It might be a stretch to call you a superhero, but after completing this program you’ll definitely have the ability to control electricity. And do some serious good in the world too.
From being an electrician in your hometown to working for large contractors with projects across the country to being a technician in a manufacturing facility, and more, our Electrical Technology program will set you up for many in-demand career possibilities.
By focusing on the most complex electrical systems, our up-to-date curriculum will prepare you for work in residential, commercial, or industrial settings.
We believe time-on-task has to be part of your education. That means time spent learning from experienced instructors in real-world environments and real-world situations. That’s why the State Tech campus is home to more than 50 labs, an automotive bay, aviation hangar, and 40+ acres of land dedicated to our heavy equipment operations program.