Online info session will begin in April for the Fall cohort. Links to the sessions will be posted by April 1, 2024.

Application Deadline: July 1, 2024

Presented in partnership with the Boston Local 103, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), and the Joint Apprentice and Training Committee of Greater Boston (JATC), the Wentworth Institute of Technology (WIT) Associate of Applied Science in Engineering Technology is designed specifically for apprentices of the five-year Electrical Construction and Telecommunications Program.


Local 103 and the JATC have formed an educational partnership with Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology. This collaboration will provide Local 103 graduates from both the Inside Wiremen & Technician Apprenticeship programs and active Apprentices who have completed at least two years of training with 34 college credits toward an Associates Degree of Science in Engineering Technology and Renewable Energy Technology. The balance of 36 credits of general electives and technical courses will be delivered to members over 2 years and at a reduced tuition discount of 40% off the published tuition rates. This also applies to all Journeyman/Technicians who have completed equivalent IBEW/Industry training.

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For more information or to register for an Information Session please contact Assistant Dean of Academics Meredith Quinn at

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Electrical Construction Technology (IBEW) Associate of Science (608.3) is an Associate of Science Degree in Electrical Construction Technology (ECT).  Your apprenticeship training will count as 40 academic credits towards the degree once you have successfully completed the JATC program. The remaining 21-24 credits are general education courses. Only 15 of those credits (5 courses) must be completed at CCAC.

CCAC offers: Affordable in-state tuition, 100% online courses and a dedicated and accessible online advisor.

You may have earned general education credits if you have: high school AP test scores, military experience or college or university credits.

Current Apprentices can take their 21-24 credits during the apprenticeship. Journeymen can take their 21-24 credits as their schedule allows.

To discuss transfer credits or any aspect of this program, contact Academic Advisor Don Breitbarth at 412.237.4574 or

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