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  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
St. Philip’s College Schedule/Catalog 2015-2016 [Archived Catalog]

Applied Electrical and Mechanical Technology


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The Applied Electrical and Mechanical Technology Department offers a wide variety of Academic and Professional degrees and certificates to meet the needs of our students. Day and night classes are available. AAS Degrees are offered in Biomedical Technology, Computer Maintenance, Computer Maintenance with Ciisco Specialization, Electrical Trades, Electronics Instrumentation, Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning, Power Generation and Alternative Energy and Refrigeration.

 A certificate is offered in Air Conditioning and Heating, Computer Maintenance with Cisco Specialization, Cisco Systems Networking, Electrical Trades, Electronics Assistant, Power Generation and Alternative Energy and Refrigeration. Marketable Skills Achievement Award Certificates are offered in Air Conditioning Systems installation and Service, Human Patient Simulators, Power Generation and Alternative Energy. An Enhanced Skills Certificate is offered in Healthcare Technology Management.

 Classes are sequenced and only offered once each year. Students should take the class when offered or they will experience a one year delay in graduation. In some unique cases, credit can be given for industry experience or, alternatively, students can challenge a course by taking and passing a departmental exam. Regular tuition and fees apply when students challenge a course. Some programs have requirements for background checks and/or drug testing. Background checks and drug tests are at the student’s expense.

Programs and Courses - Applied Electrical and Mechanical Technology

 

Applied Electrical and Mechanical Technology

Programs

Associate of Applied Science

Marketable Skills Achievement Award

Level I Certificate

Enhanced Skills Certificate

Courses

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