Programs of Study
The two-year Electrical and Power Transmission Technology program is designed to prepare qualified graduates to work in the electrical industry. The curriculum provides a selection of electrical courses that meet the needs of the electrical industry, as well as the goals and desires of the student. Students, with the aid of their advisor, create a degree plan suited for the needs of electricians or line workers.
Candidates for graduation must completed a minimum of 60 hours of course work with a minimum of 32 hours selected from the appropriate ELPT courses to receive an Associate of Applied Science degree. An optional Certificate of Proficiency is also offered where students must complete a minimum of 32 hours of course work.
Program advisor is Paul Harbin, instructor in electrical and power transmission technology.