2 years
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About this course

ACC offers a one year vocational certificate or an associate in applied science (AAS) degree. Both programs provide training to work as an entry-level line installer and repairer.

The Utility Technology program is designed to prepare students to construct, install,  and repair electrical 
distribution, telephone, and CATV transmission systems. It also helps prepare students to take the Michigan commercial drivers license test.

Both the vocational certificate and AAS degree programs include two semesters of study of practical theory and hands-on training using actual equipment and materials in classroom, laboratory, and field settings. An AAS degree can be earned by completing an additional 24 credit hours of general education and program-related courses.