC
- Submit all relevant transcripts and/or earned industry certifications.
- Take the ACCUPLACER® placement test at the MCC-Business and Technology library or any MCC campus testing center.
- Complete a FERPA form in front of a MCC employee, giving your Employer/Union access to your student records
- Comply with all MCC student codes of conduct, regulations and other requirements.
Credit by Apprenticeship
Your apprenticeship might be worth 30 to 42 credit hours if it is one of the fields listed below.
- Apprenticeship (pdf)
- Boilmaker (pdf)
- Bricklayer (pdf)
- Construction Carpentry (pdf)
- Construction Cement Masons (pdf)
- Construction Driver & Logistics (pdf)
- Construction Ironworker (pdf)
- Construction Laborer (pdf)
- Floor Layer (pdf)
- Glaziers (pdf)
- Industrial Maintenance Electrician (pdf)
- Industrial Mechanic (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)
- Millwright (pdf)
- Painter (pdf)
- Plumbing (pdf)
- Sheet Metal (pdf)
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