2018-19 Catalog 
  
    Dec 11, 2018  
2018-19 Catalog

Electrical & Instrumentation Technology - AAS


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The Electrical & Instrumentation Technology degree is designed to prepare students for positions in the installation, repair and maintenance of commercial electrical and electronic equipment.

Credit Hours Required: 60-67

Note: Freeport McMoRan, Inc. and Asarco sponsor mining programs designed to prepare students for direct employment in the mining industry. There are special admission requirements for these programs. Call 928.776.2002 for details.

 

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General Education Requirements


  1. Foundation Studies (12 credits)
    1.   Credits: 6
    2.   Credits: 3
    3.   Credits: 3
  2. Area Studies (7 credits)
    1.   Credits: 4
    2.   or   Credits: 3

Select one Concentration below and complete the requirements


A. Electrical & Instrumentation Technology Concentration (20 credits)


Program Outcomes


Upon successful completion of the Electrical and Instrumentation Technology Degree program, the learner will be able to:

  1. Troubleshoot direct and alternating current circuits. (ELT 111, ELT 112)
  2. Troubleshoot digital, microprocessor and programmable controller-based circuits. (ELT 162, ELT 165,  ELT 183)
  3. Troubleshoot solid-state and communication circuits. (ELT 126, ELT 221)
  4. Troubleshoot pneumatic and hydraulic systems. (MET 160, WLD 113)
  5. Utilize Microsoft Office to create Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint files. (AGS 101 or CSA 126)

Option A:

  1. Troubleshoot process control instrumentation and motor control circuits. (ELT 171, ELT 272)
  2. Troubleshoot pre-bugged equipment including symptom recognition, fault isolation and repair. (ELT 258)

Option B:

  1. Demonstrate linework equipment, tools, techniques, and safety practices. (ELT 141, ELT 201, ELT 202, ELT 211, ELT 212, PPT 120)
  2. Review the history, regulations, and components of the electrical industry. (ELT 201, PPT 120)
  3. Develop skills, materials, and industry connections for successful application and employment. (CPD 104)

Option C:

  1. Troubleshoot process control instrumentation and motor control circuits. (ELT 171, ELT 272)
  2. Troubleshoot pre-bugged equipment including symptom recognition, fault isolation and repair. (ELT 258, ELT 295)
  3. Demonstrate the use of slings, common rigging hardware and safe loading practices. (MET 116)
  4. Demonstrate the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration requirements for new miner training. (MET 150)

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