The Associate in Applied Science Degree in Advanced Manufacturing with a major in Electrical will prepare students in residential, commercial and industrial wiring, transformers, fluid power, national electrical code, motor controls, programmable logic controls (PLCs), AC/DC drives, industrial robotics, technical communications, and solid state devices.
This will benefit those who are seeking apprenticeship and journeyman electrician certification, and for training electricians currently employed in Advanced Manufacturing
Graduates of the Electrical program may become employed as a construction electrician, electrical control technician, industrial electrical maintenance technician, instrumentation technician, robotic technician, PLC programmer or electrical inspector.
According to Lightcast Economic Modeling, the median salary for an electrical career is $60,050.
Note: Salary ranges can vary widely depending on location and many other important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession.