Build a career in construction.
Earn while you learn!
Learn from dedicated professionals.
In the field and in class.
Learn valuable hands on skills.
Work with a great team.
Faculty, Staff, and Students.
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WSCC by the Numbers

Western States College of Construction offers students the opportunity to learn on the job while earning a highly competitive compensation. The average graduate will make $104,874 per year (this includes salary and benefits).

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Our students spend the majority of their time learning through hands on experiences that prepare them to compete in the job market and build a lifelong career.

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CHOOSE YOUR CAREER PATH

Electrical

Electrical

Electricians install systems that distribute power from the point of entry in a building to the equipment within a building that uses power. An Inside Wireperson performs electrical work in commercial and industrial facilities.

Areas of Study

HVAC/R Service

HVAC/R Service Technicians install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

Areas of Study

Pipefitting

A Pipefitter installs, maintains, and repairs piping systems vital to the operation of many processes, including refrigeration, heating, cooling, steam, controls, and the transportation of liquids/gasses. As a Pipefitter you can work on a wide range of projects including power generation plants, oil refineries, bio diesel plants, pharmaceutical plants, chemical plants, hospitals, schools, office buildings, sports complexes, retail stores, manufacturing plants, defense and aerospace industries, and more.

Areas of Study

Plumbing

Plumbers perform work that is essential to the health and safety of our citizens. Plumbers install drinking water, waste and ventilating systems, as well as wastewater treatment systems large and small, in homes, offices, schools, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities.

Areas of Study

Sheet Metal

Sheet metal workers layout, fabricate, install and maintain architectural sheet metal, residential, commercial & industrial HVAC Systems, and sheet metal signs. They also learn skills such as welding, testing and balancing, blueprint reading, detailing, customer service, and project management.

Areas of Study

ELECTRICAL

Electrical

Electricians install systems that distribute power from the point of entry in a building to the equipment within a building that uses power. An Inside Wireperson performs electrical work in commercial and industrial facilities.

Areas of Study

HVAC SERVICES

HVAC/R Service

HVAC/R Service Technicians install, maintain, and repair heating, ventilating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems in the residential, commercial, and industrial sectors.

Areas of Study

PIPEFITTING

Pipefitting

A Pipefitter installs, maintains, and repairs piping systems vital to the operation of many processes, including refrigeration, heating, cooling, steam, controls, and the transportation of liquids/gasses. As a Pipefitter you can work on a wide range of projects including power generation plants, oil refineries, bio diesel plants, pharmaceutical plants, chemical plants, hospitals, schools, office buildings, sports complexes, retail stores, manufacturing plants, defense and aerospace industries, and more.

Areas of Study

PLUMBING

Plumbing

Plumbers perform work that is essential to the health and safety of our citizens. Plumbers install drinking water, waste and ventilating systems, as well as wastewater treatment systems large and small, in homes, offices, schools, hospitals, and manufacturing facilities.

Areas of Study

SHEET METAL

Sheet Metal

Sheet metal workers layout, fabricate, install and maintain architectural sheet metal, residential, commercial & industrial HVAC Systems, and sheet metal signs. They also learn skills such as welding, testing and balancing, blueprint reading, detailing, customer service, and project management.

Areas of Study

YOU CAN

YOU CAN

CHOOSE A PROGRAM THAT CULTIVATES YOUR TALENT

AND INSPIRES YOUR LIFE’S PASSION

LEARN

WSCC students embark on a career path guided by experienced faculty members and mentors. Every day, students can put their skills to work on the job, earn competitive compensation, graduate with little to no debt, and continue their life long journey of learning.

ENGAGE

WSCC provides exceptional and unique opportunities to enrich our students learning experience while engaging with our contractor partners in community initiatives that align with our focus and commitment to building a highly skilled leader and a good citizen.

Excel

After graduating from one of the ten campuses, WSCC students will be able to continue their professional growth and development through educational programs offered by the Specialty Contractor Institute (SCI).

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