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The Electrical Technology - Concentration: Electromechanical program prepares individuals for employment in electrical and mechanical maintenance fields as entry-level maintenance technicians. With the required technical skills, individuals can diagnose electrical and mechanical problems and make appropriate repairs with minimal down time. The program will also address preventative maintenance issues to prevent maintenance problems from occurring.
The Electromechanical graduate is competent to:
A student desiring to pursue a certificate in Electromechanical Technology must:
Students enrolling in the program must also complete required General Education Courses.
Please contact the following individuals for more information about this program:
Sam Rowell, Dean, Advanced Technologies
Fred Cope, Associate Professor, Electrical Technology
Steve Smith, Instructor, Electrical Technology
Robert (Bob) Wilson, Instructor, Electrictromechanical/Control Systems
Ray Allen, Instructor, Mechanical
Rick Black, Instructor, Mechanical
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