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Program Overview

Electrical Technology is a program that provides instruction to develop basic electrician skills, technical knowledge, and related occupational information to prepare you for initial employment in the electrical trade. The class will begin with the basic fundamentals of electricity and progress through all types of residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, including the most advanced solid state motor controls. Throughout the program, instruction will include class work, shop projects, and on-the-job service work.

The actual hands-on training is very essential because it allows you to learn by gaining job experience combined with the related technical information. Applied training will include off-campus service calls in motor control repairs, industrial maintenance, and new or existing commercial/residential wiring. You also become familiar with various electrical systems through on-campus electrical maintenance.

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Program Length

Two Years
August-May

Degree:

Associate of Applied Science
(or Technical Certificate)

Projected Salary
$35,000 – 40,000 per year