DEFINITION OF ALGEBRA REQUIREMENT FOR ENTRY
INTO ELECTRICAL APPRENTICESHIP
 
To meet the algebra requirement for possible entry into the electrical apprenticeship program, all applicants:
 
Must have satisfactorily (letter grade of “C” or better) completed one (1) year of algebra or its equivalency as defined, below, by the Electrical (Construction) Joint Apprenticeship Committees. 
 
Note: Transcript(s) must clearly state “Algebra”, or a statement from the school must be provided, stating the class taken was the equivalent of one year of high school algebra (see additional page.)
 
Equivalent courses are defined as:
 
  1. One (1) full year of high school Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, or Calculus that are satisfactorily completed with a passing grade of “C”.
 
  1. One (1) post-high school Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Calculus course with a passing grade of “C”.
 
  1. Successful completion of the Interactive ModuMath Algebra course (available through the Wisconsin Technical College System).
 
  1. Successful completion of the Online NJATC Tech Math course (available at: www.njatc.org).
 
Note: To qualify as an equivalent, each course is required to be satisfactorily completed in its entirety, and each course will be considered separately.