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Industrial Electricity - General Technology, AAS


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Program Start Date: Any term
Minimum Program Length: 74 academic weeks; 5 terms; 63 credits
Curriculum Code: 35318

Program Description

Students will complete a primary technical specialty in Industrial Electricity and a secondary specialty specific to their educational and career goals.

Practical Experience

Students gain experience constructing electrical circuits, using test equipment, operating motor controllers and working with programmable controllers.

Professional Opportunities

Electrical/electronic equipment installer, electronics salesperson, electrical maintenance technician, general electrical technician.

Unique Aspects

Students must be a graduate of an industrial electricity certificate or diploma program and, aided by their academic advisor, select a secondary specialty that meets their personal and professional career goals. In addition, there is an opportunity to obtain national certification through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) in an assortment of modules related to the field of industrial electricity/electronics.

EEDA Career Cluster:

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics; Architecture & Construction; Manufacturing; Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Total Credits: 63


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Fourth Semester


Fifth Semester


  • Social/Behavioral Science General Education Course 3 Credits
    (Select 1 course from the Social/Behavioral Sciences Section above).
  • Humanities/Fine Arts General Education Course 3 Credits
    (Choose 1 course from the Humanities/Fine Arts Section above).
  • Secondary Technical Specialty
  • MAT 170 - Algebra, Geometry, and Trigonometry I Credits: 3

Total Credits: 63


Program Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to:

  1. Apply basic formulas for electronics and electricity.
  2. Apply safe workplace practices.
  3. Interpret established symbols and terminology common to the electronic and electrical trade.
  4. Function effectively as a member of a technical team.
  5. Develop basic trouble shooting techniques for electronic and electrical circuits.
  6. Demonstrate the ability to speak publicly, listen actively, and respond effectively.

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