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:

- One (1) full year of high school Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, or Calculus that are satisfactorily completed with a passing grade of “C”.

- One (1) post-high school Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Calculus course with a passing grade of “C”.

- Successful completion of the Interactive ModuMath Algebra course (available through the Wisconsin Technical College System).

- 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.