*Program courses not presently offered. Prospective students are strongly encouraged to consult with the associate dean who is overseeing this program area prior to declaring as their official degree.
The Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Technology prepares graduates for careers in Electrical Technology with an emphasis on electrical theory, as well as the skills in maintenance and installation necessary to be successful residential and industrial technicians. Topics of study include residential and industrial electricity, power distribution systems, electric motors and controls, and low-voltage system installation and maintenance. Students are given opportunities to work in teams and to develop the communication skills necessary to be successful in the workplace. Workplace safety is emphasized throughout the program of study. For more information regarding the AAS, Electrical Technology, see the Electrical Technology webpage.
The Electrical Technology program is offered on the Bullhead City Campus in Bullhead City.
Note: For a course to be eligible for transfer, the student must receive a “C” or better. Acceptance of a transfer course is determined by the receiving institution.