Electric utility line technicians install and repair poles, conductors, cables, and operate and maintain equipment used in electrical power and distribution systems. Students in this program will learn to climb wood pole structures, equipment operation, build and maintain electrical distribution systems, all while placing an emphasis on safe work practices and critical thinking skills. The degree program is intended to prepare individuals for employment at any utility offering an apprenticeship program. Program enrollment is limited and students are selected on a competitive basis.
Electrical Distribution Systems Program Requirements - 50 Credit Hours
The Missouri Department of Higher Education has identified a common set of general education courses that have been adopted statewide. These courses are called the "CORE 42." CORE 42 courses are guaranteed to transfer to any Missouri public college or university to satisfy general education requirements.
Courses in knowledge areas below, designated with the CORE 42 logo indicates courses in that area have been evaluated and provided a MOTR number for transfer to all Missouri public institutions of higher education.
Courses that do not have this designation may still transfer to public and private colleges and universities in Missouri and elsewhere, but students are encouraged to check the transfer equivalency website of the institution to which they plan to transfer to confirm.