MIT: Electrical Technology

Like to think logically? Like to analyze problems and find ways to use technology to solve them? We can teach you how and prepare you for entry-level electrician positions in manufacturing facilities, the construction industry, and power plants. The study of electrical theory and practical applications provides the foundation for a career in the electrical industry. Classroom lectures and laboratory instruction include basic electrical theory, residential and commercial wiring, conduit bending, motor controls, and programmable logic controllers. The Electrical Technology program requires that you earn a “C” or better in required core and technical electives to progress in the program. You'll learn knowledge of the generation, transformation and use of electricity. Troubleshooting and problem-solving skills in electric motor controls, industrial electronics, fluid power, programmable logic controllers, and process control will also be examined.

Available Credentials



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Employment Opportunities

The electrical industry has job opportunities that range from maintenance technician in a manufacturing plant (maintain and monitor electrical and electronic equipment for process control) to electrical construction (fabrication, installation and calibration of electrical equipment and components in commercials and industrial environments.)

Admission Requirements

This program has no special admission requirements. Please consult HCC’s general admission requirements.

Length of Program

If taken fulltime, the diploma in Electrical Technology should take you 18-24 months to complete.

Opportunities for More Education

Complete a GOTS AAS degree with your Electrical Technology diploma and some additional courses. Work with your Program Coordinator and the GOTS Coordinator.


Stuart Zieman, Program Coordinator
Office: Hopkinsville Campus, Technology Center 124G
Phone: (270) 707-3871(270) 707-3871

This information should not be considered a substitute for the KCTCS Catalog. You should always choose classes in cooperation with your faculty advisor to ensure that you meet all degree requirements.