SCC Apprenticeship Center
Enrollment or transcript questions:
Earn a wage while you learn in one of our campus' many apprenticeship programs in multi-occupational trades.
Apprenticeship is a combination of on-the-job training (OJT) and related classroom instruction under the supervision of a journey-level craft person or trade professional. After completing a multi-occupational apprenticeship program, the worker's journey-level status means they're ready to begin a career with the added benefit of nationwide mobility at a journey-level scale.
Students who complete the Multi-Occupation Associate in Applied Science degree also are eligible to apply for acceptance to four year universities. Prior to taking courses in this program, students who intend to further their education at a university should consult an academic advisor at SCC or the transferring university.
A minimum of 6,000 clock hours of on-the-job training and 450 hours of related classroom instruction, along with an additional 30 program credits, will meet the requirements of the degree.
MOT is open to apprentices enrolled in a state recognized or federal registered JATC program or journey-level workers who have completed an approved apprenticeship training program. Verification of completion of an apprenticeship program by the state or federal agency is required before submission of the petition for graduation.
1 This course may be substituted with CMST& 210, CMST 127, or CMST 287.
2 BUS 103 may be substituted for MATH& 107 for students not seeking to transfer.