Southern Technical College

Associate in Electrical Trades Technology

The electrical industry is one of the most exciting fields in construction. Our Electrical Trades Technology (ETT) Associate's Degree program is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills you will need to pursue a career in a number of different areas of employment. At Southern Tech, our laboratory settings provide hands-on experience for you to learn wiring methods and techniques that simulate real-world job conditions.

At Southern Technical College, our Associate's Degree in Electrical Trades Technology program is designed to train you for a variety of entry-level electrical jobs as an electrician helper, residential electrician or commercial electrician. The Electrical Trades Technology program provides students with a foundation of knowledge and technically oriented experiences in the application of technology systems.

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