This program presents theory, laboratory and workshop experiences which relate to the generation and transmission of electricity and the installation and maintenance of electrical equipment. Specialized classroom and practical instruction is related to the maintenance of a variety of industrial machinery which is driven by motors or which is controlled by electrical or electronic devices. Instruction emphasizes practical applications of mathematics, the science of circuit diagrams and blueprint reading, sketching, and other subjects essential to preparation for employment in the electrical occupations. The program is centered towards the industrial and commercial field of construction and maintenance. The student must have at least a “C” average in all academic courses attempted (e.g., MTH, CIS, ENG, etc.) to receive the degree. Some of the occupations for which this program prepares students are industrial wireman, commercial wireman, industrial maintenance electrician, programmable controller specialist, electrical estimator, and motor control specialist.