Technical Diploma│1 Year│34 Credits│Beaver Dam Campus│Eligible for Financial Aid
WI Median Salary for Recent Graduates: $59,642
Demand for gas utility providers and technicians is growing faster than the supply of skilled workers. Get started in MPTC’s three-semester Gas Utility Construction and Service technical diploma and learn how to install, operate and maintain gas distribution systems.
Gas Utility students learn how to install underground natural gas distribution systems and residential and commercial natural gas service lines. Graduates are prepared to adhere to OSHA safety procedures, service gas appliances, and install gas piping for natural and propane gases. Students will also gain hands-on experience in the physically-demanding underground construction field preparing them for related careers in construction.
Work for employers like Michels, KS Energy Services, Madison Gas and Electric, We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service. This career has a bright outlook and employers need you to fill the following positions:
Statewide Median Salary for Recent Graduates: $59,642
Moraine Park’s admissions starts with the online application. The admissions steps and financial aid process can take 4-5 weeks for some programs, so plan ahead. View and begin standard admissions steps.
Important: Test scores are not required but encouraged to complete admissions for the Gas Utility Construction and Service program. CPR/First Aid certification are required components of the program.
The cost of your degree depends on a number of factors such as total credits required, textbooks and the financial aid you receive. Some programs have additional costs such as uniforms, technology and equipment.
Please refer to the Tuition & Fee Information for enrollment fee information.
Cost of attendance (sometimes referred to as the “sticker price”) is the maximum amount of money it costs to attend college for one year and is used to determine your financial aid offering.
While attending Moraine Park during the 2023-24 school year, your estimated cost of attendance for one full year includes tuition of $4,375 (15 credits for fall and spring semester), fees of $338, food and housing of $4,052 (if living with parents, $9,614 if living on your own), books and supplies of $2,061, personal expenses of $2,245, and transportation of $2,007 for a total of $15,161. Your direct costs (those costs paid directly to the college) include tuition & fees. The indirect costs (costs not paid to the college) can vary from individual to individual and your own personal needs.
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High school dual credit provides high school students the opportunity to earn college credit while in high school, without leaving their high school classroom. The courses are taught by certified high school instructors using technical college curriculum, grading policies and textbooks.
Has previous life experience already helped you build knowledge and skills applicable to your studies? Applying previously earned credits to a program of study can save you both time spent in the classroom and money spent on tuition and fees.
Financial Aid is provided to aid eligible associate degree and technical diploma programs with 28 credits or more. Processing can take 4-6 weeks after a student’s completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is received.
In this program, you will be charged for 2 credits of tuition for the course College 101. For financial aid purposes, this will count as 1 credit. If you enroll in less than full time credits for the semester you select to take this in, it will impact the amount of aid you are eligible to receive. Please work with your advisor to create the course schedule that will best meet your needs.