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Electrical Technology

The Electrical Technology program prepares students to construct, install, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits and systems. Basic knowledge, fundamental skills and industry standards will be emphasized as students learn to work in the field of electrical technology.

Electrical Technology graduates are generally prepared to enter electrical technology programs at selected colleges and universities with junior status.

Learn more: Dwayne Musick, email dmusick@kcc.edu, phone 815-802-8516.
Program coordinator: Pat Klette, email pklette@kcc.edu, phone 815-802-8868.

Four specialization tracks

All degree-seeking students in this program take the same common core of freshman-level courses; however, four specializations are offered for students to develop skills in a specific area of interest.

Industrial Electrical
Technology 
Industrial Instrumentation
& Process Control 
Industrial Machinery
Maintenance 
Renewable Energy
Technology 
A.A.S. A.A.S. A.A.S. A.A.S.
Advanced Certificate Advanced Certificate     

 

Choose one of the four specialization tracks. All courses must come from the same specialization.

Certificate options

Students can earn certificates comprised of small groupings of industrial electrical or renewable energy courses which may satisfy requirements for a particular position in the electrical technology field.