ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

This degree program is designed to prepare students for entry level employment in the electrical trade. The program will also provide students with the skills needed to effectively understand and analyze in settings where electrical power and control systems are utilized. Proper maintenance and repair of electrical equipment will be covered, as well as instruction to ensure that proper safety guidelines are followed at all times.

Degree Requirements

General Education Requirements

Class Description Credits
Communication
ENG 150 Introduction to Literature 3
ENG 151 Freshman Compostion 3
SPH 153 Introduction to Speech 3
Total: 9
Information & Technology Literacy
ICT 150 Introduction to Computers 3
Total: 3
Critical Thinking
MAT 151 Intermediate Algebra 3
PHSCI 150/150L Physical Science 4
Total: 7
Global Awareness & Cultural Competence
Select one 3 credit course from the following options and HIS 162 for a total of six (6) credits
HIS 150 American History I 3
HIS 151 American History II 3
HIS 170 World Civilization I 3
HIS 171 World Civilization II 3
HIS 162 Pacific History
(required)
3
Total: 6
Personal Development & Responsibility
PSY 150 Introduction to Psychology 3
OR
HEA 150 Introduction to Health Science 3
Total: 3
Total GER Credits: 28

Co-Foundational Requirements

Class Description Credits
ETP 100 Basic Electrical Theory I 3
ETP 120 Basic Electrical Theory II 4
ETP 130 National Electrical Code (NEC) 3
ETP 150 Residential House Wiring 5
ETP 299 Cooperative Work Internship 4
Total Co-Foundational Credits: 19

Program Requirements

Class Description Credits
BPR 200 Blueprint Reading 3
CARP 100 Hand Tools & Power Tools 3
MAT 155 Vocational Technical Mathematics 3
ELE 170 Consumer Electronics 4
Total Program Credits: 13

Total Credits

Class Credits
General Education Requirements 28
Co-Foundational Requirements 19
Program Requirements 13
Total Credits: 60