The following courses and credits are needed to earn a degree in this program. Actual number of courses and credits may vary based on individual needs.
GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES (21 credits)
Communications (6 credits)
- 10-801-195 Written Communication
- 10-801-196 Oral/Interpersonal Communication
- 10-801-198 Speech
Social Science (3 credits)
- 10-809-172 Introduction to Diversity Studies
Behavioral Science (3 credits)
- 10-809-198 Introduction to Psychology
- 10-809-199 Psychology of Human Relations
Math and/or Science (3 credits)
- 10-804-107 College Mathematics
- 10-804-113 Technical Math (or 10-804-115)
- 20-804-201 Intermediate Algebra (or 20-804-202)
- 10-806-143 College Physics
- 10-806-054 General Physics
- 10-806-134 General Chemistry
Additional General Education (6 credits)
Students in this program are required to take an additional 6 General Education credits. Those credits may come from the list that follows, or courses already listed above.
- 10-801-197 Technical Reporting
- 10-809-122 Introduction to American Government
- 10-809-166 Intro to Ethics
- 10-809-195 Economics
- 10-809-196 Introduction to Sociology OR
- 10-809-197 Contemporary American Society
OCCUPATIONAL SPECIFIC COURSES (39 credits)
Occupational Specific Courses are met by a Wisconsin Apprenticeship Completion Certificate, issued by the Department of Workforce Development-Bureau of Apprenticeship Standards (DWD-BAS) registered program. The program must include a minimum of 400 hours of prescribed apprentice-related instruction in the Wisconsin Technical College System.
TOTAL = 60 credits
This program provides students who have completed a registered apprenticeship program an option to receive an associate degree designed around individual needs.
This program will be designed for each individual student. Career opportunities will depend on the courses that are selected to meet the student's career goals. It is anticipated that a student will design a program plan that will meet the requirements of a particular career area.