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Construction Electrical

This programs offers students an Associate of Applied Science or a Certificate in the Construction Electrical field. 

The Construction Electrical program is designed to prepare students for a wide range of opportunities in the construction electrical field. The curriculum incorporates courses in building materials, estimating, planning and scheduling, installations, codes, safety, tools, calculations, and print reading.

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply principles of grammar and vocabulary in the documentation required to perform the duties of a construction electrician. (communication fluency)
  2. Apply Mathematical concepts and practices that are required to properly calculate electrical formulas, and linear measurements. (quantitative fluency)
  3. Evaluate evidence discovered during the diagnosis/troubleshooting of electrical systems and apply those findings to strategies to properly repair these systems. (critical thinking)
  4. Describe the scope and application of principle features of the field of study, including core practices of a construction electrician. (applied learning)
  5. Demonstrate personal and professional ethical behavior as applied to a construction electrician. (specialized knowledge)
  6. Demonstrate mastery of the current terminology in the construction electrician industry. (specialized knowledge)

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Emphasis/Degree Options

Click on the links below to view program requirements for each emphasis or specialization.

Associate of Applied Science

Construction Electrical AAS Program Sheet

Technical Certificate

Construction Electrical Technical Certificate Program Sheet

 

Career Pathways

Career pathway programs prepare students for employment in industries while also providing a stepping stone to an associate degree, bachelor’s degree and beyond. Learn more about career pathways.

Career Pathways Certificate Length of Program
Construction Electrical 2 semesters (30 credits)

Gainful Employment

Construction Electrical Worker - 46.0301

Career Options

Apprentice electrician
Journeyman electrician
Electrical installer
Maintenance and repair technician