Electrical Systems Technology
This curriculum is designed to train technicians for jobs in industry requiring knowledge of electrical and electro-mechanical systems installation, repair, and maintenance. Courses are designed to develop technicians competent in the practical applications of electrical/electronic theory and procedures for industrial machines and controls. Students learn electrical code requirements, to read blueprints and schematics, to determine repair procedures, and to make necessary repairs and/or adjustments.
Graduates will be prepared to maintain computer-based systems, programmable logic controllers, and solid state AC & DC drives that are now becoming commonplace in automation applications.
The graduate of this curriculum is prepared to maintain and service industrial electrical/electronic equipment found in most industrial plants. Extensive training in electrical wiring will prepare graduates for electrical licensing examinations.
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