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ETP 100 Basic Electrical Theory I (3)
(formerly Electrical Basic Theory I)
This course is designed to provide basic knowledge and basic fundamental concepts of electrical theory, focusing on direct current (d-c), safety precautions, and procedures. Alternating current (a-c), electrical meters, and basic hand tools will also be introduced. (Note: 3 lecture credits)
ETP 120 Basic Electrical Theory II (4)
(formerly ELE 150 Electronics I)
This course is designed to provide intermediate knowledge of electricity, including an in-depth study of alternating circuit (a-c), and its resistance, capacity and inductance within circuits and effects on equipment. The course will provide students with in-depth skills in safe operation of various electrical meters, testing instrumentations and measuring apparatuses during the laboratory. (Note: 3 credits lecture, 1 credit lab)
ETP 130 National Electrical Code (NEC) (3)
This course is designed to provide students with basic knowledge on how to read, understand and locate information utilizing the National Electrical Code manual and handbook relevant to local and National Electrical Codes (NEC) pertaining to Electrical industry requirements with emphasis on Residential Wiring. (Note: 3 lecture credits)
ETP 150 Residential House Wiring (5)
(formerly Applied Residential Wiring)
Prerequisite: ETP 120
This course is designed to provide an advanced knowledge and hands on skills in residential wiring techniques. Laboratory exercises are designed to give students practical experience in different residential wiring techniques. (Note: 3 credit lecture, 2 credits lab)
ETP 299A Cooperative Work Internship (4)
Prerequisite: ETP 150
This course is a one semester, four hours a week practical job experience under the supervision of a licensed electrician. Specific duties and times will be negotiable with a company or workplace. Duties will be documented and performance of students will be rated by company or workplace in consultation with the ETP instructor. (Note: 1 credit lecture 3 credits lab)