Students in the electrical technology Career Academy become familiar with the beginning essentials of electrical operations in residential or commercial construction or industrial maintenance. Students will learn to interpret architectural drawings and electrical code specifications, as well as gain experience wiring a residential home.
This two-year academy includes an introduction to wiring, technical mathematics, blueprint reading, and advanced wiring systems. Classes are held at the Creston campus.
Year 1 - Fall
ELE 178 Introduction to Wiring - 5 credits
MAT 743 Technical Math - 3 credits
Year 1 - Spring
ELE 116 Blueprint Reading I - 1 credit
ELE 174 Blueprint Reading II - 1 credit
ELE 179 Advanced Wiring Systems - 5 credits
Year 2 - Fall
ELE 155 National Electrical Code I - 2 credits
ELE 207 Residential Electrical Services - 3 credits
Year 2- Spring
COM 724, Employment Communications - 3 credits
ELE 177, DC Theory - 3 credits
ELE 195, Motor Control - 3 credits