Enhance your abilities and marketability in the skilled trades
Key Program Features
Build on your current trade skills with an additional certification and increase your marketability and job potential! LLCC’s customized applied technology associate degree program allows students to define a focus of study so that they can customize their education to meet their needs.
Students who have a certificate or industry certification in a trade such as heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) or welding (WEL) can build on their certificate by training for a complementary trade. Furthermore, the program’s general education courses, round out your education in skilled trades with communication and other vocational skills to provide all the qualities employers value.
Depending on the industry, salaries and job prospects vary. View other specific LLCC trade program pages (i.e., commercial electrical maintenance, HVACR, welding) for information about various job opportunities and salaries.
Read more about the various courses in this program:
Time to completion: 2 years
(Note: the dean of LLCC Applied and Emerging Technologies must approve the course of study.)
Investment in Your Future
Summer 2020 courses will be offered online, and students will pay no online fees, only the regular summer tuition and fees. Explore our list of online classes at Logger Central and register for one or more today!
Air conditioning, refrigeration and heating (ARH), building maintenance (BDM) and welding (WEL) courses (except ARH 210 and WEL 102) have a variable tuition rate. For the 2020-2021 academic year (fall 2020, spring 2021 and summer 2021), these ARH and WEL courses are $199.50 per credit hour for in-district residents. Computer-aided drafting (CAD) courses also have a variable tuition rate and are $166.25 per credit hour for in-district residents. All other courses in the program have a standard in-district rate of $133.00 per credit hour. Fees are $11 per credit hour. Get more information on tuition and fees.
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