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Electrical Utilities & Substation Technology

Award: AAS Degree

First Semester

EUST 110 Basic Motor Controls 2 credits
EUST 114 Substation Operations Lab I 4 credits
EUST 120 Substation Operations I 3 credits
EUST 132 Schematic Reading 2 credits
EUST 145 Alternating Current Circuits 2 credits
EUST 150 Substation Safety I 1 credit
TRAN 100 Industrial Transportation CDL 1 credit
Total Semester Hours 15 credits

Second Semester

EUST 115 Substation Operations Lab II 4 credits
EUST 121 Substation Operations II 3 credits
EUST 130 Intro to Smart Grid & Metering 2 credits
EUST 131 Fiber Optics for Substations 2 credits
EUST 142 Substation Communications Technlgy 2 credits
EUST 151 Substation Safety II 1 credit
Total Semester Hours 14 credits

In addition to the technical courses required in the program, the student seeking an AAS degree must also complete:

CIS 105 Introduction to Computers 3 credits

Math Elective

Communications Elective

Behavioral Science Elective

Social Science Elective

Total Credits Required to Graduate: Diploma or Certificate from an accredited institution (minimum 25 credits) plus 29 technical credits from MTI and 15 general education credits to earn the AAS degree

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