Degree Program

Ivy Tech Community College

Upon successful completion of the Sheet Metal Workers Local 20 Apprenticeship & Training five-year apprenticeship program, graduates receive an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Sheet Metal Technology from Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana.

As part of the degree program, apprentices attend some additional classes that are taught by Ivy Tech instructors. These classes are designed to enhance your overall education and training that you receive through the apprenticeship training curriculum. Topics covered include labor history, technical writing and human relations.


3501 First Ave
Evansville, IN 47710

Contact: Ryan Ross
Office: (812) 429-1464


3800 N. Anthony Blvd.
Fort Wayne, In 46805

Contact: Stephanie Hilton
Office: (260) 481-2241


1440 East 35th Ave.
Gary, IN 46409

Contact: Marcos Rodriguez
Office: (219) 981-4948


50 W. Fall Creek Pkwy N. Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46208

Contact: Nancy Davis
Office: (317) 921-4601

Purdue School of Engineering and Technology

If you have completed the apprenticeship program and received your associates degree in Applied Science no earlier than 1991, you can earn the bachelor of science in Organizational Leadership and Supervision from the Purdue School of Engineering and Technology (IUPUI) in two years or less while you are still working full time!

Students can complete all OLS course requirements via online, in class, and hybrid programs to work around their busy work and life schedules. Many courses are now offered at the Park 100, Greenwood and Purdue Aviation Learning Centers with ample free parking and convenient access from I-465. Students should apply to Organizational Leadership and Supervision (OLS) through the IUPUI Office of Admissions. Applications are available at the Campus Center (2nd Floor), 420 University Blvd. Indianapolis, Indiana 46202. Additionally, you can call (317)-274-5555 or you can apply at

Application Deadlines are as follows:

Fall Semester – April 1st

Spring Semester – November 1st

To determine if OLS is the correct 4-year degree to help you meet your academic and professional goals, please contact the program advisor at or call Elizabeth Wagner for an advising appointment at (317) 278-0286.