The Advanced Texas Electrical Cooperative Certificate is designed to assist qualified students, who are currently employed with members of the Texas Electrical Cooperative (TEC) group and receive training through TEC. The Electrical Utility Technician Certificate is a prerequisite to the Advanced Texas Electrical Cooperative Certificate. Students must complete a sequence of coursework selected by the TEC. Students completing the curriculum, which includes a capstone experience in the final semester, will receive a Certificate of Proficiency. This curriculum is only available to students currently receiving training through a TEC member cooperative.
This is a TSI-waived cerificate. Students declaring this major are not subject to the TSI regulations unless they enroll in a course outside the prescribed curriculum.
Offered at the Levelland Campus
Levelland campus program advisor is Paul Harbin, assistant professor of electrician and power transmission technology. Reese Center program advisor is Michael Hawk, instructor in electrician and power transmission technology.