ACADEMIC MAP
Electricity and Instrumentation Technology, C.A.S.

Semester 1

COURSE CR COMMENTS
COLL 101 : ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
ELEC 102 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 1 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
ELEC 103 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 2 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences EI NCCER Level 2
ELEC 104 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 3 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
MATH 125 : TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS 4 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
ENGL 107 : TECHNICAL WRITING 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
TOTAL: 17

Semester 2

COURSE CR COMMENTS
MTEC 102 : INTRODUCTORY CRAFT SKILLS 2 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences NCCER Core
ELEC 101 : ELECTRICITY & ELECTRONICS FUND 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
ELEC 202 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 4 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences EI NCCER Level 3
ELEC 203 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 5 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences
ELEC 204 : ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 6 3 Milestone Course Capstone Course Practicum & Seminar Career Laddar Pre-Requisites Electives Electives Concurrent Courses Field Experiences EI NCCER Level 4
TOTAL: 14

The Certificate of Applied Science in Electricity and Instrumentation Technology prepares graduates for positions as technicians that install, service, repair, and maintain electrical equipment in today’s modern industrial, commercial and/or manufacturing facilities. Students in this program receive the skills necessary to work with high voltage, 3 phase, commercial electrical equipment.

MILESTONE COURSE: These courses are the keys to graduation and certification. Courses should be taken in the recommended semesters to stay on time for completion.

FIELD/CLINICAL COURSE:

CAREER PLANNING: Electrical and Instrumentation Technician Average wage: $15.74 - $26.15/hour

CAPSTONE COURSE:

ELECTIVES:

CONCURRENT COURSES:


ADMISSION TO PROGRAM


CERTIFICATION:


PRACTICUM and SEMINAR

2+2 with WVU Parkersburg
CAREER LADDER:

Students should average 15 credit hours per semester, or 30 per year, to graduate on time.

TOTAL DEGREE CREDITS:
31

THE NEXT STEP

The Certificate of Applied Science Degree in Electricity and Instrumentation Technology is designed to combine with the Certificate of Applied Science Degree in Industrial Maintenance to obtain the Associate of Applied Science Degree in Multi-Craft. Consider continuing your education with the Industrial Maintenance certificate. With those 30 credit hours you could obtain the associate-level Multi-Craft degree and have a broader skill set to further your career.


The E&I Certificate provides basic skill sets for working as an electrician or instrumentation technician in an
industrial setting.
GRADUTION REQUIREMENTS
• Complete the minimum number of credit hours required for the degree.
• Complete the general education curricula for the degree.
• Complete at least 8 credit hours at WVU Parkersburg.
• Maintain a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
• Complete and file the graduation application, in OLSIS, within the stated deadlines.

 
Foundational Learning Courses (FLCs):

To ensure breadth and depth as students meet these broad education goals, the curriculum focuses on six academic “strands.”

Aesthetics,
Creativity, and
Appreciation
Human
Communication
and Interaction 
People and
Their Worlds
 Quantitative
Reasoning 
Scientific InquiryWriting and
Rhetoric

 ART-101

 ART-111

 ENGL-131

 ENGL-132

 ENGL-221

 ENGL-222

 ENGL-241

 ENGL-242

 ENGL-257

 ENGL-261

 ENGL-262

 ENGL-285

 MUSI-170

 THEA-101

 COMM-105

 COMM-111

 COMM-112

 COMM-202

 ECON-201

 ECON-202

 GEOG-102

 HIST-101

 HIST-102

 HIST-152

 HIST-153

 HIST-250

 PHIL-111

 PHIL-150

 PHIL-231

 POLS-101

 POLS-102

 PSYC-101
 
 PSYC-241

 SOC-101

 SOC-107

 SOC-221

 MATH-120

 MATH-125

 MATH-126

 MATH-211

 ASTR-106
 BIOL-101

 BIOL-102

 BIOL-103

 BIOL-104

 BIOL-107

 BIOL-108

 BIOL-109

 BIOL-115

 BIOL-117

 BIOL-171

 CHEM-111

 CHEM-115

 CHEM-116

 GEOL-101

 GEOL-102

 GEOL-103

 GEOL-104

 GEOL-105

 PSCI-101

 PSCI-111

 PSCI-112

 PHYS-101

 PHYS-102
 
PHYS-111

 ENGL-101

 ENGL-102

 ENGL-107

 



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