Simplifying the path
This Roadmap is provided as a SAMPLE GUIDE showing what a full-time student's schedule MAY look like. There is no guarantee that all classes will be offered each semester or that classes will have space available. You must meet all prerequisite requirements prior to registering for a class.
Degrees and Certificates:
|APPLI-023 or 025||APPLI-013 or 015||ACREF-045*|
|APPLI-031 or 030||APPLI-021 or 020||GE/ELECTIVES (AS only)|
|APPLI-046*||GE/Electives (AS only)|
|GE/Electives (AS only)|
|APPLI-024 or 026||APPLI-014 or 016|
|APPLI-037 or 035||APPLI-038 or 036|
|GE/Electives (AS only)||GE/Electives (AS only)|
The job outlook for appliance technicians is very good, especially for those with the right training. There is a serious shortage of skilled appliance service technicians. LMC graduates work for repair companies, appliance manufacturers and retailers. Many have advanced to management positions, moved into sales and marketing or started their own appliance repair business.
Home appliance repairer: $11.85 - $30.12/hour
HVAC Mechanic and Installer: $14.73 - $36.79/hour
There are two options for the Certificate of Achievement. The Technician I track requires completion of 18.5 units of coursework, with most of the classes taught in the evening. Students will be prepared for positions as entry level appliance installers for shop tech trainees. Technician II track is more robust and requires completion of 36 units and is mainly taught during the day. These students will be ready for a rapid transition from entry level to field technician level jobs.
The Associate of Science Degree requires completion of 18.5 to 36 units of coursework within the major, plus completion of LMC's general education and additional electives to total 60 units.