Industrial Manufacturing and Emerging Technologies

Electrical Systems Technology - CCL

Major: 
5844
Effective term: 
2017 Fall
Final term: 
2018 Fall
Award: 
CCL
Total credits required: 
18
Program Availability: 
College-Specific
Description

The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Electrical Systems Technology program curriculum is designed to provide training for persons interested in the installation and maintenance of electrical systems found in commercial and industrial facilities. Training, most of which is hands-on, will include such topics as AC/DC theory, solid state devices, industrial motors and generators, workplace health and safety, and other subjects as local needs require. Graduates of this program should qualify for a variety of careers in electrical fields as an on-the-job trainee or apprentice.

Program notes

Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.

++ indicates any suffixed courses.

Requirements
Credits:15
ELC119Concepts of Electricity and Electronics (3) OR
ELE100Concepts of Electricity and Electronics (3) 3
 
ELC120Solid State Fundamentals 3
ELC210AC Machinery and DC Machinery 3
ELC217Motor Controls 3
ELC218Variable Frequency Drives 3
Restricted Electives
Credits:3
Cannot be shared with Required Courses.
 
Other applicable courses may be substituted with permission, consult with a program advisor for additional details.
 
ELC+++++ Any ELC Electricity course(s)
ELE+++++ Any ELE Electronic course(s)
ELT+++++ Any ELT Electronics course(s)
EEE+++++ Any EEE Electrical Engineering course(s)
PPT120Energy Industry Fundamentals 3
PPT224EMElectrical Components for Maintenance Technicians 1
PPT224EIComponents for Maintenance Technicians 1
PPT224ICInstrumentation and Control for Maintenance Technicians 1
Competencies
  1. Explain the basic principles of AC and DC electricity and describe the uses of electricity in industrial and commercial settings. (ELC119, ELE100)
  2. Define and describe principles, concepts, and devices related to electronics and solid state technology. (ELC120)
  3. Read blueprints and system drawings including flow diagrams, symbols, dimension, tolerance, clearance, and amendments following proper procedures. (ELC119, ELC217)
  4. Demonstrate proper use of tools and electrical/electronics test instruments used in industrial and commercial settings. (ELC119, ELC120, ELC217)
  5. Describe industrial safety precautions related to electrical and machine safety, first response to fire and medical emergencies, safety signs and color codes, recognition of safety and health hazard accident prevention and management. (ELC119, ELC217)
  6. Explain the principles and operation of alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) motors, generators, and alternators. (ELC119, ELE100, ELC210)
  7. Describe the principles of operation and applications of variable frequency drives in commercial and industrial settings. (ELC218)