Electrical Technology

Program Information

The program prepares individuals to install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical systems such as residential, commercial, and industrial electrical wiring, conduit systems, commercial lighting, DC motors, AC motors, motor controls, programmable logic control, and electrical distribution panels.

Location of Program:

Poplarville Campus

Program Start:

Fall & Spring Semesters

Program Instructors Contact Information:

Taylor Entrekin
Brian Ladnier

Your natural abilities

  • Enjoy working with your hands
  • Think abstractly
  • Work alone and in a group setting
  • Task-oriented personality
  • Able to develop leadership skills

Classroom knowledge

  • Design a house electrical layout and install in the project house
  • Work a motor control simulator
  • Build a complete programmable logic control project
  • Design special projects from start to completion

Graduation options

  • Career Certificate
  • Technical Certificate
  • Associate in Applied Science

Possible careers in this program:

Careers include but are not limited to Electrician.

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