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INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING AND CONSTRUCTION
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  • High School Programs
  • College Programs
  • Dual Enrollment Credit
  • Industry Certification Credit

See the courses that are part of your high school program of study or career academy such as:

8723000 Air/Heat/Refrigeration
8101100 Architectural Drafting Secondary
8720300 Building Design Technology
8104500 Carpentry
8915000 Civil Engineering Aid
8725000 Drafting
8727200 Electricity
8736000 Industrial Biotechnology
9204400 Welding Technology

Many of these courses provide the opportunity to earn industry certifications while in your high school program that can then be used to receive college credit. Visit your high school career specialist/career coach for specific information.         

Clay County School District            

Putnam County School District

St. Johns County School District   



View the SJR State College degrees and certificates in this pathway:
Associate Degrees and Certificates:
Associate in Arts
Applied Management


Bachelor’s Degrees:
Admission requires completion of an Associate Degree.
Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Management - Supervision and Management Specialization

View transfer agreements providing seamless transition to the University of North Florida and Embry-Riddle University
The agreements align the Associate in Arts degree with many of their Bachelor’s programs.
Are you undecided? View the career and program opportunities in this pathway in Career Coach.


When you pass an industry certification exam and/or complete a dual enrollment course, credits will be applied to your St. Johns River State College transcript as outlined below.

Dual Enrollment

The Dual Enrollment program requires you to meet specific eligibility requirements. Visit the Dual Enrollment page and meet with the dual enrollment contact person at your high school to apply for the Dual Enrollment program.

St. Johns River State College recommends that you choose dual enrollment classes from the list below because these courses are required for graduation from the College programs in this pathway. Some dual enrollment courses listed below are available at your high school location and some courses listed are only taught at the College campus. When making your course selections, see your high school program of study and speak with your guidance counselor about high school graduation requirements.  Make sure that any additional dual enrollment courses you select can be applied to your College degree program by speaking with a St. Johns River State College Academic Advisor.
  
Industrial Manufacturing and Construction Pathways (Associate in Arts Degree)

Refer to the ¹Florida common prerequisite manual for the courses required to transfer to a University for a specific major in this pathway:

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 credits
  General Education Mathematics    3 credits
  General Education Humanities  3 credits
  General Education Social Science 3 credits
                       
¹SJR State Advisors are available to assist students with understanding these requirements. For additional general education courses, view the A.A. Degree curriculum.

Applied Management (Associate in Applied Science Degree)

Listed are recommended Dual Enrollment courses specifically for an Associate in Science degree in this pathway:

ENC 1101 English Composition I 3 credits
  General Education Math    3 credits
GEB 1011 Introduction to Business         3 credits
  General Education Humanities 3 credits
ECC 2013 Macroeconomics         3 credits
                       


Credit for Earned Industry Certification

The Applied Management program provides opportunities for students who have successfully completed a postsecondary apprenticeship or technical center program or who have experiential learning that they would like us to assess for college credit. This degree provides persons currently working in industry an opportunity to pursue college level education that is appropriate for management roles and upward mobility in their respective fields. Listed are the credit hours awarded for this training. For the credit to be awarded, students need to provide a printed copy of the certification and/or transcript of credits to a Workforce Advisor. Call (386) 312-4259 to schedule an appointment.

Program: Applied Management (0204)

Apprenticeship: Approved Registered Apprenticeship Program of 3 Years      18 credits
                           
 Apprenticeship: Approved Registered Apprenticeship Program of 4+ Years               24 credits
     
Technical Center: ²Articulated Credit Program of 900-1499 or more training hours 24 credits
       
Technical Center: ²Articulated Credit Program of 900-1499 or more training hours 21 credits
       
Technical Center: ²Articulated Credit Program of 900-1499 or more training hours 18 credits

²Additional Applied Management elective credit may be awarded for current industry certification based on the Florida Department of Education approved statewide Career and Technical Education articulation agreements. The complete list of approved agreements is located at http://www.fldoe.org/academics/career-adult-edu/career-technical-edu-agreements/industry-certification.stml


Technical Center Programs

The Technical College may offer programs in this pathway resulting in industry certifications listed above. Visit the FCTC website for more information.

Industrial Programs