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Electrical Construction & Maintenance Technology

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)Semester Program Outline
Credits
Semester 1
ECM 121 Fundamentals of Electricity 3
ECM 122 Introduction to Residential Wiring 3
ECM 126 Commercial Wiring 3
CCM 220 Residential Construction Prints 1
CPT 101 Microcomputer I 3
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
SS 101 Student Success Seminar 1
17
Semester 2
ECM 123 Principles & Applied Practices of Residential Wiring 3
ECM 124 Advanced Residential Circuit Installation 3
ECM 125 Service Installation & Troubleshooting 3
CCM 227 Commercial Construction Prints 1
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
MAT 101 College Algebra I and Trigonometry 3
16
First Year Totals 33
Semester 3
AMT 221 Programmable Logic Controllers 4
ECM 221 Industrial Motor Control 3
ECM 224 Industrial Maintenance I 3
ENG 211 Communication Theory 3
or ENG 212 Public Speaking
MAT 201 College Algebra II and Trigonometry 3
16
Semester 4
ECM 222 Advanced Motor Control Circuits 3
ECM 225 Industrial Maintenance II 3
CCM 228 Construction Safety 1
ECM 206 Applied Practice and Special Topics OR 4
ECM 207 Internship OR 4
ECM 208 Co-op Educational Experience 4
Elective 2/3
13/14
Second Year Totals 29/30
Program Totals 62/63
Minimum Credits to Graduate 62

 

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