Industries require multi-faceted technicians to install and maintain electrical systems and automated and process control systems, which are increasingly sophisticated and complex and require specialists to install, troubleshoot and maintain.


*The Electrical and Automation Engineering Technology will not run for the 2020/21 school year.

The Electrical and Automation Engineering Technology program prepares students for exciting and well-paying career paths in the field of electrical power and automation. All manufacturing processes rely on electricity, electronics, communications, and motion controls. The program provides sound theory reinforced by extensive laboratory applications which reflect the expectations and responsibilities of graduates in the workplace.
Students receive a solid foundation in DC/AC theory, digital and analog electronics, electrical machines and transformers, basic wiring techniques, motor controls, data communications, and automation systems. Students will also have the opportunity to become Fanuc Robotics certified.