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Energy Institute

Energy Institute Programs

The Energy Institute programs follow a stackable credential model that prepares you for a successful career at all levels. Whether you want to take one course to strengthen your job skills, a college certificate program to prepare you for a certain technical career, or an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree to prepare you to transfer to a Bachelor's degree program, EMCC has it all. Meet with an Applied Technology advisor to select your degree and course of study.

Degree Programs

Industry Recognized Credentials Offered Within Our Courses and Programs:

Why Connect with the Energy Institute at EMCC?

The Energy Institute provides services and opportunities that will enhance your student experience and help you achieve your goals while attending EMCC and beyond.

The Energy Institute is comprised of unique programs that focus on maintenance and operations for power generation and industrial and emerging technologies. Pathways include customizable program options. Students can engage with like-minded individuals and receive specific career guidance.

Hands-on Learning

Are you a hands-on learner? Programs in the Energy Institute emphasize applied learning and hands-on training. Our facilities include two dedicated lab spaces at the EMCC main campus, as well as five industrial training labs at the EMCC/West-MEC Southwest Campus, all of which have been outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment.

Employer Partnerships

Eager to connect with employers? The Energy Institute is continually expanding its partnerships to include major utility companies and advanced manufacturing plants throughout Arizona. Take advantage of opportunities for paid internships and apprenticeships, employer networking, plant tour opportunities, and preparation for pre-employment requirements.