Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security - Degree
Prepares students for positions as Low Voltage Electrician apprentices, service technicians, or installers in the Electronic Fire/Security Industry.
Participate in hands-on training with advanced equipment, techniques, and programming related to burglar alarms, fire alarms, card access, and closed-circuit TV to prepare for careers as alarm system installers and service technicians.
Included in this program are academic courses in communication (English Composition, Speech), quantitative reasoning (Math), and social sciences (Psychology, Sociology), that provide knowledge and abilities upon which technical skills are built and personal development enhanced.
This program is approximately five quarters in length depending on the time students need to satisfactorily complete all graduation requirements.
The Electrician Low Voltage Fire/Security Degree Program is approved as a Limited Energy (06) specialty electrical training program in the State of Washington. Upon successful completion of the program, graduates applying to become a Limited Energy (06) specialty electrician can be credited with 1,815 hours of work experience.
Students pursuing an AAT or AAS-T degree must complete all college degree requirements prior to graduation. This includes courses that meet the capstone project, diversity, and computer literacy requirements.
Prerequisites: Successfully completion of the Electrician Low Voltage Fire Security certificate, or by Instructor permission.
Admission Dates: Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer quarters
AC/DC Electricity: Basic Theory, Fractions, & Ohms Law
AC/DC Electricity: Series, Parallel, & Combination Circuits
AC/DC Electricity: Electrical Power & Power Application
National Electrical Code Print Reading
National Alarm InstallerTraining Program
CCTV Application & Design
National Electrical Codes
National Fire Codes
CCTV Field Service & Installation
Washington Administrative Codes
Addressable Fire SLC Systems/Design
Advanced Voice Evacuation Fire Systems
Fire Codes, NICET, NFPA
High Security Structured Cabling
CCTV Digital Network Solutions
English Composition (or higher) or CMST& 220
Math for Industrial Professions (or higher)
General Psychology (or other social science or humanities class)
Total Credits for Completion
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