Mar 25, 2018  

Electrical-Construction Technology CSC

Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: 2017-2018 NRCC Catalog - Programs by Degree Type

*First and second semester courses offered as dual enrolled courses for the high schools only.

For related EIE programs, see Related Programs Listing .

Purpose: The career studies certificate program is a response to the non-conventional short-term program of studies needed by many adults within the college’s region. It offers a series of specialized program options which represent a wide variety of adult career and academic interest course areas. The options within this program are intended to represent the minimum amount of college course work considered representative of these fields of study. Each of the program options is designed as a distinct “mini-curriculum” within a broader range of adult educational possibilities.

Admission Requirements: Applicants should meet the general requirements for admission to the college. Placement tests may be required in some areas.

This program is designed to provide entry-level skills for an individual to enter into the electrical technician field in the construction area. This will prepare the student for entry skills for employment as assistant technicians who can assist in the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment in buildings. The first and second semester courses are only offered as dual enrolled courses for the high schools. The third semester courses are a pathway to the Electrical Engineering Technology AAS  , Instrumentation and Control Automation Technology AAS  , and Electronics Technology AAS  degree programs.

For more information about our graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, please visit our website at

*First Semester (Fall)

Total: 6 credits

*Second Semester (Spring)

Total: 6 credits

Total: 16 credits

Total Credits: 28

Return to {$returnto_text} Return to: 2017-2018 NRCC Catalog - Programs by Degree Type