The electrical field is one of the fastest growing craft occupations and offers high earnings. Graduates from the IEL program can expect to have the knowledge
necessary to pass various maintenance and journeyman electrical licensing examinations that are required for employment in many localities. The IEL program prepares individuals to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrically energized systems such as electric power wiring and industrial process control systems. All students become CPR certified. The three program emphases and the certificate option allow students the flexibility to choose the electrical field that best suits their individual career goals. Graduates can enter careers in schools; hospitals; manufacturing, federal and state government; military-support; building complexes; and residential, commercial, and industrial construction.
Associate of Applied Science with emphasis in Construction
Associate of Applied Science with emphasis in Electronic Controls
Associate of Applied Science with emphasis in Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
One Year Certificate in Electromechanical