Energy Production and Distribution Technologies
2-year AAS degree

Students in the Energy Production and Distribution Technologies program study the technical fundamentals necessary for a career in the energy industry, with particular attention focused on utility-scale turbine repair and maintenance. Required coursework includes the study of mechanical drive systems, schematic reading, maintenance fundamentals, programmable logic controllers, and electrical theory and troubleshooting. Students are able to apply these concepts by regularly climbing and participating in learning activities on the 2.5 MW wind turbine located on campus.  

Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant.

Energy Production and Distribution Technologies


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