Electrical Systems Technology

Program Description

The Electrical Systems Technology program provides training in the installation and maintenance of electrical/electronic systems found in residential, commercial, and industrial facilities.

Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.

National Center for Construction Education & Research accredited training by NCCER certified instructors.

Hands-on Training

  • Basic Wiring Practices,
  • Conduit Bending
  • Equipment & Setup
  • Industrial Motor Controls

Major Courses of Instruction

  • AC/DC theory
  • Blue Print Reading
  • Codes and Standards
  • Communication Skills
  • Construction Math
  • Digital Electronics
  • Diagnostics
  • Employability Skills
  • Fundamentals of Electricity
  • Industrial Motor Controls
  • The National Electric Code
  • Programmable Logic Controllers
  • Safety/OSHA
  • Wiring

Special Emphasis

  • DC Circuits
  • AC Circuits
  • Digital / Analog

Tools & Equipment

  • Hand Tools
  • Power Tools
  • Gauges
  • Cable Testers
  • Watt meters
  • RF Analyzers
  • Signal Generators
  • Bending Tool

Electrical Systems Technology students can earn

  • The Associate in Science Degree
  • OSHA 10 Card
  • NCCER National Registry Listing
  • Employability Skills Training
  • Career Readiness Certificate
  • National Electric Code Test Preparation

Potential Careers

  • Repair and Maintenance
  • Electrician
  • Manufacturing
  • Utility Worker

Fall 2015 students put textbook knowledge in practice when they built a robot with infra-red sensors which can visualize obstructions and change directions.

Though a still photograph cannot reveal what actually happens, take the photographer’s word for it. The robot approached the foot, stopped, and turned around.

Learn more, contact
J. Richard Garrett, II
Industrial, Construction, & Continuing Education
252-249-1851 X 3015

To enroll contact Admissions.