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Residential Wiring Technician Certificate Program

The Residential Wiring Technician program has been designed to prepare the student for employment as a residential wiring assistant.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Program graduates receive a Residential Wiring Technician Technical certificate of credit, which prepares the graduate for entry-level positions in the residential wiring field.

ADMISSIONS CRITERIA

RESIDENTIAL WIRING TECHNICIAN CURRICULUM

The standard curriculum for the Residential Wiring Technician certificate program is designed for the quarter system. Students may enter the program during Fall and Spring quarters. The program may be completed in 2-3 quarters. To graduate, students must earn a minimum of 30 credit hours.

CURRICULUM OUTLINE CREDITS
GENERAL CORE COURSES 5
COL 1000*College Survival Strategies (Institutional Credit Only)(3)
MAT 1012* Foundations of Mathematics (OL) 5
OCCUPATIONAL COURSES25
ELT 106*Electrical Prints and Schematics (OL)4
ELT 119*Electricity Principles II (OL)4
ELT 120*Residential Wiring I5
ELT 121*Residential Wiring II6
IFC 100*Industrial Safety (OL)2
IFC 101*Direct Current Circuits I (OL)4

* "C" or higher is required for designated courses.

(OL) designation indicates course is available online in selected quarters.

PROGRAM COSTS

(Costs are estimates and are subject to change.)

Tuition/Fees: $1,525

Books/Supplies: $750

Tools: $300