Industrial Electrical Overview
Degree and Certificate Awarded
- Associate in Applied Science/Industrial Electrical
- Certificate in Industrial Technologies
- Photovoltaics Certificate
Creating Opportunities: Meet Joseph
Joseph Perez knew he'd have to make some sacrifices to jumpstart his career. With a young daughter at home and full-time job, he had to be disciplined and focused. His efforts paid off with a rewarding job and a nifty new tool box won during a drawing for graduates at the MCC-Business & Technology campus. Read Joseph's success story.
The Industrial Technology program offers an array of pathways to dozens of jobs in an in-demand field. MCC-Business & Technology offers eight associate degrees and 10 certificates in such fields as instrumentation and controls, photovoltaics (solar energy) and millwright.
You will work with industry professionals with decades of experience in the field and train in state-of-the-art labs.
What you'll learn
You will learn to repair, test, adjust, install or maintain electronic equipment such as industrial controls, transmitters and antennas. You will also learn to repair, install, adjust or maintain industrial production and processing machinery or refinery and pipeline distribution systems.
What you'll do and where you'll work
You can work as a maintenance mechanic, stationary engineer, boiler operator, industrial electrician, electronic mechanic, millwright, instrumentation and controls technician and much more. Our alumni work at manufacturing companies, food processing plants, factories, hospitals, power plants and much more.
What you'll make
The average salaries in these fields range from $36,000 to $50,000 per year. The job growth rate in these fields is 8 percent or higher.
- Construction Management
- Electric Utility Line Technician
- Environmental Health & Safety
- Industrial Maintenance
- Precision Machining