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Electronics and Electric Technology
Electronics Technology

Theory and application of electric and electronic systems and components, including circuits, electro-magnetic fields, energy sources, communications devices, radio, and television circuits, computers, and other electric and electronic components and devices.
Units needed for degree: 34 units

Computer Electronics
Computer Engineering Technology

Principles of computer design and circuitry, systems and network architecture and maintenance, components and peripherals, problem diagnosis and repair.
Units needed for degree: 44 units

Telecommunications Technology
Communications Engineering Technology

Application of engineering principles and technical skills to design and implementation of telecommunications systems. Includes communication protocols, data networking, digital compression and signal processing, satellite and microwave technology.
Units needed for degree: 45 units

Electrical Systems and Power Transmission
Electrical Power Technology

Installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and the power lines that transmit electricity. Includes assembly, installation, maintenance and repair of motors, generators, transformers, and related equipment.
Units needed for degree: 46 units

Environmental Control Technology (HVAC)
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems.
Units needed for degree: 31 units

Automotive Technology
Automatic Transmission

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for degree: 33 units

Automotive Technology
Automotive Technician

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for degree: 51 units

Automotive Technology
Engine Performance

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for degree: 37 units

Automotive Technology
Wheel Alignment & Brakes

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for degree: 27 units

Automotive Collision Repair
Advanced Automotive Body & Paint Technician

Repair and refinishing of automotive vehicle panels and bodies, straightening of vehicle frames and unibodies, and replacement of damaged vehicle glass.
Units needed for degree: 47 units

Automotive Collision Repair
Basic Automotive Body & Paint Technician

Repair and refinishing of automotive vehicle panels and bodies, straightening of vehicle frames and unibodies, and replacement of damaged vehicle glass.
Units needed for degree: 35 units

Aeronautical and Aviation Technology
Airframe and Powerplant Technology

Theory of flight and the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of aircraft, aircraft propulsion units, and aerospace vehicles. Includes combined airframe and powerplant mechanics programs.
Units needed for degree: 58 units

Aircraft Electronics (Avionics)
Avionics Technology

Electronic theory, applications and equipment used in aircraft, including installation, maintenance, and repair of aircraft electronic and other operating and control systems.
Units needed for degree: 52 units

Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Computer Numerical Control: CAD/CAM

Engineering principles and technical skills for the manufacture of products and related industrial processes. Includes shaping and forming operations, materials handling, instrumentation and controls, and quality control. Includes Computer Aided Manufacturing and robotics. Also includes optimization theory, industrial and manufacturing planning, and related management skills.
Units needed for degree: 43 units

Machining and Machine Tools
Machinist Standard

Fabrication, assembly and repair of parts and components or systems on machines, such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, milling machines, and shaping machines. Includes Computer Numerical Control and tool design.
Units needed for degree: 31 units

Machining and Machine Tools
Tool & Die

Fabrication, assembly and repair of parts and components or systems on machines, such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, milling machines, and shaping machines. Includes Computer Numerical Control and tool design.
Units needed for degree: 39 units

Welding Technology
Consolidated Welding

Welding techniques, processes, and equipment applied in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, or other specifications.
Units needed for degree: 29 units

Welding Technology
General Welding

Welding techniques, processes, and equipment applied in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, or other specifications.
Units needed for degree: 23 units

Construction Inspection
Inspection Technology

Inspection of new or remodeled structures to determine their soundness and compliance to specifications, building codes and other regulations.
Units needed for degree: 36 units

Water and Wastewater Technology
Water Supply Engineering

Principles, technical skills and equipment used to process, purify, store and distribute potable water, and dispose of waste water. Design, construction, operation, and maintenance of equipment for water or waste water treatment systems.
Units needed for degree: 26 units



Certificates:

Electronics and Electric Technology
Electronics Technology

Theory and application of electric and electronic systems and components, including circuits, electro-magnetic fields, energy sources, communications devices, radio, and television circuits, computers, and other electric and electronic components and devices.
Units needed for certificate: 34 units

Electronics and Electric Technology
General Electrician Certification Training

Theory and application of electric and electronic systems and components, including circuits, electro-magnetic fields, energy sources, communications devices, radio, and television circuits, computers, and other electric and electronic components and devices.
Units needed for certificate: 44 units

Computer Electronics
Computer Engineering Technology

Principles of computer design and circuitry, systems and network architecture and maintenance, components and peripherals, problem diagnosis and repair.
Units needed for certificate: 44 units

Telecommunications Technology
Communications Engineering Technology

Application of engineering principles and technical skills to design and implementation of telecommunications systems. Includes communication protocols, data networking, digital compression and signal processing, satellite and microwave technology.
Units needed for certificate: 45 units

