Industrial Electricity Certificate

This curriculum is designed to prepare a student for employment as an industrial electrician or an industrial electrical worker. In order to become a licensed electrician students must complete an apprenticeship through an employer. Upon completing this program students will be prepared to work as an electrician, machine maintenance electrician, electrical control panel builder, or electrical machine builder. Students planning to continue with an associate’s degree should consult with an MCC counselor.

ELTC 101AL&L – Electricity-Basic 4
ELTC 103 – Residential Wiring 3
ELTC 104A – Basic Industrial Robots 3
ELTC 150 – Industrial Electricity 3
ELTC 152 – National Electrical Code 3
ELTC 160L&L – Programmable Controllers 3
ELTC 220 – Electrical Troubleshooting 3
HP 101 – Hydraulics/ Pneumatics 3
Choose One (1) Course From: 3-5
MATH 109A – College Algebra
MATH 141 – Precalculus
TMAT 101A – Technical Math I
TMAT 102A – Technical Math II
TMAT 201 – Technical Math III
Total 28-30

Source: MCC 2023-24 Catalog