Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology
Successful completion of the program concludes in the award of an Associate of Applied Science degree.
Certification and Advancement
Workers are generally classified into three levels of technicians based on experience and specialized training: apprentice, journeyman, and senior. Graduates of the Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology program will normally start at the upper apprentice level. With sufficient training both on the job and specialized training provided by the controls manufacturers, an employee can progress to journeyman and senior technician. Candidates with strong mechanical, technical and computer skills are generally preferred.
- Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology (AAS)
- Electrical/Electronic Controls Technology (Certificate)
EECT Coordinator & Faculty
Short URL to this page: www.tjc.edu/EECT
EECT Contact Information
Bryan Baker, Department Chair
Office: STC Lobby
Advising contact: 903-510-2347