Get the basics and get moving in a career in Electrical Maintenance. The Electrical Maintenance Certificate program prepares students for entry level careers as electrical equipment installation and repair technicians in a variety of industries. The program was developed in response to industry needs for technicians with a basic understanding of the general concepts that govern complex electronic systems.

Circuit Analysis I Lab includes basic experiments in electric circuits. It includes series and parallel circuits, and basic instrumentation. Students conduct experiments involving Ohm's and Kirchoff's Laws and Thevenin's Theorem. Troubleshooting technique for basic electric circuits is also covered. Co-requisite: Circuit Analysis I.


Microprocessors I Lab consists of experiments in microprocessors designed to support A+ certification. Students build, configure, upgrade, and repair microcomputer systems while using diagnostic programs. Co-requisite: Microprocessors I.

Microprocessors I is a study of microprocessor systems theory and service in support of A+ certification. Basic computer operation, troubleshooting, construction, operating systems, input/output, disk drives, peripherals, and advanced architectures are examined. Co-requisite: Microprocessors I Lab.

Digital Circuits I Lab consists of laboratory experiments involving all digital circuits analyzed in the associated lecture courses. Students build and test experimental circuits and use troubleshooting techniques with digital instrumentation. Co-requisite: Digital Circuits I.




Digital Circuits I covers numbering systems to include binary, octal, and hexadecimal that lead into an analysis of logic circuitry. Students explore gating circuits, combinational logic, counters, and registers. Co-requisite: Digital Circuits I Lab.

Circuit Analysis I introduces the principles of electric circuits. It includes the study of voltage, current, resistance, power, energy, magnetism, electromagnetism, capacitors, inductors, and transformers. Students analyze these devices in series, parallel, seriesparallel circuits as well as motors and generators, using AC and DC voltage. Co-requisite: Circuit Analysis I Lab.

Technical Mathematics includes operations with real numbers, use of fractions, ratios, measurement conversion, algebraic equations, functions, geometry, and right angle trigonometry. Applications are designed to the program specific needs that students encounter in industrial settings.