If you've already completed a trade apprenticeship and are currently employed as a journeyworker, this degree program will help you build on your experience and add depth to your technical skills. With your Wisconsin Journeyworker Certificate as a solid foundation, you will enhance your career potential with studies in communications, social science, behavioral science and math. You'll begin with 39 credits from your apprenticeship, and add 21 additional credits of general studies. You’ll be well prepared for future career growth in your chosen field.
Journeyworker-Advanced Standing - 39 Credits
Represents advanced standing for a Wisconsin Journeyworker Certificate of at least four hundred hours of instruction.