Railroad Operations, AAS
The JCCC associate's degree program in Railroad Operations prepares the students with the foundational information and skills needed to serve in the railway industry. The program will focus on the safe and proper procedures needing to be followed in the following career fields: carman, machinists, welders, conductors, or signal maintainers.
For more information visit the National Academy of Railroad Sciences. Interested students should meet with a JCCC counselor as early as possible.
(Major Code 2980; State CIP Code 49.0208)
Associate of Applied Science Degree
General Education Requirements
|ENGL 121||Composition I*||3|
|Social Science and/or Economics Elective||3|
|Science and/or Math Elective||3|
Railroad Core Requirements
|RRT 120||History of Railroading||3|
|RRT 121||Railroad Technical Careers||3|
|RRT 150||Railroad Operations||3|
|RRT 165||Railroad Safety, Quality and Environment||3|
|INDT 125||Industrial Safety/OSHA 30||3|
|or INDT 150||Construction Safety/OSHA 30|
|Railroad Technical Electives||11|
NOTE: Railroad Technical electives are any course with RREL, RRIT, RRTC, RRTM prefix.
|Business Related Electives||12|
NOTE: Business electives are any course with BUS, MKT, CPCA prefix.
Total Program Hours: 63