FVCC’s Electrical Technology program is recognized by the Montana Department of Labor as an apprentice compliant program of study.
FVCC’s Electrical Technology program offers a two-semester Certificate of Applied Science and a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree. Through hands-on experience and classroom lectures, students learn the technical skills necessary to prepare them to enter the field of electrical wiring in residential, commercial, and industrial construction sites.
- Graduates of the Electrical Technology AAS degree program are eligible for advanced placement into a registered apprentice program.
- The national annual median wage for an electrical technician is $62,190, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Attributes of Successful Electrical Technicians
- Enjoy troubleshooting and solving problems
- Good manual dexterity and eyesight
- Mechanically adept
- Strong interpersonal and communication skills
- Interest in math and technology