Electrical Systems and Power Transmission
Electrical Power Technology

Installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electrical systems and the power lines that transmit electricity. Includes assembly, installation, maintenance and repair of motors, generators, transformers, and related equipment.
Units needed for certificate: 46 units

Industrial Systems Technology and Maintenance
Mechanical Hydraulics/Pneumatics

Design, construction, maintenance, and operation of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical equipment and related systems, such as production machinery. Includes building and plant maintenance.
Units needed for certificate: 31 units

Environmental Control Technology (HVAC)
Refrigeration & Air Conditioning

Assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems.
Units needed for certificate: 31 units

Diesel Technology
Heavy-Duty Diesel Technician

Repair and maintenance of diesel engines in vehicles, ships, locomotives, and construction equipment, as well as stationary diesel engines in electrical generators and related equipment.
Units needed for certificate: 30 units

Automotive Technology
Automatic Transmission

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for certificate: 33 units

Automotive Technology
Automotive Technician

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for certificate: 51 units

Automotive Technology
Engine Performance

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for certificate: 37 units

Automotive Technology
Wheel Alignment & Brakes

The servicing, maintenance, and diagnosis of malfunctions, and repair and overhaul of components and systems in automotive vehicles.
Units needed for certificate: 27 units

Automotive Collision Repair
Advanced Automotive Body & Paint Technician

Repair and refinishing of automotive vehicle panels and bodies, straightening of vehicle frames and unibodies, and replacement of damaged vehicle glass.
Units needed for certificate: 47 units

Automotive Collision Repair
Basic Automotive Body & Paint Technician

Repair and refinishing of automotive vehicle panels and bodies, straightening of vehicle frames and unibodies, and replacement of damaged vehicle glass.
Units needed for certificate: 35 units

Aeronautical and Aviation Technology
Aviation Maintenance Technician

Theory of flight and the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of aircraft, aircraft propulsion units, and aerospace vehicles. Includes combined airframe and powerplant mechanics programs.
Units needed for certificate: 58 units

Aviation Airframe Mechanics
Airframe Maintenance Technician

Inspection, repair, service, maintenance, and overhaul of airframes and aircraft systems. The program is designed to meet the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for licensing as an airframe mechanic.
Units needed for certificate: 36 units

Aviation Powerplant Mechanics
Powerplant Maintenance Technician

Inspection, repair, service, maintenance, and overhaul of aircraft engines and engine systems. The program is designed to meet the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for licensing as a powerplant mechanic.
Units needed for certificate: 36 units

Aircraft Electronics (Avionics)
Avionics Technology

Electronic theory, applications and equipment used in aircraft, including installation, maintenance, and repair of aircraft electronic and other operating and control systems.
Units needed for certificate: 52 units

Manufacturing and Industrial Technology
Computer Numerical Control: CAD/CAM

Engineering principles and technical skills for the manufacture of products and related industrial processes. Includes shaping and forming operations, materials handling, instrumentation and controls, and quality control. Includes Computer Aided Manufacturing and robotics. Also includes optimization theory, industrial and manufacturing planning, and related management skills.
Units needed for certificate: 43 units

Machining and Machine Tools
Machine Technology

Fabrication, assembly and repair of parts and components or systems on machines, such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, milling machines, and shaping machines. Includes Computer Numerical Control and tool design.
Units needed for certificate: 25 units

Machining and Machine Tools
Machinist Standard

Fabrication, assembly and repair of parts and components or systems on machines, such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, milling machines, and shaping machines. Includes Computer Numerical Control and tool design.
Units needed for certificate: 31 units

Machining and Machine Tools
Tool & Die

Fabrication, assembly and repair of parts and components or systems on machines, such as lathes, grinders, drill presses, milling machines, and shaping machines. Includes Computer Numerical Control and tool design.
Units needed for certificate: 39 units

Welding Technology
Consolidated Welding

Welding techniques, processes, and equipment applied in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, or other specifications.
Units needed for certificate: 29 units

Welding Technology
General Welding

Welding techniques, processes, and equipment applied in accordance with diagrams, blueprints, or other specifications.
Units needed for certificate: 23 units

Construction Inspection
Inspection Technology

Inspection of new or remodeled structures to determine their soundness and compliance to specifications, building codes and other regulations.
Units needed for certificate: 36 units

Water and Wastewater Technology
Water Supply Engineering

Principles, technical skills and equipment used to process, purify, store and distribute potable water, and dispose of waste water. Design, construction, operation, and maintenance of equipment for water or waste water treatment systems.
Units needed for certificate: 26 units