Electrical Power Engineering TechnicianAssociate in Applied Science (AAS)
Looking for a job in a high-demand field? Do you have good critical thinking skills, strong interpersonal skills, and can handle math? Electrical Power Engineering Technician is the program for you!
Electrical power engineering is critical to maintaining the infrastructure and health of the nation. You will review fossil, nuclear, hydro, wind, and solar energy sources that supply energy to prime movers and generators. You will also design a distribution line, study transmission line designs, and review protective relay schemes for motors, generators, and transmission and distribution lines. Students also operate a bucket truck and take field trips to electrical power generation facilities, dispatch centers, substations, and motor repair facilities.
Strong job placement and exceptional pay await you in this line of work.
Mid-State’s Electrical Power Engineering Technician program is the only program of its kind offered in the Wisconsin Technical College System.
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