The Electrical Technology program teaches the theories and principles of the operation of electrical appliances, equipment, and machines; the installation and Auxiliary Services of motors, transformers, industrial controls, and programmable logic controllers; and preparation for the journeyman electrician examination. A variety of related laboratory projects allows students to put into practice the knowledge and skills gained. Projects requiring interpretation of the National Electrical Code for correct installation and material use will be assigned to test proficiency in this area of instruction. Students will have an opportunity to take the nationally recognized Electrical NOCTI test.
Prerequisite/Corequisite Coursework if Required by Placement Testing
*Substituting ILT equivalent may result in accruing a greater number of credit hours than is required for Electrical Technology Certificate completion. ILT coursework does not include NCCER assessment.