About the Program

The Industrial Electricity/Electronics Diploma program emphasizes theory and hands-on training in electrical wiring, including the applications to residential, commercial and industrial installations. Although basic installation of electrical components is an important part of the technician’s job, increased emphasis has been placed on wiring and programming of programmable logic controllers. Entry-level positions for graduates are available with local electrical contractors, industrial plants, hospitals, power companies, government agencies and other related businesses.
 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Students are required to purchase a set of small hand tools at an approximate cost of $100.
  • Courses taken in this program may be applied toward the Associate in Applied Science in General Technology degree program if the student later elects to pursue the degree

 

Courses

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IDClass TitleCH
ENG-101 English Comp I 3
MAT-155 Contemporary Mathematics 3
  Approved Social and Behavioral Science Course 3
 Credit Hours9

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