The railroad conductor certificate program prepares students for an exciting and well-paying career as a railroad conductor. The more than 500 companies that make up the United States railroad industry provide the country's freight and passenger transportation service on a network of some 300,000 route miles of track. Railroads employ a substantial workforce.

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(Major Code 4410; CIP Code 49.0208)

Required Courses

RRT 100Introduction to the Railroad Industry2
RRTC 123Introduction to Conductor Service*4
RRTC 175Conductor Mechanical Operation*2
RRTC 261Conductor Service*2
RRTC 263General Code of Operating Rules*4
RRTC 267Conductor Field Application*4
Total Hours18
Total Program Hours: 18

This course has registration requirements.