Students MUST be enrolled in the Reinforcing Ironworkers Apprenticeship Program before enrolling in classes. Special consideration will be given students who complete the Trade Union Ironworker Apprentice Associate of Applied Science degree if they are affected by the retroactive six year rule. For further information, contact the Division of Apprenticeship Studies at 702-651-4127.
This degree prepares students for employment as a Journeyman Reinforcing Ironworker with the Ironworkers Union. In addition to special program courses, academic skills emphasizing related math, science, and human relations components are stressed to prepare students to meet the challenges common in the work place.
Student Learning Outcomes
Comprehend and utilize all applicable Reinforcing Ironworker tools.
Comprehend and utilize formulas used in the calculations of all phases of Reinforcing Ironworker work.
Comprehend the ability to troubleshoot and repair any problems that arise in reinforcing ironwork installations.
General Education Requirements (27 Credits)
Mathematics (3 Credits)
NOTE: Your first college-level MATH course MUST be completed before reaching 30 total college-level credits.