Are you ready to boost your future in the world of electrical technology? Look no further than our Electrical Technology program, where we empower students to electrify their careers and excel in a high-demand industry.
Electrical Technology involves the maintenance, installation, testing, and connection of electrical systems. Learn how to work with the electrical systems of mechanical equipment used in businesses and industries.
The job responsibilities of electricians depends upon the place of employment. Tasks include spending time performing preventative maintenance, inspecting and locating problems preventatively, laying the foundation for electrical systems of high-rise buildings, and performing maintenance on residential homes.
Our program is your gateway to mastering the essentials of electrical know-how across various settings, from homes to commercial spaces and large-scale industrial environments. Get hands-on experience and build the expertise you need to energize the world!
Power Up Your Career
Distinguish yourself with industry-recognized credentials that pave the way to becoming a certified expert in alignment with the International Code Council (ICC) and the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI). Set yourself apart and become a trusted authority in electrical technology.
Ready to take your career to the next level? Earning an associate degree in Electrical Technology opens doors to a world of possibilities. Gain a comprehensive education that hones your technical skills and nurtures your leadership abilities. You can unlock exciting management, sales, field service, and business ownership roles or even become an industry mentor.
How to Enroll
Joining our program is an exclusive opportunity available only through the Electric League of Arizona (ELA). Seize this chance to become part of a community of electrical professionals!Enroll in the Electrical Technology program through the ELA today and empower yourself with the skills and knowledge to light up your future!
Students at any Maricopa Community College may need to complete courses at more than one of our colleges.