ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY - ELECTRICAL SUBSTATION TECHNOLOGY

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Workforce Development Certificate

Program Description:
This program will train technicians to work in the electrical substation environment. Students will learn about high voltage safety, operations, testing of power components such as transformers, relays, and control systems operation and programming. Upon completion, the student will have the background to work for a power utility company or the many companies that support the power industry with equipment, test and installation, and industry specific software.

Degree Awarded: Certificate of Achievement

For More Information Contact:
Business, Information, and Engineering Technologies Division
Northeast: 918-595-7439

Electronics 22 hours
*ELET 1212 Introduction to Electricity
*ELET 1232 Introduction to Substation Safety
*ELET 1303 DC Circuit Analysis
*ELET 1313 AC Circuit Analysis
*ELET 2533 Automation Control
*ELET 2112 Substation Breaker Circuits
*ELET 2132 Substation Relay Circuits
*ELET 2152 Substation Transformer Circuits
*ELET 2173 Substation Relay Circuits II

Total Credit Hours: 22
*Course has prerequisite (See course description section of catalog).

General education requirements can be found at: www.tulsacc.edu/gened.

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