Students will learn about direct and alternating currents, resistance, magnetism, inductance and capacitance; install and repair electrical circuits; understand and apply national, state and local electrical codes; and communicate an understanding of magnetism and generators used in electrical motor applications. This program is offered at our Chester campus.

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Degree Requirements and Outcomes

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Tuition Assistance

This program is eligible for G3 tuition assistance for qualified students.

Career Paths

Jobs in this field include electrician and electrical helper.

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Alan Massengill
Program Head, Department of Electrical Technology