Electrical Construction & Maintenance
Electrical Construction & Maintenance provides broad fundamental training in the principles used to install electrical equipment and the mathematics necessary to plan electrical systems. National electric code and theory are taught throughout the program.
Instruction includes theory, practice, and “hands-on” laboratory exercises, on information from the basics to an in-depth study of residential and commercial wiring systems, lighting design and lighting and control system installation.
Graduates of the Electrical Construction & Maintenance program will find employment opportunities as beginning electricians with electrical contractors, service shops, power companies, electrical industry equipment suppliers and industrial maintenance operations. Students who graduate with an associate’s degree can apply 4,000 hours toward their Journeyman electrical license.