Powerline Technology General Info
The Powerline Technology program provides you with an opportunity to earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree often necessary for future advancement in the powerline industry. These positions could include line foreman, line superintendent, operations manager, office manager, sales associate, technician, or member service advisor.
The coursework provides you with additional skills beyond the one-year lineworker training. You will choose a combination of business/management or technical courses. These courses may be taken either prior to or after completion of the Powerline diploma. You must complete the requirements of the NCC Powerline Diploma program.
- Associate of Applied Science Degree
- Four Semesters & One Summer Term
- Desire to succeed
- Good communicator
- This is a 1+1 program. The diploma program is on campus. The AAS degree completion may be done online.
Requirements for this program
|Humanities/Social Science Elective||3|
|Elective from any of the above||3|
|Business Management Technical Emphasis||18|
Frequently Asked Questions
Having an Associate of Applied Science Degree is often necessary for future advancement in the Powerline industry. These positions could include line fore-man, line superintendent, operations manager, sales associate, technician, or member service advisor.
Average starting salrary has been around $24/hour.
You will take traditional classroom general education credits, ranging from math to sciences to humanities. You’ll choose between a Business Management Emphasis or a Technical Emphasis. You will also complete all the necessary coursework for the Powerline diploma program.
It is the only Powerline Technology program in Iowa, allowing you to accomplish your Associate of Applied Science degree. NCC was recently recognized as having the #1 Electrical programs in the Nation!
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