Providing quality, hands-on training for graduates to enter the workforce
Key Program Features
Electricity is an integral part of our everyday lives — from home wiring to industrial equipment. At LLCC, students gain practical hands-on experience in the maintenance of both residential and commercial electrical systems. Program courses cover AC and DC circuits, AC industrial controls, electronic devices, industrial wiring, circuits and mechatronics. Students are prepared to enter the workforce in electrical and electronics repair, commercial and industrial equipment maintenance/repair, semiconductor processing or an electrician apprenticeship.
Employment in electrical and electronics repairers of commercial and industrial equipment had a median annual salary of $58,110 in 2018. Employment in this field is projected to grow 2.4 percent from 2016 through 2026, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Employment in electrical and electronics repair and commercial and industrial equipment maintenance shows more competition; however, qualified individuals with associate degrees and/or certificates should have an advantage over those without post-secondary education.
Degree and Certificate Programs
LLCC offers the following programs to successfully equip you for a career in the commercial electrical maintenance field. Learn more about the course requirements for each program:
View commercial electrical maintenance classes in the course schedule. Visit www.llcc.edu/course-schedule for more information on exploring class options.
Investment in Your Future
2019-2020 tuition for the courses in this program have a standard, in-district rate of $131.50 per credit hour. Fees are $11 per credit hour. Get more information on tuition and fees.
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