Advanced Manufacturing- Electrical Technology

National Electrical Code (NEC) Training

The Associate in Applied Science degree in Advanced Manufacturing with a major in Electrical Technology will prepare students in, Residential, Commercial and Industrial Wiring, Transformers, Fluid Power, National Electrical Code, Motor Controls, Programmable Logic Controls (PLCs), Ac/Dc Drives, Industrial Robotics, Technical Communications, and Solid State Devices. This will benefit those who are seeking apprenticeship and journeymen electrician certification, but also for training electricians currently employed in Advanced Manufacturing.

Your Future

Graduates of the Electrical Program may become employed as a Construction Electrician, Electrical Control Technician, Industrial Electrical Maintenance Technician, Instrumentation Technician, Robotic Technician, PLC Programmer or Electrical Inspector.


The median annual earnings are $26.01 per hour or $54,110 per year.

Program Options

Degree Completion Pathway - Beginning in the Fall

Degree Completion Pathway - Beginning in the Spring

Degree Completion Pathway - Beginning in the Summer

Click here to contact the Electrical Department or call 256.551.3157 

Electrical Technology Program

Lardell Goodloe, Electrical Technology Instructor
A.A.T., Industrial Systems Technology, J.F. Drake State Technical College
B.S., Athens State University