Electrical Technology

The Electrical Technology program is designed to provide the student with an opportunity to acquire the skills, knowledge, and understanding needed to enter the occupation as an entry-level electrician.

The program provides a balance of theory and hands-on experience for the electrical construction and industrial maintenance fields. Included are elements of residential, commercial, and industrial wiring methods, industrial equipment, and maintenance, as well as tool and equipment use, basic electricity/electronics, rotating machines and controls, and the National Electrical Code. The Associate degree program includes two minor options in related programs to give students multi-craft training. General education courses help students learn communication and math skills. The Certificate program prepares students for entry-level technician positions.

View Electrical Technology Brochure (PDF)

Department Faculty

Alicia Simon, Electrical Technology  |  251.665.4117  |  asimon@bishop.edu
Richard Ellison, Electrical Technology  |  251.665.4135  |  rellison@bishop.edu

For degree requirements, see the Course Catalog. For current class offerings, see Class Schedules.