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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

If you have been formally trained in the electrical field with orgainzations such as the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Electrical Joint Apprenticeship Training Center (EJATC), MASSEY Electric, NCCER, or military training, then you are eligible to pursue an Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Construction Management.

Students not trained in the electrical field may consider the following degree concentrations:

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Degree Options

Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Construction Technology

  • For NECA/IBEW/NJATC “Inside or Journeymen” students
  • A completed apprenticeship may earn 33+ credit hours towards degree

To begin, apply to Pellissippi State. Follow the enrollment steps in your selected pathway.

During the application process, be sure to select "Seek a degree from Pellissippi State" as your goal. Additionally, you should not claim training from IBEW, NCCER, or Massy Electric when determining previous college attendance.

You should select AAS-Engineering Tech-Electrical Construction Management as your Planned Course of Study.

Submit your official college and high school transcripts to the Admissions office.

It is required that your 5th year of apprenticeship be completed. If it is not completed, you must either take college Math and English or have an ACE transcript showing final grades for the 4th year of apprenticeship.

You must submit your IBEW/NJATC certificate clearly showing your name via email to the ECM program coordinator to receive a waiver for entrance testing.

Once you've been accepted to Pellissippi State, please inform the ECM program coordinator.

 

 

Associate of Applied Science in General Technology

  • For NECA/IBEW/NJATC “Linemen or Installer (Tele Com/Data),” NCCER, Massy Electric students
  • A completed apprenticeship may earn 33+ credit hours towards degree

To begin, apply to Pellissippi State. Follow the enrollment steps in your selected pathway.

During the application process, be sure to select "Seek a degree from Pellissippi State" as your goal. Additionally, you should not claim training from IBEW, NCCER, or Massy Electric when determining previous college attendance.

You should select AAS-General Technology as your Planned Course of Study.

Submit your official college and high school transcripts to the Admissions office.

It is required that your 3rd year of training be completed. If it is not completed, you must take college Math and English.

You must submit your NECA/IBEW/NJATC, NCCER, or Massey Electric certificate clearly showing your name via email to the ECM program coordinator to receive a waiver for entrance testing.

Once you've been accepted to Pellissippi State, please inform the ECM program coordinator.

 

 

Transfer Options

You will need to contact one of the following universities about transferring your courses. They will evaluate your Pellissippi State courses individually and let you know if/how each will apply toward a Bachelor of Science degree. Except for Bellevue University, there is no guarantee that all of your 60(+) credit hours from your AAS degree will transfer. Through the Bellevue University agreement, you can build on your AAS degree and start earning a BA or BS in several career fields.

 

 

Contact Us

Mark Williams
Program Coordinator, Electrical Construction Management
Engineering and Media Technologies
865.694.6511