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  Oct 24, 2017
 
2014-2015 General Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical and Power Transmission Technology, AAS (Major Code 6231)


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Offered at the Levelland Campus and SPC Reese Center

The two-year Electrical and Power Transmission Technology program is designed to prepare qualified graduates to work in the electrical industry. The curriculum provides a selection of electrical courses that meet the needs of the electrical industry as well as the goals and desires of the student. Students, with the aid of their advisor, create a degree plan suited for the needs of electricians or lineworkers.

Candidates for graduation must complete a minimum of 60 hours of course work with a minimum of 25 hours selected from the appropriate ELPT/LNWK/LNWC electives to receive an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Two optional Certificates of Proficiency are also offered where all course credit is applicable toward the Associate of Applied Science degree. To qualify for the A.A.S. degree, the student must complete a Capstone Experience during the final semester of the program.

Program advisor is Paul Harbin, assistant professor of electrical and power transmission technology.

Associate of Applied Science Degree

Total Semester Hours: 16


Second Semester


Total Semester Hours: 15/19


Third Semester


  • Humanities Elective*** (3 semester hours)

  • SPCH 1321 - Business and Professional Speech
  • ELPT/LNWK (C) Elective*** (2/3 semester hours)

  • ELPT/LNWK (C) Elective*** (2/3 semester hours)

  • ELPT/LNWK (C) Elective*** (2/3 semester hours)

  • ELPT/LNWK (C) Elective*** (2/3 semester hours)

Total Semester Hours: 14/18


Fourth Semester


Total Semester Hours: 15


Notes


*Although not a requirement, students are strongly encouraged to take EDUC 1100 during the first semester of enrollment.
**CTE related course that may be articulated with high school.
***Consult program advisor for proper choice of courses.

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