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2019-2020 Catalog

Electrical Controls Engineering Technology, A.A.A.S


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Academic Program Code:  903

The degree in Electrical Controls Engineering Technology prepares students to design, install, troubleshoot, and repair machine electrical systems with an emphasis in manufacturing equipment. Students study the basic operations and control systems which are used in industry today. Courses in this program also cover topics in pneumatics, hydraulics, and mechanical power.

This area of emphasis offers many employment opportunities in West Michigan. This program prepares students to become automation technicians, industrial electricians, electrical panel builders, electrical controls systems installers, and electrical field servicing technicians.

General Education Courses


Select a minimum of 15 credit hours of course work from the General Education Course list.  Course work must be selected as directed from the areas below.

English Composition and Communications


Humanities


Select one (1) Humanities General Education Elective.

Social Sciences


Select one (1) Social Sciences General Education Elective.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics


Select one (1) Natural Sciences Lab/Non Lab General Education Elective or one (1) Mathematics General Education Elective.

General Education Total Credit Hours


15 (minimum)

Program Courses


Program Elective Courses


The number of Program Elective credit hours you will need to complete your degree will depend on the number of credit hours that remain in order for you to reach the 60 credits needed to graduate.  For assistance in developing an academic plan, please see a GRCC advisor or faculty member.

Select Program Elective credit hours from any DR, EL, EG, HVA, or MN courses.

Total Credit Hours


60

Program Notes


Other courses that can be used to meet the MA 107 requirement include:  MA 108 , MA 110 , MA 129 , MA 131 , MA 133 .

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