The degree in Electrical Controls Engineering Technology degree 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 the West Michigan. This program prepares students to become automation technicians, industrial electricians, electrical panel builders, electrical controls systems installers, and electrical field servicing technicians.
The following course sequences are presented as a guide only. Courses may be taken in any order as long as all requirements (including prerequisites) are met. Students entering this program should meet the college’s minimum entrance requirements in Reading, Mathematics and English.