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Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies

Associate of Applied Science Degree

About the Program

The Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies program is based on the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI) Oregon State Apprenticeship Training Council and local Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee related training standards. It combines full-time, on-the-job work experience with trade-related theoretical instruction. The degree is available only to BOLI-registered apprentices or electricians holding a journey-level card. If you are interested in becoming a registered apprentice in an Oregon state apprenticeship program, contact the Apprenticeship office at apprenticeship@roguecc.edu. RCC supports the following BOLI-ATD trades: limited maintenance electrician (4,000-hour trade); inside electrician, limited manufacturing plant electrician, and sign maker/erector (8,000-hour trades).

The AAS degree is a credential within Rogue Community College’s Electrician Apprenticeship Pathway. The pathway model provides statewide transfer opportunities, ladder-type certificates of completion, and an optional transfer path into a bachelor of science degree at Oregon Tech. The degree features general education courses prescribed by Rogue Community College, related training credits previously earned in the certificate of completion, college credit for an earned journey-level card, and some industry electives. It also provides additional access to related training courses across the state for registered apprentices with aligned program outcomes, assessments and courses.

Program Learning Outcomes

The curriculum in RCC courses is derived from a set of identified learning outcomes that are relevant to the discipline. Program learning outcomes for Electrician Apprenticeship Technologies AAS are:

Complete 6000-8000 hours State of Oregon-approved on-the-job-training. Apply theory to electrical wiring.

Repair and install electrical wire devises according to licensure regulations to meet NEC and OSC for inside electrician, limited energy technician-license A, limited manufacturing plant electrician, sign assembler/fabricator, sign maker/erector, and stationary engineer.

Seventy-five percent of applicants have documented trade-specific skills listed on the Electrician Apprenticeship Trades Outcomes Assessment Tool.

Complete all required related-training with a grade of C or better.

Entry Requirements

Students are required to take a placement test to determine skill level and readiness in math, reading, and writing. As part of their training program, students must begin with the courses within their skill level as determined by placement scores. In addition, students may also be required to enroll in classes that would increase their employability and success.

Advanced Standing

Coursework from accredited colleges and universities will be accepted in accordance with college policies and approval of the department chair.

Credits earned in the successful completion of Career Pathways Certificates can be applied to other certificates and degrees in the Career Pathway.

Graduation Requirements

Students must complete all courses in this program with a grade of “C” or better to receive their degrees. Certain required courses are graded on a pass/no pass basis only. A grade of “P” for these courses indicates a student earned the equivalent of a “C” or better grade. Students must also possess the appropriate Bureau of Labor and Industries Apprenticeship Certificate and be recommended by the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee or Trades Apprenticeship and Training Committee. This degree does not guarantee licensure.


MINIMUM TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS:

90

Program Map

General Education Requirements

 

 

Course No. Course Title

Credits

BT101

Human Relations in Organizations or
PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations

3

CIS/CS

Approved Computer Information Science or Computer
Science class, CIS120/CS120 or above, or documented computer proficiency within the past ten years 1

0-2

HE112

Emergency First Aid

1

LIB127

Introduction to Academic Research or
LIB101 Introduction to Information Literacy

1

MTH60

Fundamentals of Algebra I or
MTH63 Applied Algebra I or higher level math

4

WR115

Introduction to Expository Writing 2

3

WR121

English Composition I 2

4

 

Total General Education Credits:

16-18

Credit for Prior Certification (Work-based Learning) 3

 

APR105

Apprenticeship Credit for Prior Learning

11-22

 
  • Limited Electrician – 11 credits
  • Inside Electrician – 22 credits
  • Manufacturing Plant Electrician – 22 credits
  • Sign Assembler/Maker – 22 credits

 

 

Total Credits for Prior Certification:

11-22

Related Training
Limited Maintenance Electrician

 

APR127A

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory I

4

APR127B

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory II

4

APR127C

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory III

4

APR227A

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code I

4

APR227B

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code II

4

APR227C

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code III

4

 

Total Limited Maintenance Electrician Credits

24

Inside Electrician

APR127A

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory I

4

APR127B

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory II

4

APR127C

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory III

4

APR127D

Apprenticeship/Advanced Electrical I

4

APR127E

Apprenticeship/Advanced Electrical II

4

APR127F

Apprenticeship/Advanced Electrical III

4

APR227A

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code I

4

APR227B

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code II

4

APR227C

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code III

4

APR227D

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation I

4

APR227E

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation II

4

APR227F

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation III

4

 

Total Inside Electrician Credits

48

Manufacturing Plant Electrician

APR127A

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory I

4

APR127B

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory II

4

APR127C

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory III

4

APR127D

Apprenticeship/Advanced Electrical I

4

APR127E

Apprenticeship/Advanced Electrical II

4

APR227A

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code I

4

APR227B

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code II

4

APR227C

Apprenticeship/National Electrical Code III

4

APR227D

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation I

4

APR227E

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation II

4

APR227F

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation III

4

 

Total Manufacturing Plant Electrician Credits

44

Sign Assembler/Maker

 

APR116E

Apprenticeship/Millwright: Welding I

2

APR116F

Apprenticeship/Millwright: Welding II

2

APR118A

Apprenticeship/Introduction to Sheet Metal

3

APR118B

Apprenticeship/Introduction to Duct Lay Out

3

APR118C

Apprenticeship/Parallel Line Development

3

APR127A

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory I

4

APR127B

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory II

4

APR127C

Apprenticeship/Electrical Theory II

4

APR216C

Apprenticeship/Millwright: Drafting

3

APR216F

Apprenticeship/Millwright: Rigging

4

APR227E

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation II

4

APR227F

Apprenticeship/Oregon Electrical License Preparation III

4

 

Total Sign Assembler/Maker Credits

40

Approved Program Electives

 


________

Any college-level course (numbered 100 or above) to meet minimum degree requirement

0-39

1 Required for graduation.

2 In lieu of WR115 and WR121, students may substitute BT113 Business English I and BT114 Business English II (7-8 credits total); or BT113 Business English I (or WR115 Introduction to Expository Writing) and three credits of speech (COMM100 Basic Communication, COMM111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking, or COMM218 Interpersonal Communication), 6-8 credits total.

3 A maximum of 22 credits can be earned for documented work-based learning for registered apprentices and journey persons. Students must provide a State of Oregon Apprenticeship Training Journeyman card or BOLI-ATD certificate.


For more information, contact the Apprenticeship Office.

Apprenticeship faculty and staff can also be reached by:
Phone: 541-956-7500
Email: apprenticeship@roguecc.edu
Web address: www.roguecc.edu/apprenticeship
TTY: Oregon Telecom Relay Service, 711

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