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Electrical Power Technology Credential

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Two introductory courses in electrical power technology provide an in-depth treatment of generators, motors, and transformers—the fundamental components of electrical power systems. Through integrated laboratory experiences, students practice wiring and testing single-and three-phase systems using components that are fully representative of real-world devices.

A follow-on course in electrical power systems explores large-scale networks for transmitting electrical energy and includes computer analysis and simulation. A final course in commercial electrical design covers the application of the National Electrical Code to power system design in industrial and commercial occupancies.

Electrical Power Technology (Credential) Program Guide