I.T.C. Energy Systems Technology

(1 Year)

Program Prerequisites:

Students must be qualified for college-level coursework in English and Math (see an advisor for details).

Placement Test Math
ACT 19
SAT 500


Fundamental electronics, electrical, and energy systems program.


To prepare students as entry-level technicians and maintenance assistants to meet the needs of industry.

Major Requirements

Required Courses:
ESET 1100Engineering Technology Orientation1
ESET 1100LIntroduction to an Industrial Environment Laboratory1
Select a minimum of sixteen (16) credits from the following courses: 116
Electrical Circuits I
Electrical Circuits I Laboratory
Electrical Circuits II
Electrical Circuits II Laboratory
Introduction to Process Control
Introduction to Process Control Laboratory
Basic Electricity and Electronics
Basic Electricity and Electronics Laboratory
Electrical Systems and Motor Control Theory
Electrical Systems and Motor Control Theory Laboratory
Mechanical Power Transmission I
Mechanical Power Transmission Laboratory I
Introduction to Structural Welding
Introduction to Mechanical Drafting and Computer Aided Design
Mechanical Power Transmission II
Mechanical Power Transmission Laboratory II
Initial Operator Training and Student Operations
Nuclear Industry Fundamental Concepts
Nuclear Industry Fundamental Concepts Lab
Nuclear Careers and Information
Radiological Control Fundamentals
Select a minimum of eight (8) credits from the following math courses:8
Applied Technical Intermediate Algebra
College Algebra 2
Trigonometry 2
College Algebra and Trigonometry 2
Statistical Reasoning 2
Calculus I 2
Business Statistics 2
Choose a minimum of 4 credits of General Education Course Electives:4
Fundamentals of Oral Communication
Introduction to Chemistry
Writing and Rhetoric I
Elements of Physics
and Elements of Physics Laboratory
Total Credits30

 Major Academic Plan (MAP)