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Minimum credits Required: 60

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The Associate of Applied Science in Electricity is a 4 year apprenticeship program run in partnership with Northern Arizona Electrical Contractors Association (NAECA). Students wishing to enroll in this program must become an apprentice with NAECA. The apprenticeship program provides students with training in the electrical field and enables students to work as electricians.


General Education Requirements (25-26 credits)

*All AGEC coursework must be selected from the approved AGEC list.
Course Course Title Hours
Composition (6 credits)    
ENG 101 College Composition I 3
ENG 102 College Composition II 3
Mathematics (3 credits)    
MAT 142 OR Higher College Mathematics 3
Arts/Humanities (6 credits)    
Any approved General Education courses in the Arts/Humanities category.  
Social/Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)    
Any approved General Education courses in the Social/Behavioral Sciences category.  
Physical/Biological Sciences (4 credits)    
Any approved General Education course in the Physical/Biological Sciences category.  

Degree Core Requirements (35 credits)

Course Course Title Hours
ETC 107 Mathematics for Electricians 3
ETC 110 Commercial & Industry Electricity I 4
ETC 120 Commercial & Industry Electricity II 4
ETC 130 Commercial & Industry Electricity III 4
ETC 140 Commercial & Industry Electricity IV 4
ETC 250 Commercial & Industry Electricity V 4
ETC 260 Commercial & Industry Electricity VI 4
ETC 270 Commercial & Industry Electricity VII 4
ETC 280 Commercial & Industry Electricity VIII 4



The outcomes identified below define the knowledge and skill sets that graduates of this program will possess at the end of their program of study.

  • Read blueprints 
  • Plan construction jobs
  • Select materials
  • Select and safely and competently use correct tools
  • Install electrical systems and equipment
  • Solve electrical construction related problems on the job site
  • Understand and apply the National Electric Code
  • Sit for the state electrical licensing examinations
  • Gain certification by the National Center for Construction, Education and Research (NCCER) 


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