Programs of Study Home | Programs of Study | Electrical & Electromechanical Technology Placement rate is98%Electricians, technicians, inspectors, and specialists. Numerous industry jobs await you. Placement Placement rate is98%Electricians, technicians, inspectors, and specialists. Numerous industry jobs await you.Placement Placement rate is98%Electricians, technicians, inspectors, and specialists. Numerous industry jobs await you.Placement Faculty SpotlightMike StalkerMike has many years of hands-on training and work experienceMore Electrical & Electromechanical Technology Featured Videos SCC students possess needed skills: Video SCC Manufacturing, Precision Machining and Electrical-Electromechanical Programs: video Employer Rosenboom Video Kansas Company seeks SCC grads ASCC Capacitors Employer video Employer: SCC education offers high quality WelcomeSCC’s Electrical & Electromechanical Technology program trains technicians to operate, test and maintain unmanned, automated, servo-mechanical or electromechanical equipment. Electrical engineering technicians help design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment; radar, industrial and medical monitoring or control devices; navigational equipment; and computers. Electromechanical engineering technicians combine knowledge of mechanical engineering technology with knowledge of electrical and electronic circuits to design, develop, test, and manufacture electronic and computer-controlled mechanical systems.You're a Good Fit for this program because . . .OverviewFor decades, SCC’s Electrical and Electromechanical Technology program has served the construction and manufacturing industries, power companies, design engineers and maintenance fields with highly trained graduates.MissionThe mission of the Electrical Technology program is to prepare students for employment in residential, commercial or industrial wiring. This includes training for careers in public utilities, sales, maintenance, service and repair. The mission of the Electromechanical Technology program is to prepare students to become employed as maintenance supervisors, machine repair technicians and service representatives. This includes training for careers in hydraulic, pneumatics, power transmissions and engineering assistants. Electrical Technology FocusElectrical students receive classroom instruction on many topics, including fundamental electrical principles, the National Electrical Code, residential, commercial and industrial wiring, repair and maintenance of electric motors and generators, variable speed drivers and digital control systems, predictive maintenance, programmable logic controllers, robotics, and communication systems, including fiber-optics, data communication and alarm systems. Approximately half of the training time will take place in a laboratory setting where students will apply classroom theory. Electromechanical Technology FocusElectromechanical students focus on electrical principles, manufacturing processes, welding, electrical and mechanical repair of machinery, hydraulics, electric motors and generators, and many other components and processes directly related to electromechanical technology. Through concentrated classroom and hands-on learning, students acquire the ability to construct circuits and do computer aided drafting of mechanical components. Laboratories provide ample opportunity to apply classroom theory and specialized skills. Double Focus OpportunityStudents from either focus may choose to enhance their education by completing approximately 33 credit hours of additional training to become proficient in both focus areas. Electromechanical students focus on electrical principles, manufacturing processes, welding, electrical and mechanical repair of machinery, hydraulics, electric motors and generators, and many other components and processes directly related to electromechanical technology. Through concentrated classroom and hands-on learning, students acquire the ability to construct circuits and do computer aided drafting of mechanical components. Laboratories provide ample opportunity to apply classroom theory and specialized skills.Employment OutlookOverall employment of technicians is expected to grow about as fast as the average for all occupations, but projected growth and job prospects vary by specialty. Opportunities will be best for individuals with an associate degree or extensive job training in engineering technology. Graduates report an average starting salary at $19.90 per hour and a high wage of $28.85 per hour.Starting TermsSummer Quarter, Winter Quarter.Electrical & Electromechanical Technology - AASCurriculumELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS FOCUSTake the following.ELEC-1131 DC PrinciplesELEC-1217 AC PrinciplesELEC-1337 Sketching & CADELEC-1344 Motor ControlsELEC-1356 Fluid PowerWELD-1184 Welding for ELT/ELMELEC-1436 Power Transmiss & LubricantsELEC-1446 Industrial Machine & Mech SysELEC-1464 Transformer Three Phase SystemELEC-1474 Predictive Maintenance PrinciplesELEC-2534 Programmable Logic ControllersELEC-2546 