How long does it take to earn a certificate or degree?
- Industrial Electrical Certificate - 1 year
- Industrial Technology, Industrial Electrical Associate's Degree - 2 years, if attending full-time. Many students complete the certificate, than take classes toward the A.A.S. degree part-time while working full-time.
How much does it cost?
MCC is a great value. Our tuition is one of the lowest in the area - about 1/3 that of public four-year schools and a tiny fraction of private colleges. We offer many ways to pay plus a tuition payment plan to make it even easier to afford college. Calculate your estimated tuition cost here.
What is the advantage of taking classes at MCC-Business & Technology?
You'll experience a very hands-on and interactive learning environment. We keep classes small for personal instruction. You'll get dedicated instructors and excellent student services - all at an affordable cost.
- Our classes combine instructor-led and on-line learning with hands-on lab work.
- Industry professionals teach convenient day and evening classes.
- Employers love to hire our graduates.
Will my credits transfer to other colleges or universities?
This program has formal transfer agreements with the University of Central Missouri, Missouri Western State University, DeVry University and Southeast Missouri State University. This means all credits in the A.A.S. degree will transfer toward a specific degree. Check with an advisor and the transfer institution to make sure your transfer will go smoothly.
Can the skills I've developed on the job count toward my certificate or degree?
Yes, you can test out of certain courses. We also offer credit for select federally approved apprenticeship programs.
Which companies hire program graduates?
Industrial electricians work in a wide range of locations. Many maintain electrical equipment in factories. Others travel to service equipment at customer locations
Are there other benefits or advantages of the Industrial Electrical degree and certificate programs?
- Industrial electricians are well paid for their knowledge, skill and experience.
- Skilled and knowledgeable Industrial electricians are in high demand according to the U.S. Department of Labor.
- Many job openings stem from retirements within the field - Industrial electricians generally enjoy stable employment.