Sustainable Energy Technician

Associate of Applied Science

Suggested Plan of Study
Sustainable Energy Technician Certificate of Applied Science

 

General Education Requirements Credits
COMX 106 Comunicating in a Dynamic Workplace 3
M 114 Extended Technical Mathematics
OR M 121 College Algebra
3
WRIT 121 Introduction to Technical Writing 3
Sustainable Energy Technician Required Courses
CAPP 120 Introduction to Computers 3
DST 140 Introduction to Hydraulics 2
DST 141 Introduction to Hydraulics Lab 2
ELCT 130 Electric Motors and Generators 3
ELCT 241 Electic Motor Controls 3
ELCT 250 Programmable Logic Controllers 3
ETEC 103 AC/DC Electronics II 3
ETEC 220 Electrical Power and Distribution I 3
HVC 110 Introduction to HVAC 3
HVC 255 Advanced Controls 3
NRGY 101 Introduction to Sustainable Energy 3
NRGY 121 Climb Safety and Rigging 1
NRGY 220 Wind Turbine Equipment 3
NRGY 235 Building Energy Efficiency 3
NRGY 243 Fundamentals of Photovoltaic Design and Installation 3
NRGY 299 Senior Capstone 3
NTS 104 CCNA 1:  Intro to Networks 4
TRID 150 Environmental and Shop Practices 2
TRID 185 Introduction to Industrial Power Systems Lecture 2
TRID 186 Introduction to Industrial Power Systems Laboratory 1
Restricted Elective
Choose from the following:
3
DDSN 114 Introduction to CAD 3
ETEC 284 Digital Electronics 4
NRGY 291 Special Topics 3
NRGY 298 Internship 3
Total minimum credits required 65
Students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.

 

Semester 1 - Fall Credits
NRGY 101 3
TRID 185 2
TRID 186 1
M 114 3
NRGY 121 1
WRIT 121 3
HVC 110 3
Total 16
Semester 2 - Spring Credits
CAPP 120 3
ETEC 103 3
ELCT 130 3
DST 140 2
DST 141 2
COMX 106 3
Total 16
Semester 3 - Fall Credits
ELCT 241 3
ETEC 220 3
NRGY 235 3
NRGY 220 3
NRGY 243 3
Total 15
Semester 4 - Spring Credits
HVC 255 3
NTS 104 4
ELCT 250 3
NRGY 299 3
Restricted Elective 3
Total 16

 


  

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NOTE: This is a general program overview. For specific graduation requirements, please refer to the City College at MSU Billings catalog and visit with an academic or faculty advisor.