Why Choose Electrical Technology?
Electrical Technology teaches students the skills for the electrical industry in the capacity of a beginning electrician. Students will compare, contrast and apply basic electrical theory and other major portions of the electrical field. Training and skills demonstrated by the student in this program are crucial to safe entry into electrical apprenticeships in the electrical field.
What are the degree and certificate options
- Certificate, Electrical Technology
- Certificate, Electrical Technology: Apprenticeship Option
- Certificate, Electrical Technology: General Electrician Trainee
- Certificate, Solar Photovoltaic Installation Technician
- Associate in Science, Electrical Technology
For Degree and Certificate requirements, please visit the College Catalog.
What can I do with my degree?
Students who successfully complete the Electrical Technology certificate program demonstrate skills in the electrical industry in the capacity of a beginning electrician, preferably as an indentured electrical apprentice where the students compare, contrast, and apply basic electrical theory and other major portions of the electrical field.
Students demonstrate knowledge for safe entry into electrical apprenticeships in the electrical field for programs like the IBEW's (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee, WECA (Western Electrical Contractors Association) electrical apprenticeship, or ABC program (another indentured electrical apprenticeship program).
Consumer Information and Cost
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Who is teaching Electrical Technology?
- Ruben Martinez (Adjunct)
- David Thomas
- Mary Jo Zimmerman
- IBEW Local Union 595 (Apprenticeship Option)