Fees and Costs for trades and technology programs

Fees and Costs 2013/14
ProgramLength (weeks)Total ($)
Aircraft Structures 42 $7488.88
 Automotive  34  $5906.68
 Auto Collision & Repair  34 $5681.68
 Architectural Drafting 38  $5950.28
 Carpentry  34  $5806.68
 Electrical  24  $4225.26
 Electronics Common Core  38  $6140.28
 Heavy Duty/Commercial Transport  36  $6860.98
 Hospitality Event Planning  36  $5710.98
 Joinery  34  $5806.68
 Plumbing and Piping  34  $5681.68
 Professional Cook  39  $6289.93
 Welding Foundation  34  $5546.68
* TOTALS INCLUDE TUITION, STUDENT FEES, HEALTH AND DENTAL, TOOLS, BOOKS, AND CLOTHES. PLEASE NOTE THESE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Revised: May/2013/Tuition for 2013/2014
**Architectural Drafting officially offers 37 academic credits
Additional Costs (one-time)
Application Fee $45
Graduation Fee $25
Convocation Fee (approx.)  $40
*PLEASE NOTE THESE PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Revised: May/2013

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