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Technical Studies - Journeyworker Program Details

If you've completed an apprenticeship program in Wisconsin, the Technical Studies-Journeyworker program can lead to an associate degree designed around your individual and educational needs. The best part is you may be eligible for advanced standing based on training you have already completed.

Past graduates have created programs that helped them gain supervisory and management roles in their chosen career area.

The Technical Studies program is the right choice to help take your career to the next level.

Just the Facts

Technical Studies - Journeyworker
60 Credit Associate Degree

Length of Program:
Two Years

Delivery Method

Program Location
Eau Claire

Start Dates
August and January

Financial Aid Eligible: Yes

Estimated Program Cost
Total Tuition, Fees & Books: $2,556*

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* Program costs vary per student based on the apprenticeship selected. This estimated cost includes general education courses only. Please contact us at 715-833-6300 for more details.

How To Enroll

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Get a Job

100% of our Technical Studies - Journeyworker graduates get a job in the industry.

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Make More Money

Our recent Technical Studies - Journeyworker graduates reported an average starting salary of $67,212.

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Degrees in Demand

The U.S. Department of Labor projects 80% of the jobs created in the next decade will require education beyond high school.


These are a few of the courses you will take in the Technical Studies - Journeyworker program.
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  • Technical Reporting
    Students prepare and present oral and written technical reports. Types of reports may include lab and field reports, proposals, technical letters and memos, technical research reports, and case studies.
  • Psychology of Human Relations
    Students will become acquainted with the basic theories and concepts of psychology and human behavior, enabling them to be more effective in their work and personal lives. 
  • Economics
    Students will learn about scarcity, resources, alternative economic systems, growth, supply and demand, monetary and fiscal policy, inflation, unemployment, and global economic issues. 

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