Electrical Engineering

Energizing everything

Design and install commercial and residential electrical wiring for power control systems from rough in to finish. Turn engineering diagrams into efficient hydraulic and pneumatic operating systems. Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits for safe and efficient operation 

You Can Be

  • Electrician's helper/apprentice 
  • Electrical production/maintenance worker 
  • Electrical supply sales 
  • Hydraulics/pneumatics technician 
  • Production/maintenance technician 
  • Electrical motor repair

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Career Focus

Prepared for immediate employment with an electrical contractor, apprenticeship, and further education.

What you . . . 

College Credits

Satisfactory completion of this program earns you college credits. See details on our College Partners page. 


Students in the Electrical Engineering program may earn the following industry certifications:

  • OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Certification

Prospective students

You should possess mechanical aptitude, ability in basic math and manual dexterity. 

Electrical Engineering Training

The Electrical Engineering Technologies students acquire the skills for employment in all industrial electric occupations. The students learn in the theory and hands-on application of alternating current, direct current, hydraulics, pneumatics, motor controls, programmable logic controllers and residential wiring.

Using a variety of hand tools and electrical testing equipment, the students learn how to wire a variety of industrial-rated components (relays, motor starters, motors, transformers, timing relays, push buttons, selector switches) and all components used in residential wiring applications. In addition, the students receive instruction in reading residential wiring schematics, motor control schematics, programmable logic controller schematics and hydraulic or pneumatic schematics.