Academic Programs

Electric Utility Substation Technology, A.A.S.

 

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Curriculum includes extensive hands-on practice and theory in single and three phase metering, overcurrent and complex relaying, single-and-three phase transformers, regulators, capacitors, generation, transmission, distribution and many other subjects.

Career opportunities include installing and calibrating electrical watt-hour meters, planning and working in electrical substations, testing and installing high voltage and high current relays used in transmission and distribution lines, electrical dispatcher, or a power plant maintenance technician.


COURSE # COURSE TITLE CREDITS
Fall - Year 1
Electric Circuit Fundamentals 3
Electric Circuit Fundamentals Lab 3
Blueprint, Schematics and Transit 3
College Algebra or higher 3
Safety Principles & OSHA  1
Specifications, Testing and Maintenance 2
Credits Fall - Year 1 15
Spring - Year 1
Transformer Banking I 3
Generation, Transmission and Distribution 3
Intro to Microcomputers 3
General Education Or Related Electives 7
Credits Spring - Year 1 16
Fall - Year 2
Transformer Banking II 2
Reclosures and Protective Equipment 2
Protective Relays 2
Electric Motor Controls I 4
Composition I 3
Humanities 3
Credits Fall - Year 2 16
Spring - Year 2
Metering I 3
Regulators and Capacitators 2
Electric Motors Control II 4
Programmable Logic Controllers 4
Credits Spring - Year 2 13
TOTAL CREDITS 60





Notes:

* Humanities Electives from the following:
Art, Foreign Language, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Theatre, Western Civilization

** General Education Electives from:
English, Biology, Chemistry, Philosophy, Theatre, Western Civilization,
Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology


Updated: si 12/20/13