• Electrical

    Students study industrial, commercial and residential wiring, gaining knowledge and experience for a career as an electrician.  In the classroom, students learn about the National Electrical Code, a must for graduates interested in becoming licensed electricians.  Well-trained seniors are in demand in the workplace; many take advantage of the Cooperative Education program that allows eligible seniors to work in the field.

    Highlights
    Motor control
    Transformers
    Single and three-phase service
    Fire and alarm security systems
    Residential, commercial, and industrial wiring

    Career Opportunities in Electrical
    Entry Level Occupations

    • Electrical Apprentice
    • Electrical Supply Company Worker
    • Electrician’s Helper
    • Solar Energy Installation

    With Experience and/or Advanced Training

    • Business Agent for Electrician Union
    • Electrical Advisory Committee
    • Electrical Contractor
    • Electrical Instructor
    • Journeyman Electrician
    • Master Electrician
    • Teacher
    • Wiring Inspector

    Related Occupations

    • Alarm Installer
    • Electrical Cost Estimator
    • Power Company Lineman
    • Power Plant Operator
    • Service Representative