Campus Location(s): : Business & Technology
Program Coordinator:Gene Johnson, 816.604.5441
MCC graduates are ready for work in a wide range of manufacturing and power companies. Their work is essential to keep industrial systems functioning properly and safely.
You will learn electrical principles, electrical blueprint reading, electric motor controls, programmable logic controls, instrumentation, variable speed motors and the National Electric Code. You will build your skills through extensive laboratory and troubleshooting exercises.
Fall and Spring. Some courses are also offered during summer session