The Industrial Electrician Program equips students with essential skills in electrical systems, preparing them for dynamic careers in the thriving industrial sector.

About the Curriculum

Electricians install and maintain electrical and power systems for various settings. PSC provides programs to train future electricians, who typically specialize in construction or maintenance, and sometimes both. Construction-focused electricians install wiring in different facilities, while maintenance-oriented ones repair and upgrade existing systems and equipment. This specialization allows them to serve the diverse needs of homes, businesses, and factories.
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The industrial electrician degree program prepares students for work as electricians and to meet the demands of changing technology. Training encompasses theory as well as hands-on skills. Students pursuing the A.A.S. degree on a full time schedule will be prepared for entry-level positions as industrial electricians.
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This training has been approved by the United States Bureau of Apprenticeship Training. The industrial electrician certificate prepares students to troubleshoot and maintain electrical devices used in a manufacturing industry, while the industrial maintenance technician certificate trains students for a company’s individual workplace needs.

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Degrees and Certificates

Associate Applied Science (A.A.S.)
Industrial Electrician 

Certificate of Achievement 
Industrial Electrician Industrial Maintenance Technician


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