The Electrical Technology program focuses on preparing students for various entry-level electrical positions in industry and the building trades. The study of electrical theory in the classroom and practical application of that theory in labs provide the foundation of this program. The program is versatile in offering three different specializations within the Associate of Applied Science degree. A variety of certificates and diplomas serve as pathways to the AAS degree specializations or as meeting specific training needs
Associate in Applied Science
- General Occupational/Technical Studies with student’s plan of study in Electrical Technology.
- Electrical Technology: 25 credit hours
- Industrial Electrician Option: 54-56 credit hours
- Construction Electrician: 48-49 credit hours
- Electrical Construction: 31-33 credit hours
- Electrician Trainee Level I: 8 credit hours
- Electrician Trainee Level II: 13 credit hours
- Residential Electricity Level I: 14 credit hours
- Residential Electricity Level II: 21-22 credit hours
- Electrical Motor Control Level I: 28-30 credit hours
- Electrical Motor Control Level II: 35-38 credit hours
For program course requirements, consult the MIT Electrical Technology Check Sheet.
There are no special admission requirements for this program. Please consult Maysville’s general admission requirements.
Graduates of the Electrical Technology program are ready for entry level positions in industry and the building trades. According to the Department of Labor’s Occupational Outlook Handbook, the median income for Electrical Technology in 2006 was $43,618.
You can complete the Associate in Applied Science/General Occupational Technical Studies in two years as a full-time student. Diplomas and certificates can be completed in less time depending on your class load.
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Morehead, KY 40351
This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.