Graduates of the Energy Technology Electrical Specialization program are trained in the job skills necessary for employment as a beginning electrician in both residential and commercial fields. Graduates will find employment in various industries and service sectors as electricians or electronic technicians. Course work includes a strong emphasis in electrical technology with related courses in computer applications, quality control, teamwork, and communication.
Opportunities for Employment
Graduates can expect to find employment as entry level or apprentice electricians or HVAC technicians in the residential and commercial construction industry, or as industrial maintenance technicians.
Students are required to take English and mathematics placement tests. Developmental classes in these areas may be required. Students may not take a course out of normal sequence without the approval of your instructor.
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Energy Technology Electrical Specialization (820-01)
PROGRAM OF STUDY FIRST YEAR FALL
|Course #||Course Title||Credit|
|BLD||110||Introduction to Construction||3|
|Students are eligible for NCCER Construction Core|
|AIR||111||Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls I||3|
|AIR||281||Energy Management I||3|
|ELE||131||National Electrical Code I||3|
|ELE||140||Basic Electricity and Machinery||4|
|Students are eligible for NCCER Level I Electrical|
|SDV||100||College Success Skills||1|
|FIRST YEAR SPRING|
|MTH||111||Basic Technical Math||3|
|ELE||132||National Electrical Code II||3|
|ELE||156||Electrical Control Systems||3|
|AIR||112||Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Controls II||3|
|ELE||110||Home Electric Power||3|
|SECOND YEAR FALL|
|ETR||218||Industrial Electronics Circuits||4|
|ELE||110||Home Electric Power||4|
|IND||137||Team Concepts and Problem Solving||3|
|ENG||111||College Composition I||3|
|SECOND YEAR SPRING|
|ELE||298||Seminar & Project||3|
|Social Science Elective||3|
|Total Program Credits||68|
1Prerequisite ELE 140 or equivalent
*Please consult with your advisor on the availability of courses and possible prerequisites and course substitutions.