Journeyman Industrial (APJPIM)
Associate in Applied Science Degree
Program is also available online.
Some employers require or prefer employees to have an associate degree as a condition for employment or for advancement. Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Journeyman Industrial by completing the requirements listed.
Eastern Michigan University, BS degree.
Copies can be obtained from the Counseling Office, a program advisor, or from the Curriculum and Assessment Office Web site: www.wccnet.edu/curriculum/articulation/levelone/colleges/.
- Adv Tech/Public Serv Careers
- Voc & Apprenticeship Serv Dept
- Brittany Tripp
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|Complete the Apprenticeship Completion Certificate (CTAC), or journeyman-approved coursework in a technical or trade-related area||24 - 36|
|Take additional credits as needed if total program credits are below 60.||15|
|Total||39 - 51|
General Education Requirements
|Elective(s)||Writing||3 - 4|
|Elective(s)||Math *||3 - 4|
|Elective(s)||Natural Sciences ***||3 - 4|
|Elective(s)||Social and Behavioral Science||3|
|Elective(s)||Arts and Humanities||3|
|Elective(s)||Computer and Information Literacy||3|
|Total||21 - 24|
- Total Credits Required
- 60 - 75
*UA students may use APP 113 Math for Pipe Trades (3 credits).
**UA students may use UAT 210 Public Speaking (1.5 credits) and UAT 213 Planning and Presenting Lessons (1.5 credits).
***UA students may use SCI 102 Applied Science (3 credits).
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