Electrical

Program Goals Statement

This program prepares students to work as technicians in many positions for which training in electricity and electronics technology is required. Some of the most common areas with job opportunities are solar energy, industrial manufacturing, research and development laboratory, field service, technical writer, and technical sales.

Program Information

• All technical courses use computer applications, and laboratories are equipped with modern test equipment. 

• Every technical course has a related laboratory, which provides hands-on experience. 

After Bristol

• Graduates can work as an equipment installation technician, central office technician, computer technician, engineering assistant, manufacturing lab technician, solar technician, field service and installation technician, or customer support specialist.

• If you plan to transfer to a four-year institution, speak with your advisor and visit the Transfer Affairs website at www.BristolCC.edu/transfer

Infused General Education Competencies 

Oral Communication

Degree Requirements

General Courses

Course #
Title
Credits
Human Expression Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
15-16

Program Electives

Course #
Title
Credits
Two-course Math Sequence  +
7 - 8
Sub-Total Credits
18-20
Total credits:
60-63

Course Sequencing

Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15-16
Item #
Title
Credits
Sub-Total Credits
15
Item #
Title
Credits
Multicultural and Social Perspectives Elective or Human Expression Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
17
Item #
Title
Credits
Multicultural and Social Perspectives Elective or Human Expression Elective  +
3
Program Elective  +
3
Sub-Total Credits
14

Overview

Program

Degree

Associate in Science

Campus

Degree Offered

Associate in Science in Engineering Technology (Electrical)

Program Contact

Eileen Young
Department Chair
Eileen.Young@BristolCC.edu

Sarmad Saman
Dean of STEM
Sarmad.Saman@BristolCC.edu