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ELCT 100. Intro to Electricity. 3 Credits.

This is an introductory class in electrical fundamentals. A practical approach will be used for the study of electricity including Ohm's Law; power, seris and parallel circuits; direct and alternating current. A strong emphsis will be placed on diagrams and troubleshooting. Co-requistie: ELECT 100 lab.

ELCT 101. Electrical Fundamentals I. 3 Credits.

This course will introduce the student to the various electrical properties and the equipment which produces those properties. Basic circuitry will be examined, utilizing algebraic skills to perform the calculations. Course Fee: $25.00.
Course Fees: $26.50

ELCT 102. Electrial Fundamentals II. 3 Credits.

ELCT 103. Electric Code Study/Codeology. 3 Credits.

This course is a preliminary study of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Writing desing and protections, wiring methods and materials, and equipment for general use are coverd. Interaction and personal communications with Authorities Having Jurisdication (i.e., inspectors, engineers, architects, employers, etc.) as well as customers and owners will be addressed. Course Fee: $15.25.
Course Fees: $15.75

ELCT 106. Electrical Formulas & Calc. 3 Credits.

This course covers the basic formulas needed to determine electrical values in typical electrical installations including power, current and voltage. Basic methods of calculation for both DC and AC quantities will be discussed and demonstrated as well as the use fo modern calculators and computer software to determine necessary values.

ELCT 110. Basic Electricity 1. 5 Credits.

This course will introduce the student to the various electrial properties and the equipment which produces those properties. Basic circuitry will be examined, utilizing algebraic skills to perform the claculations. Pre-requisite: ELCT 100 or consent of instructor. Co-requisite: ELCT 110 lab.

ELCT 111. Electric Meters & Motors. 3 Credits.

ELCT 133. Basic Wiring. 5 Credits.

This course covers the basic formulas needed to determine electrical values in typical electrical installations including power, current and voltage. Basic methods of calculation for both DC and AC quantites will be discussed and demonstarted as well as the use of modern calculators. Labs shall include wiring of Residential and Commerial application as prescribed within the 2011 NEC. Prerequisitie ELCT 101/102.
Course Fees: $81.00

ELCT 137. Electrical Drafting. 2 Credits.

ELCT 139. Elctrcl Code Study-Residential. 3 Credits.

This course is an introductory study of National Electrical Code requirments for residential wiring, including protective ground circuits, service entry and elctrical safety requirements for routine residential electrical installations. Course Fee: $41.00.
Course Fees: $43.00

ELCT 191. Special Topics. 12 Credits.

ELCT 192. Independent Study. 3 Credits.

ELCT 201. Alternating Current Theory. 3 Credits.

This course is a study of three phase alternating current circuits and single and three-phase transformers and machines. The theory and operation of three phase wye and delta circuits and the relationship of voltage, current and power in these circuits. The use of phasor algebra in the solution of alternating current problems is stressed as are the characteristics and use of electrical instruments such as voltmeters, ammeters, ohmmeters, and watt meters. Students learn the theory and operation of transformers with single and three phase connections and are introduced to alternating current machines. Prerequisite: ELCT 102.

ELCT 204. Elctrcl Planning & Estimating. 3 Credits.

This course is an applied course in the planning and cost estimation of electrical installations and rehabs for both commercial and residential applicaitons. The course will use current catalog and electrical supply information to determine rough cost estimates based on blue print or electrical drawings, as well as using customer requirements to determine the plan and cost estimates for new and old work.

ELCT 205. Electrical Design & Lighting. 3 Credits.

This course is a class discussion course dealing with electrical material and equipment sizing, layout and applicaton, applicable wiring codes, regulations and rules, and characteristics of common electrical distribution systems as used in industrial plants and commercial buidling locations. Included is a study of short circuit current, current limiting and coordination, power factor correction and elecrical rates. This course includes the study of modern illumination principles, calculation procedures and equipment for lighting installations. Also included are discussions of building construction, heat loss clculations and electric heating equipment selection.

ELCT 210. Advanced Current Theory. 5 Credits.

This course is a study of three phase alternating current circuits and single and three phase transformers and machines. The theory and operation of three phase wye and delta circuits and the relationship of voltage, current and power in these circuits. The use of phasor algebra in the solution of alternating current problems is stresses as are the charateristics and use of eletricalinstrucments such as voltmeters, ohmmeters, and watt meters. Students learn the theory and operation of transformers with single and three phase connections and are introduced to alternating current machines. Pre-requisites: ELCT 102 lecture/lab. Co-requisites: ELCT 210 lab.

ELCT 211. AC Measurements. 3 Credits.

This lecture/lab course consists of a series of experiments to investigate the characteristics of single-phase and three-phase electrical circuits. The connections and testing of transformers in both single-phase and three-phase configurations are stressed. Students also learn the operation of three phase motors from conventional sources and phase converts, with an operation of three phase motors from conventional sources and phase converts, with an emphasis on efficiency, operating characteristics and connections. Co-requisite: ELCT 201.

ELCT 230. Industrial Electrical Wiring. 3 Credits.

This course covers construction plans for industrial sites and details regarding unit substations, feeder bus systems, panelboards, trolley busways, wire tables and sizing, signaling systems, motors and controllers, motor installations, power factor, lightning protection, ventilation and exhaust systems, programmable logic controllers, fiber optics, hazardous locations, and harmonics.
Course Fees: $68.50

ELCT 233. Commercial Wiring Lab. 3 Credits.

This course is an extension of ELEC 133 with lectures emphasizing commercial wiring methods. Students will perform laboratory work consisting of actual installation of various raceways, as well as connecting of special equipment used in commercial and industrial applications, all in accordance with the National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: ELCT 133. Course Fee: $51.00.
Course Fees: $53.00

ELCT 236. Conduit/Rcwys & Code Calc Lab. 3 Credits.

This course includes laboratory work dealing with Code application relating to conduit bending as well as National Electrical Code calculations for wire and cable installation. Students will perform lab work consisting of actual installation of conduit, wire and cable. Course Fee: $77.00.
Course Fees: $81.00

ELCT 239. Grounding & Bonding Fund. 3 Credits.

This course is a combination lecture/lab series of grounding theory as well as characteristics of grounded and non-grounded systems. Labs include proper grounding practices, various grounding applications, tools and materials usage and methods of compressions and exothermic application and installations. Course Fee: $25.50.
Course Fees: $26.50

ELCT 241. Electric Motor Controls. 3 Credits.

ELCT 247. Medium and High Voltage. 3 Credits.

This course is a lecture/lab course which covers medium and high voltage electrical theory, conductors, insulators, over current devices, testing, termination, safety precautions and safety equipment. Course Fee: $65.00.

ELCT 250. Programmable Logic Controllers. 3 Credits.

ELCT 292. Independent Study. 12 Credits.

ELCT 298. Cooperative Education. 1-12 Credits.

ELCT 392. Independent Study. 1-12 Credits.