Apr 22, 2024  
2023-2024 WWCC College Catalog 
    
2023-2024 WWCC College Catalog

Electrical Systems Technology Certificate

Location(s): Walla Walla, Clarkston


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This is the first year core common to all concentrations within the Energy Systems Technology AAS degree program. All students should complete this first year course sequence prior to advancing to a concentration leading to the AAS degree.

Certificate Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of electrical safety, theory, vocabulary, and calculations of series, parallel, and combination circuits involving direct and alternating current.
  • Demonstrate basic knowledge of capacitors, resistive-inductive-capacitive reactance circuits, single and three-phase transformers, DC generators and motors, three-phase alternators, and single and three-phase motors.
  • Ability to read schematics, wire and test various types of electrical circuits.
  • Demonstrate or describe proper safety procedures for working with rotating machinery, moving heavy objects, pressurized vessels and systems, chemicals, ladders and energy; electrical, heat, cold, fluid.
  • Explain solid state components & Devices.

Year One


Grand Total: 47.4


PLAN CODE: EEIETC45 (Previously EPC: 780D)
This is the 1st year core common to all concentrations within the Energy Systems Technology AAS degree program. All students should complete this 1st year course sequence prior to advancing to a concentration leading to the AAS degree.
REQUIRED: FYE (3 credits) required to be taken as well.
*AMATH 105  and AMATH 106  are for Certificate completion only, not for degree completion.
**Can substitute EST 115 for CLK students only.
The following courses meet the related instruction requirements of this certificate/degree (one course per category required):
(M) - AMATH 105 , AMATH 106 

(O) - ACOM 102 

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