The Electrical Program covers the following disciplines; basic electrical circuitry, residential wiring, (including single and multiple unit), service entrances, basic industrial and commercial wiring, introduction to lighting installations, clock, and telecommunication systems. The course of study also includes blueprint reading, direct and alternating current motors, transformer connections and applications, relay logic and introduction to programmable logic controllers. The course consists of three hundred hours of electrical theory.
Elec Applications 11Course Numbers: 11144 (4.00)(C)
Electromechanical, Applications 11: In this course, students advance through Applications of Process Control Electronics.students will acquire the skills necessary to recognize and interpret industrial symbols, schematics, and industrial electrical curren
Elec Applications 10Course Numbers: 11143 (4.00)(C)
Electromechanical, Applications 10: In this course, students develop hands on Applications of Programmable Logic Controllers. Students will participate in a hands-on course that develops their knowledge of analog and digital electronics. Students will rev
Elec Applications 12Course Numbers: 11145 (4.00)(C)
Electromechanical, Applications 12: In this course, students will work on Industrial Robotics and Mechatronic System. Students will acquire the skills necessary to operate and define the capabilities of programmable controllers, applying the latest techno
Elec Applications 9Course Numbers: 11142 (1.50)(C)
Electromechanical, Applications 9: In this course students are introduced to tudents will participate in a hands-on exploration of the basic concepts of electricity in AC and DC circuitry. Students will also study voltage, current, and resistance and the
Elec Theory 10Course Numbers: 11047 (1.00)(C)
Electromechanical Theory, 10: In this course, students will have an introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers.
Elec Theory 11Course Numbers: 11048 (1.00)(C)
Electromechanical Theory 11: In this course, students progress through automated Process Control Electronics.
Elec Theory 12Course Numbers: 11049 (1.00)(C)
Electromechanical Theory 12: In this course, students are industrial Robotics and Mechatronics Systems RT12
Elec Theory 9Course Numbers: 11046 (0.25)(C)
Electromechanical Theory 9: In this course, students learn the fundamentals of Engineering Math.
Electrical Skills 9Course Numbers: 11138 (1.50)(C)
Electrical Skills, basic wiring methods and materials 9: In this course, students will gain an Introduction to circuit wire installations and materials required
Telecom 11Course Numbers: 11197 (3.00)(C)
Telecommunications Grade 11: In this course, students will explore network design processes using a large stadium enterprise network and medium-sized film company network. Students will follow a standard design process to expand and upgrade each network. Students will examine life cycle services in the context of pre-sale support.
Cooperative Education and Internship Opportunities
All eligible students have the opportunity to participate in Cooperative Education and Internship experiences at a variety of approved learning sites across the city in their junior and/or senior year. While the requirements and specific opportunities vary from school to school, and program to program, the structured combination of classroom based education and practical work experience provides students with the skills necessary to comfortably navigate the world of work. Some of the internship and cooperative education opportunities students have experienced include the following partnership/s:
- Standard Electrical Supply
- Ostrow Electrical Company
- Coghlin Electrical
- All Phase Electrical Supply
- EBEW Local 96
- Mass Electric technician
- Electric Supply
- National Grid Technician
- Cable TV Technician