The Industrial Electrician program prepares individuals to install, troubleshoot, and repair wiring, electrical equipment, and other electrical devices used in the industrial environment, such as motors (AC and DC drives), transformers, control systems, industrial instruments, PLC’s, and lighting systems. Program specialties emphasize safe and efficient work practices and basic occupational skills. They are organized into competency-based courses that specify occupational competencies, which the student must successfully complete. Areas of study also include all applicable codes and standards of blueprint reading, and wiring diagram interpretations, which are appropriate to the area.
- All graduating students within the School of Industrial Technology (INDT) are required to do the following to fulfill graduation requirements:
- Complete the INDT Graduation Packet (PDF/opens new window) prior to the start of their final semester.
- Apply online (LoLA) (opens new window) for graduate status after registering for final semester courses. Instructions for applying through the LoLA website can be found on the last page of the graduation packet (PDF/opens new window).
- All graduating students must meet the institution’s requirements identified here.
CIP Code: 460302
Program Type: Associate of Applied Science
Program Length: 60 Semester Credit Hours