Semester hours required for graduation: 35
Advisors: Robert Cooper
This program provides basic and advanced instruction in electricity. A skill-based training program, it is designed to benefit those currently employed in the field and those seeking entry-level job skills. (This program is only offered presently as dual enrollment for high school students.)
A. Major Courses: 35 Credit Hours
EEM 107 Industrial Computer Techniques (2-0-2)
EEM 121 Electrical Measurements (3-0-3)
EEM 115 DC Circuits (3.5-1.5-4)
EEM 116 AC Circuits (3.5-1.5-4)EEM 140 National Electrical Code (3-0-3) EEM 145 Control Circuits (2-3-3)
EEM 165 Residential/Commercial Wiring (3-3-4)EEM 170 Electrical Installation (2-3-3) EEM 215 AC/DC Machines (2-3-3)
EEM 235 Power Systems (2-3-3)
EGR 105 Safety in the Workplace (1-0-1)EGT 123 Industrial Print Reading (1.5-1.5-2)
Gainful Employment: Electrical Technology
Tuition and book costs reflect the projected cost of the complete program.
Graduation times may vary according to course availability and/or individual course load. Consult faculty advisor.
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