The curriculum is specifically designed around industry needs to prepare well-rounded apprentices. I have hired several of the program’s graduates.
By the year 2014, the national need for electrical workers will rise to more than 734,000 - a figure 78,000 beyond the number currently employed in the field. Will you be ready to meet this demand? The rewards are great in terms of pay, promotions and security. When you graduate you may be:
OSU Institute of Technology is one of a few schools in the country to offer a degree in electrical construction. Our degree prepares you to work in all areas of the electrical industry - residential, commercial, industrial, field engineer, national electrical code inspector, estimating, and design. “OSU Institute of Technology instructors are very knowledgeable,” said Tyson Baughn, a 2007 graduate from Beggs, OK.
“Our graduates usually enter the workforce as third year apprentices with very competitive average starting salaries,” says Rex Godsey, Construction Faculty.
Recently, 14 graduates found jobs in 14 individual areas of specialization. The electives you choose shape your path: engineering, construction, or business. You can work inside or outside. It’s up to you.
Electronics technicians who demonstrate skill and leadership ability may be promoted to lead-level and supervisory-level positions.