Electrical Maintenance Technology

This degree program provides an understanding of the installation, operation, maintenance and repair of various electrical systems in electrical and electronic equipment. Electrical maintenance concentrates on the industrial environment and prepares students to maintain and repair electrical/electronic equipment used in government, commercial and industrial facilities.

Graduates can look forward to jobs as electronic service technicians, electrical service technicians, field service technicians, electricians, electrical maintainers and electronic or electrical equipment installers.

The curriculum includes electrical and electronic analysis and fundamentals, digital electronics, electrical and electronic trouble-shooting, digital communications, transformers, National Electric Code, electrical machines, industrial controls, programmable controllers, hydraulics, pneumatics and heating, ventilation and air conditioning. This knowledge is essential for graduates who are required to maintain and repair modern electrical/electronic equipment.

A graduate of this program will earn an associate of applied science degree in electrical maintenance technology.

Associate Degree Course Sequence

SSC101
Student Success Seminar
EET120
DC Circuit Analysis
ITD122
Computer Applications for Professionals
MST121
Blueprint Reading
MTH135
Precalculus – A student may take MTH125 (College Algebra) and MTH130 (Trigonometry) over two semesters to satisfy this requirement.
EET122
AC Circuit Analysis
EET125
Circuit Manufacturing Techniques
EET263
Industrial Sensors and Advanced
 
Applications
MST134
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
ENG124
College Composition
EET123
Electronic Devices and Circuits
EET128
NEC and Electrical Systems Design
EET227
PLCs and Industrial Controls I
MST221
Mechanical Drive Components
ENG221
Technical Report Writing
EET126
Electrical Machines
EET228
PLCs and Industrial Controls II
EST129
Switchgear, Transformers and Controls
 
Arts & Humanities Elective
PHY121
College Physics I with Algebra (lab)

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