Construction and Industry Trades (AAS Degree)

Construction and Industry Trades

 

Will prepare the student with the additional skills related to a career in trades fields. Completion of this degree involves completion of all apprenticeship and or union-related qualifications requirements of "step" trade work experience as well as all union-related classroom training required to achieve "Journeyman" status. This final degree is only available to Certified Journeymen in the trades areas who provide appropriate documentation of their completed apprenticeship.

 

 

Degree Information

What courses will I need to take?

General Education Requirements: 22-26 credits

All General Education coursework must be selected from approved AZ General Education Curriculum.

Course

Course Title

Hours

Composition (6 credits)

 

 

ENG 101 or ENG 101A

College Composition I

3-5

ENG 102

College Composition II

3

Arts/Humanities (3 credits)

 

 

One Course

One Course

3

Social/Behavioral Sciences (3 credits)

 

 

One course

One course

3

Options (3 credits)

 

 

CIS 120

Introduction to Computers    

3

 

   
   

 

Degree Core Requirements: 38 credits

Course

Course Title

Hours

XXX 298   Apprenticeship Practicum Credit  32
CTM 288         Construction Supervision and Scheduling 3
CTM 211 International Residential Code 3

WLD 102    

Basic Welding Fabrication

3

What will I learn?

Upon successful completion of this program, students will be able to:

  •  work safely and productively in construction industry according to OSHA standards;
  •  utilize basic math skills for trades industry;
  •  read and interpret blue prints and construction drawings in the trades;
  • demonstrate acquired knowledge and ability in all appropriate areas of their trade
  • apply general education knowledge and skills in the trade environment 

How will my placement test scores affect my course sequence?

Depending on your English and/or Math placement scores, you may be required to take an additional course or courses that will increase the posted estimated timeline. Placement tests are given to students to determine their specific knowledge or proficiency in math and English, for the purpose of assigning them to the appropriate courses. Test scores are valid for two years. Students can also use their ACT or SAT scores to place them into math and English courses.

Tracks based on current degree minimum requirements for English and Math.
 

English/Reading

Track 1:

ENG 095
ENG 099 + RDG 099
ENG 101
ENG 102

Track 2:

ENG 095
RDG 099
ENG 101A  (combines ENG 099 + ENG 101)
ENG 102

 

Math

Track 1:

MAT 088
MAT 091
MAT 097
MAT 142

Track 2:

MAT 088
MAT 091
MAT 140 (combines MAT 097 + MAT 142)


Work with an advisor to ensure completion of your pathway in a timely manner.