Electrical Technology A.S. Degree and Certificate of Achievement
Preparation of students for employment on new and remodeled electrical systems work in residential, light commercial and heavy commercial installations: Employability skills, residential and commercial wiring methods, and electrical system design and estimating skills. Students gain broad-based background skills and hands-on experience wiring typical residential and commercial scenarios. Basic to all topics is the observance and practice of electrical safety for workers and installation of electrical in accordance with the National Electrical Code.
Graduates will be employed as apprentice “inside journeyman” electricians, lighting installers, photovoltaic (solar electrical) system installers, in residential developments, home remodel, light commercial installations such as stores and strip-malls, as well as manufacturing facilities where they will install power, lighting, machine wiring and controls, and motor control systems.
|Course #||Course Title||Units|
|E/ET 203||Basic Electricity||3.0|
|E/ET 204||Technical Mathematics for Electricians||3.0|
|E/ET 223||CAL-OSHA 30-Hour Construction Industry Training||2.0|
|E/ET 217||Residential House Wiring||3.0|
|E/ET 208||Introduction to Photovoltaics||3.0|
|E/ET 226||Lighting Efficiency Technology||3.0|
|E/ET 218||Commercial Wiring||3.0|
|E/ET 221||Motors and Drives||2.0|
|E/ET 207A||National Electrical Code for Electricians 1||3.0|
|E/ET 207B||National Electrical Code for Electricians 2||3.0|
|E/ET 227||Customer Service for the Building Trades||2.0|
|Total Required Units||30.0|