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Introduction to Electrical Technology
The electrical field continues to grow in its scope and employment opportunities due to technological advances as well as economic changes and expansion. Electrical work is becoming more complex with electronics, microprocessor based controls, and data communications integrated into residential, commercial, and industrial electrical systems. This increasing complexity is creating an ever-growing need for well trained and qualified licensed electricians and electrical technicians.
Classroom instruction highlights contemporary and evolving electrical technologies applications. Students enrolled in the program will be provided with the opportunity to be issued a NH electrical apprentice identification card. The identification card will allow the student to earn practical working experience hours, as well as related classroom hours in accordance with NH electrical apprenticeship requirements.
The Associate Degree classes are held during the day and in the evening to accommodate a variety of scheduling needs. Students who attend full time during the day are able to complete the program in two calendar years, once any necessary developmental coursework is completed. Evening students will take a minimum of four years to complete the program.