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Electrical Technology Specialization: Occupational Safety, Associate of Applied Science

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Program Code: 841-05

The Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Electrical Technology is designed to prepare students for employment in various industries as electrical/electronic technicians. Students develop the practical skills needed to calculate, install, and work with electrical machinery, machine control, and other electrically controlled devices in residential, commercial and industrial environments. In addition, this program also provides students with a comprehensive set of skills that are needed in the electrical industry.

Training options in career specialty areas include program and logic control, industrial and business management, renewable energy technologies, fiber and data cabling, and occupational safety. The degree offers students an in-depth background in electrical fundamentals through theory and hands-on instruction.

Semester Total: 14

Semester Total: 17

Semester Total: 17

Semester 4

Semester Total: 18

Program Total Minimum Credits: 66

Program Footnotes:

1 Eligible courses are listed under General Education Core Requirements . Students should consult with an academic advisor or counselor to choose the appropriate course(s).

2 A higher level of mathematics may be taken and is recommended for students planning to transfer to a four- year college or university.

3 Approved Program Electives:

Choose a course mixture of 12 credits from the following: IND 165 , IND 166 , IND 216 , SAF 120 , SAF 135 , SAF 205 , SAF 246  

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