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Electrical/Electronics Technology

In today's work force, electrical and electronic equipment, machines and devices play an important role in our daily tasks. Electrical/electronic technicians are responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing the components that keep the equipment functioning. Electrical components power the equipment while the electronic component controls the device.

The Electrical/Electronics Technology program at SPCC is designed to provide training in the installation and maintenance of electrical/electronic systems found in residential, commercial and industrial facilities.

Course work emphasizes:

  • AC/DC theory
  • Digital electronics
  • National electric code
  • Programmable logic controllers
  • Industrial motor controls


Credentials offered in this program are:

Electrical and Electronics Technology degree
Electrical and Electronics Technology diploma

Electrical and Electroncis Technology Certificates:
Electrical certificate
Digital Electronics certificate
Industrial Electronics certificate

Career opportunities

Utility companies
Building equipment contractors
Machinery and equipment repair shops
Federal government
Automotive retailers
Rail transportation companies

Electrical and Electronics Technology faculty

George Kouvaris

Faculty, Electrical/Electronics


Electrical/Electronics at SPCC