Electrician Schools in Utah

Schools for this programSchools for this program

Electrician Schools in Utah offering certificate lengths of less than two years:

SchoolCityRecent Annual Graduates
Bridgerland Applied Technology CollegeLogan36
Davis Applied Technology CollegeKaysville11
Mountainland Applied Technology CollegeLehi20
Ogden-Weber Applied Technology CollegeOgden86
Utah State UniversityLogan0

Annual Prices (for the school, not necessarily this specific program of study; also, prices vary with student income level)

SchoolAvg. Net PricePrice RangeDaycareWeekendsSome Online
Bridgerland Applied Technology College1,0021,002 - 2,350---
Davis Applied Technology College3,1973,197-Yes-
Mountainland Applied Technology College1,4401,440-Yes-
Ogden-Weber Applied Technology College8,2088,157 - 11,785YesYes-
Utah State University11,3799,895 - 13,913YesYesYes

Why did people choose their school for this program?Why did people choose their school for this program?

"I chose this college because while some technical schools are cheaper and do the same thing, this college offered degrees which I think made my certificate from this school look better than just a technical school. Basically, I just chose to finish it at this school for the higher status."
"It was convenient. It was also inexpensive. As someone trying to pull myself out of poverty, expense was a big factor."

What surprised people about the school they chose?What surprised people about the school they chose?

"I was surprised by the fact that this school had a building just for certificate students. I felt honored. It encouraged me to finish and be in a competitive environment."
"I was surprised by the fact that this school had a building just for certificate students. I felt honored. It encouraged me to finish and be in a competitive environment."
"I expected the JJC to be a terrible environment, given that it's a local community college in a very low-income town. It turned out to be very professional, with a lot of genuinely aspiring and talented students who were just like me--trying to pull themselves up."
"I expected the JJC to be a terrible environment, given that it's a local community college in a very low-income town. It turned out to be very professional, with a lot of genuinely aspiring and talented students who were just like me--trying to pull themselves up."

How do people describe their job hunt?How do people describe their job hunt?

"My job hunting experience wasn't that bad. I was worried because I didn't have a driver's license, but I am able to take the metro to most of my work stations. In addition, since I am an apprentice, someone usually always gives me a ride anyway so I am always with someone. I was confident I would get the job because I was certified from a reputable school."
"Job hunting was brutal. Eventually, however, it paid off. Just took a lot of networking."