Utah Electrical License (Master/Journeyman/Residential)

Pursuing a career in the construction field? Study at home for your Utah Electrical License (Master/Journeyman/Residential) with our fully online, easy to take, and self-paced course.

Utah Electrical License (Master/Journeyman/Residential)
Steps to Success

1. Take the online course at your convenience.
2. At the end of the course, print your certificate of completion.

Exam Review Option Includes
Practice Tests
Highlighting Guides
Calculations
Test Taking Tips
Instructor Support
iOS/Android Tablet and Smartphone Compatible
1 Year of Access

Course Fee: $149.00

About This License

Master Electrician – A person who possesses the knowledge and skill to design, plan, layout, install, alter, repair, add to, or change electrical conductors, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduit, or any part thereof which generates, transforms, or utilizes electrical energy in any form for light, heat, power, or communications.

Journeyman Electrician – A person who possesses the knowledge and skill to install, alter, repair, add to, or change electrical conductors, fixtures, appliances, apparatus, raceways, conduit, or any part thereof which generates, transforms, or utilizes electrical energy in any form for light, heat, power, or communications.

Residential Master Electrician – A person who possesses the training, experience, and knowledge to properly plan, layout, and supervise the wiring, installation, and repair of electrical apparatus and equipment for light, heat, power, and other purposes on residential projects where the voltage does not exceed 250 volts line to line and 125 volts to ground.

Residential Journeyman Electrician – A person who possesses the training, experience, and knowledge to wire, install, and repair electrical apparatus and equipment for light, heat, power, and other purposes, on buildings using primarily nonmetallic sheathed cable where the voltage does not exceed 250 volts line to line and 125 volts to ground.

EXPERT INSTRUCTORS

Our training is written by Subject Matter Experts and built by Instructional Designers.

No Pass, No Pay

If you are not able to pass your exam on the SECOND attempt, we will refund your course fee. Conditions do apply.

Flexible & Self Paced

Simply login and out as needed. We track your progress.

Mobile Compatible

Our training is built on HTML5 - so you can take it with on your tablet or smartphone.

Lowest Price

We will beat ANY price by 10% for a similar program.

Requirements to Obtaining your License

Master exam: you must have one of the following:

  • a bachelor's degree from a Division-approved electrical engineering program and one year of full-time Division-approved work experience
  • an associate degree from a Division-approved applied science program and two years of full-time Division-approved work experience
  • eight years of full-time Division-approved work experience

Residential Master exam: you must have two years of full-time Division-approved work experience as a licensed residential journeyman electrician.

Journeyman exam: you must have four years of full-time apprentice training or eight years of full-time Division-approved work experience. To qualify for the residential journeyman exam you must have two years of full-time apprentice training and two years of full-time Division-approved work experience or four years of full-time Division-approved work experience.

Exam Review, Training, Education

Exam Review, Training, Education

We currently offer 2 options to help you pass your electrical exam Our complete exam review includes practice tests, highlighting guides, calculations, test taking tips and instructor support. The practice tests only option includes practice tests, test taking tips and instructor support.

Our electrical practice includes over 400 real NEC questions. Each time you take the practice test, the questions are randomly generated from our database. Therefore, you will never see the same test twice, guaranteeing you the best review possible for your examination.

Online Practice Tests: $99
Online Exam Prep: $149

Books and References for the Exam

These books are available for purchase from our online contractor’s bookstore or by calling our office at 1-800-952-0910.

References allowed at the test center:

Code Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • 2014 National Electrical Code
  • Ugly's Electrical References

Theory Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • Ugly's Electrical References

Practical Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • There are now references permitted for this portion
  • You are required to bring: Two 5-foot pieces of 1/2-inch EMT conduit, One 1/2-inch EMT bender, One Continuity tester or multi-meter, One 1/2-inch conduit reamer, One straight blade screwdriver, One Phillips screwdriver, One pai of long nose pliers, One pair of side cut pliers, One pair of wire strippers, One hacksaw, One tape measure

References used to create the exam but not allowed at the test center

Code Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • Lineman's and Cableman's Handbook
  • American Electricians' Handbook

Theory Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • 2014 National Electrical Code
  • American Electricians' Handbook

Practical Portion (Master, Journeyman, Residential)

  • Conduit Bending Workbook
  • Electric Motor Control (Master only)
  • 2014 National Electrical Code

Exam Details

Master Electrician and Journeyman

  • Code Portion - 80 questions, 180 minutes
  • Theory Portion - 50 questions, 100 minutes
  • Practical Portion (master) - 7 items, 120 minutes
  • Practical Portion (journeyman) - 5 items, 90 minutes

Residential Master and Journeyman Electrician

  • Code Portion - 80 questions, 180 minutes
  • Theory Portion - 50 questions, 100 minutes
  • Practical Portion (master) - 6 items, 60 minutes
  • Practical Portion (journeyman) - 4 items, 60 minutes
  • Minimum score of 75%

Continuing Education

16 hours of related course work, with a minimum of 8 hours on current edition of the National Electric Code every even year.

Applying to Get Your License

$110 nonrefundable to file an application for a license. The exam will cost you $110. Your first license is free and it's good for two years, expiring July 31 of the even-numbered years.

Reciprocity Agreement

Limited agreements exists with Alaska, Minnesota, South Dakota ,Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Oklahoma, Wyoming, and Nebraska.
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