Electrical Wiring Technology
The program prepares students with entry-level job skills as an electrical apprentice in residential and commercial wiring fields, under the supervision of a licensed Journeyman Electrician. Certain courses are offered for individuals who may want to update their present skills. Safety is covered in accordance with procedure and practices of each major component.
Completion of this certificate can be applied toward the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Vocational/Technical Studies.
Institutional Proficiency Requirements
In addition to the courses listed below for this program of study, students must also complete institutional proficiencies of ENG095, MATH075 and READ095 that are outlined on page 77 to meet all graduation requirements.
Program Requirements (30 hours)
|EWRG100||Fundamentals of AC/DC Electricity||4 credits|
|EWRG102||Residential Electricity||4 credits|
|EWRG105||Photovoltaics Design||3 credits|
|EWRG107||Photovoltaics Maintenance and Operation||4 credits|
|EWRG200||Commercial Electricity||4 credits|
|EWRG201||AC/DC Motor Control||3 credits|
|VOC109||Fundamentals of Vocational Education||4 credits|
|VOC117||Blueprint Reading and Construction Math||4 credits|
Program Director: Gary MartinezPhone: (505)454-2522
ACCESS Center Personnel
Director: Renee MaestasPhone: (505)454-5355
Advisor: Melissa LopezPhone: (505)454-5357