The Electrician program is designed to provide entry-level skills and knowledge to perform electrical work in all types of electrical installations in accordance with the National Electrical Code. A student can specialize as a construction, industrial or maintenance electrician. Students will wire a variety of different labs that will expose them to residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, or maintenance electrical wiring. Second year students will wire the Carpentry II program house.
Course Outline
Required Courses
(26 Courses)
Course Title Credits
CNEL 1001 Construction Site Safety
CNEL 1411 Circuits 1
CNEL 1412 Circuits 2
CNEL 1809 Electrical Materials Lab
CNEL 1810 Basic Wiring Lab I
CNEL 1811 Basic Wiring Lab 2
CNEL 1815 Applied Math for Electricians
CNEL 1820 National Electrical Code I
CNEL 1825 National Electric Code II
CNEL 1830 Print Reading, Planning and Estimating for Electricians
CNEL 1850 Lighting Equipment
CNEL 2413 Circuits 3 Lab
CNEL 2730 Motor Controls
CNEL 2731 Programmable Logic Controllers
CNEL 2805 Electric Motors Lab
CNEL 2830 National Electrical Code III
CNEL 2835 National Electrical Code IV
CNEL 2840 Commercial Wiring Lab
CNEL 2846 Wiring Methods
CNEL 2847 Basic Residential Wiring Lab
CNEL 2848 Advanced Residential Wiring Lab
CNEL 2850 Specialized Systems
CNEL 2870 Heating and Air Conditioning Controls
CNEL 2900 Transformers
CNEL 2901 Electrical Services
GSWS 1481 OSHA General Industry / First Aid
Total Credits: 68  
General Education Elective Courses
General Education courses must be selected from at least three (3) of the ten (10) goal areas of the Minnesota Transfer curriculum. See advisor.
See your advisor to select courses that fulfill this requirement.
Total Credits: 15  
Total AAS Degree Credits: 83