Electrical Machine ControlsELEC-2555 Ind Communications & Alarm SysELEC-2564 Industrial Electronic ControlsELEC-2614 Robotics & Intergrated AutomationELEC-2624 Programmable Logic Controllers Programmable Logic Controllers IIMACH-1121 Manufacturing ProcessesMACH-1131 Manufacturing Processes II for ElectromeBSAD-2155 Career Transition & Management StrategieELECTRICAL SYSTEMS FOCUSTake ELEC-1131 ELEC-1217 ELEC-1336 ELEC-1344 ELEC-1365 ELEC-1464 ELEC-1474 ELEC-1495 ELEC-2534 ELEC-2546 ELEC-2555 ELEC-2564 ELEC-2614 ELEC-2624 BSAD-2155 ELEC-1131 DC PrinciplesELEC-1217 AC PrinciplesELEC-1336 CAD & Electrical EstimatingELEC-1344 Motor ControlsELEC-1365 Residential/Commercial WiringELEC-1464 Transformer Three Phase SystemELEC-1474 Predictive Maintenance PrinciplesELEC-1495 Industrial WiringELEC-2534 Programmable Logic ControllersELEC-2546 Electrical Machine ControlsELEC-2555 Ind Communications & Alarm SysELEC-2564 Industrial Electronic ControlsELEC-2614 Robotics & Intergrated AutomationELEC-2624 Programmable Logic Controllers Programmable Logic Controllers IIBSAD-2155 Career Transition & Management StrategieCOMPUTER COURSE REQUIREMENTSSelect one group:GROUP 1 IS NORMAL FOR MILFORD CAMPUSBSAD-1010 Microsoft Applications IGROUP 2 IS NORMAL FOR LINCOLN CAMPUS STUDENTSINFO-1121 Microsoft Word & PowerPointINFO-1131 Microsoft ExcelTAKE GROUP 3 OR 4 IF CONSIDERING TRANSFER.INFO-1010 Computer LiteracyGENERAL ED REQUIREMENT CORETake SPCH-1090 or SPCH-1110 or SPCH-2810.SPCH-1090 Fund of Human CommunicationsSPCH-1110 Public SpeakingSPCH-2810 Business & Professional CommunTake ENGL-1010 or ENGL-1015.ENGL-1010 Composition IENGL-1015 Composition & LiteratureTake MATH 1050 or higher Knowledge of right angle trigonometry is required.MATH-1080 Algebra & TrigonometryMATH-1100 Intermediate AlgebraMATH-1150 College AlgebraMATH-1180 Elementary StatisticsMATH-1200 TrigonometryMATH-1300 PrecalculusMATH-1400 Applied CalculusMATH-1600 Calc & Analytic Geometry IMATH-1050 Thinking MathematicallyMATH-2030 Contemporary MathematicsTake one course from PHYS-1017, PHYS-1150, PHYS-1410PHYS-1017 Technical PhysicsPHYS-1150 Descriptive Physics (with Lab)PHYS-1410 Elementary General Physics IGENERAL ED REQUIREMENTTake 1 course from the Social Science or Humanities General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduANTH-1020 Intro to Cultural AnthANTH-1120 General AnthropologyECON-1200 Personal FinanceECON-2110 Principles of MacroeconomicsECON-2120 Principles of MicroeconomicsGEOG-1420 World Regional GeographyHIST-1000 Western Tradition IHIST-1010 Western Tradition IIHIST-2010 Amer Hist I (Early America)HIST-1820 Survey of Asian HistoryHIST-2010 Amer Hist I (Early America)HIST-2020 Amer Hist II (Late America)HIST-2100 Survey World Hist to 1500 CEHIST-2110 World History since 1500 CEHIST-2960 Survey of African American HisPOLS-1000 American GovernmentPOLS-1080 Intro to Political SciencePOLS-1040 Comparative PoliticsPOLS-1600 Introduction to International RelationsPSYC-1250 Interpersonal RelationsPSYC-1810 Introduction to PsychologySOCI-1010 Introduction to SociologySOCI-1020 Diversity in SocietySOCI-2150 Issues of Unity and DiversityARTS-1010 Intro to Visual Arts (Art Appreciation)ARTS-1050 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IARTS-1060 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IIARTS-2650 Intro to Native America ArtARTS-2750 Women in ArtGERM-1010 Beginning German IHUMS-1100 Introduction to HumanitiesHUMS-1200 Contemporary Arts & IdeasMUSC-1010 Introduction to MusicMUSC-2750 Introduction to American MusicMUSC-2800 World MusicMUSC-2870 History of Rock MusicPHIL-1010 Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL-1060 Applied EthicsPHIL-1150 Intro Logic/Critical ThinkingPHIL-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsRELS-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsSIGN-1010 Beginning ASL ISPAN-1010 Beginning Spanish ITHEA-1010 Introduction to TheatreTHEA-1140 Basic ActingRequirementsComplete and submit an Application for Admission form and return it to SCC's Milford Campus. Students accepted for this class will be chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.All applicants are responsible for scheduling an appointment to take the COMPASS test. ACT scores may be accepted. Please call the SCC Milford Campus Assessment Office, 402-761-8202 or 1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8202 for an appointment. For questions about applications to SCC's Milford Campus, please call 1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8448. For a tour of the Electrical & Electromechanical Technology program, please call 1-800-933-7223, Ext. 8243.Meet college student conduct and attendance standards.Follow designated safety procedures while on campus.Participate in all learning activities at the scheduled times, complete and submit required assignments and projects by the required due date.Be responsible for program costs: tuition, fees, books and tools.CostsIt appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. 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