Industrial Electronics Technology Associate Degree
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Today's average household consumes 31.5kWh of electricity a day by lighting your home, running your air conditioning or heat, and powering your appliances. Do you ever wonder how that electricity was generated or how that electricity got from the power plant to your house? Ever wondered how a nuclear station works?
The Industrial Electronics program can answer these and many more questions about producing, transmitting, and distributing electrical power. Students gain hands-on experience maintaining and troubleshooting industrial equipment used in today's power plants and manufacturing facilities.
SCHEDULING AND ENTRY OPTIONS
Day and evening classes are available. Day classes are also available at the Easley Campus. Although major courses begin in the Fall Semester, students may enter any term. Full-time students usually complete requirements in five terms. Part-time students, day or evening, should allow nine to eleven consecutive terms to earn the degree. General Education course requirements can be completed at any time during the program. Courses can be completed in any order subject the completion of course prerequisites.
TRANSITION FROM HIGH SCHOOL
Advanced placement opportunities are available to those completing certain high school courses. Click here for more information.
Graduates have the necessary skills to troubleshoot and maintain sophisticated equipment used in modern industrial facilities. Career opportunities include: Electrical and electronic engineering technicians and electrical power-line installers and repairers. Anticipated average salary information is located here.