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The associate of applied science degree with specialization in industrial electricity/electronics
technology is designed to provide the theory and application of principles, procedures and components that technicians encounter in modern industrial environments. Subject matter ranges from fundamental electrical, electronic and digital theory to process control of automated systems. The program also stresses effective oral and written communication, as well as related mathematics and science. The program is supported by application of theoretical concepts via laboratory exercises in modern, well-equipped facilities. The emphasis of the program is to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed to function effectively in the increasingly technical environment of modern industry. Electrical apprentices will find this program to be an attractive way to utilize the credits they have earned while pursuing their journeyman status to complete an associate of applied science degree. Other individuals who are working in industrial-electrical/electronics environments will also find it to be a meaningful path to an associate of applied science degree.

Career Opportunities
Graduates of this program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the following areas:

Industrial electrician
• Electromechanical technician
• Industrial sales technician
• Field service technician
• Automated systems technician




Faculty - Thomas Harrill
Curriculum - Degree Requirements
MDTC 160 Mechanical Drafting and CAD I satisfies computer skills general education requirement
  Program Outcomes