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Capitol Technology University
NCCER and Capitol Technology University have an agreement providing support for industry craft professionals building our economy across the nation.
Craft trainees and students can earn college credit for successful completions of standardized craft training through an NCCER Accredited Training Sponsor. Any NCCER credential may be transferred into any of Capitol Tech’s bachelor programs as elective credit.
This program introduces analytics and decision-making to successful skilled professionals that either want to complete a bachelors’ degree or gain skills leading to opening their own business. Business courses such as accounting, finance, human resource, legal issues, project management, business writing and more will provide a solid foundation for those wishing to expand on their expertise beyond their valuable craft skills.
Capitol Tech FAQs
How many credits can I earn from transferring my credentials?
- The number of technical elective hours from NCCER programs may not exceed 42 credits. Students from accredited two-year or four-year institutions may transfer additional credits. However, a maximum of 70 credits can be transferred from a combination of NCCER and two-year institutions.
How many credits do I have to complete at Capitol Technology University?
- A minimum of 30 credit hours must be completed from Capitol Technology University to obtain any baccalaureate degree regardless of the total amount of credit transferred in towards the degree.
How many hours of craft training transfer per semester hour?
- For all NCCER Certifications, one semester hour of credit will be awarded for a minimum of 15 hours of NCCER-approved training where each hour is composed of fifty minutes of actual class time, exclusive of registration, study days and holidays, when supervision is assured and learning is documented. One semester hour of credit will also be awarded for a minimum of 30 hours of NCCER-approved training where each hour is composed 50 minutes each of supervised laboratory time, exclusive of registration, study days and holidays, when supervision is assured and learning is documented.