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An Associate of Applied Science typically requires that a student specializes in a particular field of study, discipline or occupation. This academic path prepares students to obtain an entry-level position in the workforce immediately after graduation from a program.

 

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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Hawaii Community College

This program prepares students for employment with electrical appliance shops, utility companies, and electrical construction, and maintenance companies. ... [+]

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

This program prepares students for employment with electrical appliance shops, utility companies, and electrical construction, and maintenance companies. Learning will centre on planning, designing, constructing, installing, and maintaining electrical wiring and equipment.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion, students are prepared to:

Accurately demonstrate entry-level skills in residential, commercial, and industrial electrical installation and maintenance. Practice safety on the job and recognize potential hazards. Interpret and comply with the National Electrical Code NFPA 70 book and local codes. Read and interpre... [-]
USA Hilo
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Hawaii Community College

The Carpentry program allows students to participate in the “foundation-to-finish” experiences necessary to build a basic residential house while completing the required ... [+]

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The Carpentry program allows students to participate in the “foundation-to-finish” experiences necessary to build a basic residential house while completing the required carpentry coursework. Students will graduate from the Carpentry program with the knowledge and experience necessary to begin employment at the entry level in the construction industry, or enter a four-year apprenticeship program. Credit may be given in the apprenticeship program for work completed at Hawai‘i Community College.

PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES

Upon successful completion, students are prepared to:

Understand and utilize math computations, formulas, and m... [-]
USA Hilo
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Southwestern Michigan College

SMC offers both an Associate in Applied Science and a Certificate in Construction Trades Green Technology. The program is built in three phases: certificate phase, associ ... [+]

Construction Trades Green Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree

About Construction Trades Green Technology

SMC offers both an Associate in Applied Science and a Certificate in Construction Trades Green Technology. The program is built in three phases: certificate phase, associate degree phase and bachelor’s degree phase.

The certificate phase is the ‘hands-on’ phase in which students will spend one year learning construction techniques and code issues and applying their skills in a community construction project such as building a house for Habitat for Humanity or building cabins for a boy scout camp. Students may choose to end their education after attaining the certificate. They will be qualified for jobs as general construction workers. Phase two of the program is the Associate in Applied Science in Construction Trades Green Technology. During this phase, the student learns the science behind construction techniques and the business aspects of contracting. The associate degree qualifies students for jobs as a contractor, safety inspector or crew leader. The optional third phase is transferring to Ferris State University for a Bachelor of Science in Construction Management. Because of SMC’s articulation agreement with Ferris, 100% of the time, money and effort a student invests in the Construction Trades Green Technology program transfers to Ferris; no time is wasted on classes a student won’t need and students don’t have to catch up on courses after they transfer. A bachelor’s in construction prepares students for commercial work as project superintendents, project managers, project engineers or owner’s representative. Students also have... [-]
USA Dowagiac Niles
September 2020
Full-time
Campus
Western Iowa Tech Community College

This program, the Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology, prepares students for a career in the manufacturing, fabrication, and structural steel industries. T ... [+]

This program, the Associate of Applied Science in Welding Technology, prepares students for a career in the manufacturing, fabrication, and structural steel industries. The program includes hands-on application of SMAW, GMAW, Oxy Fuel, FCAW, GTAW and Robotic Weld processes, using ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and evaluated to AWS D1.1 structural steel code or other codes (ASME sect. IX, API 1104, etc.) as appropriate.

The program’s curriculum is aligned to AWS national standards for entry level welders and includes safety, blueprint reading, and welding procedure specifications. Upon successful completion of all competencies, students will have the opportunity to test for numerous AWS and ASME certifications. Students may incur additional fees for testing for these certifications.... [-]

USA Sioux City
September 2020
2 years
Campus
Henry Ford College

The Associate of Applied Science in Architecture / Construction Technology teaches architectural CAD/drafting and building construction methods and materials including bo ... [+]

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The Associate of Applied Science in Architecture / Construction Technology teaches architectural CAD/drafting and building construction methods and materials including both residential and commercial building types.

Laboratory classes provide students with experience in the areas of residential and commercial construction materials, computer-aided drafting and design, cost estimating, construction methods, presentation techniques, residential construction practices and use of surveying equipment.

Covers the principles and necessary skills of the architectural profession supported by an understanding of building construction through hands-on activities designed to provide students with a practical skill-based education.... [-]

USA Detroit
January 2020
Full-time
2 years
Campus