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Online Schools Offering Electrician Degrees

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One of the 4 electrician programs listed here can get you started in a career in electrical repair, installation, and design. Electrician programs are available at the associate degree and certificate level through 4 colleges. Career helpfulness ratings for these colleges range from 0 to 100 percent, according to our student reviewers. These reviewers have given an overall recommendation rate of 58 percent to these schools.

Certificate Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
Annual Tuition Certificate $16,385 Associate $16,205 Bachelor's $16,549 Master's $15,146 Doctorate $12,139
Annual Earnings (mid-career) -- -- Bachelor's $63,323 Master's $86,615 Doctorate $89,100

An online program in electrician training will take one to two years to complete. The certificate covers topics like reading blueprints, wiring, installation, troubleshooting, and upgrading electrical systems. At the certificate level students usually choose a program that is either in residential or commercial electrical work. The associate degree in electrician training is likely to cover topics in both areas and can prepare graduates for both types of electrician apprenticeships. Online electrician students will need to come to campus or to a designated work site in their community to learn the hands-on skills involved in electrical work.

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