Electric Power Technology

Associate in Applied Science

College Degree Requirements

Prescribed Technical Program53
General Education15
Total Degree Credits68
Plan of Study Grid
Semester ICredits
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
ELPW 111 Introduction to Electrical Industry and Power Grid 3
ENRT 103 Applied Math 3
ENRT 106 DC Fundamentals 2
ENRT 108 AC Fundamentals 3
ELPW 109 Electrical Industry Safety 3
Semester II
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
ENRT 122 Industrial Composition and Communication 4
ELPW 105 Electrical System Fundamentals 3
ELPW 110 Basic Print Reading 3
ELPW 112 Electrical System Components 3
Semester III
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
ELPW 200 Advanced Print Reading 3
ELPW 202 Advanced Industrial Safety 3
ELPW 204 Advanced Electrical Systems 4
ELPW 206 Electrical System Protection 4
Semester IV
Prescribed Technical Program Requirements  
Select any 12 credits: 12
Line Construction Specialization - offered fall semesters  
Transformers (4 credits)  
Underground Line Construction (4 credits)  
Overhead Transmission and Distribution Line Construction (4 credits)  
Substation Specialization - offered spring semesters  
Substation Construction and Maintenance (4 credits)  
Substation Relays (4 credits)  
Substation Operations (4 credits)  
System Design Specialization - offered spring semesters  
Advanced Math (4 credits)  
System Design Basics (3 credits)  
System Design Analysis (3 credits)  
Civil Design (2 credits)  
Metering Specialization - offered fall semesters  
Advanced Math (4 credits)  
Fundamentals of Metering (3 credits)  
Single-Phase Metering and Polyphase Metering (3 credits)  
Advanced Metering Technology (2 credits)  
 Total Credits53
General Education Requirements
Arts & Humanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences
General Education Matrix (Arts & Humanities/Social & Behavioral Sciences)3
Business, Math, Science & Technology (Two areas of study)
General Education Matrix (Business, Math, Science & Technology courses)3
General Education Matrix (Business, Math, Science & Technology courses)3
Communications I
ENGL 110College Composition I (Required)3
Communications II
Select one of the following:3
College Composition II
Introduction to Professional Writing
Fundamentals of Public Speaking
Total Credit15