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Industrial Electrical Principles & Industrial Electronic Principles, (CERT)


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Program Info

Minimum credits: 40 Electrical/41 Electronic
Length: 3 semesters each, including summer, when suggested full-time course sequence is followed

 

Career opportunities:

Electrician’s Helper: $30,980

*Median salaries & job growth nationwide as of 2018. BLS.gov

Division: Workforce Services
Contact: 434.797.6437
Award: Certificate

Industrial Electrical Principles

Plan Code: 942 CIP Code: 46.0302

The Certificate in Industrial Electrical Principles prepares students to design, draw, construct, analyze, and troubleshoot basic series and parallel AC/DC electrical circuits and understand 3 phase electric power generation.

Industrial Electronic Principles

Plan Code: 925 CIP Code: 15.0303

Program Description

The Certificate in Industrial Electronic Principles prepares students to design, draw, construct, analyze, and troubleshoot basic analog electronic circuits and to set up and operate basic electronic test and measuring equipment.

Program Coordination: These two certificate programs are generally not taken alone but are usually pursued concurrently with either the EEE Technology Diploma or EEE Servicing Diploma, with several overlapping courses and requirements.

Program Outcomes: Graduates will be able to:

  • Design, draw, construct, analyze, & troubleshoot basic series & parallel AC & DC electrical circuits, including all typical circuit elements, & explain the function of each.
  • Design, draw, construct, analyze, & troubleshoot basic analog electronic circuits.
  • Identify, select, set up & operate basic electronic test and measuring equipment including ammeters, ohmmeters, voltmeters, clamp-on ammeters, multi-meters, power supplies, function generators, & oscilloscopes & explain the application of each.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of commercial 3-phase electric power generation.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the fundamentals of networks in an industrial environment.

Industrial Electrical Principles


Industrial Electronic Principles G3


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