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When you graduate from this program, you’ll work in manufacturing facilities, processing plants, or even distribution environments for the transference and control of electricity. Wherever power is being used, controlled, generated or moved there’s an opportunity for you to apply learning such as…

  • AC and DC power currents
  • Motor Controls technology
  • National Electrical Code compliance
  • Transformers and Electrical Distribution Systems design
  • Electrical Theory

With our Money-Back Guarantee, you can be sure that you will have a job within six months of graduation or receive a tuition refund. Now that’s the kind of power and control that you can be sure of.


Degree Plans

Students are required to enroll in a First-Year Seminar course, TSTC 1102 Professional Skills, in their first semester attending TSTC unless they have completed more than 24 credit hours. Please see detailed information regarding the course and exemptions in the Catalog and Student Handbook under 07. First Steps at TSTC section 04. First Year Seminar Courses (TSTC 1101 and TSTC 1102).

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