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Utility Line

Associate of Applied Science Degree

You can earn an associate of applied science degree in utility line.
Note that not all courses for each program can be offered every semester.

You will need to successfully complete a minimum of 78 Credit Hours.

Courses

Recommended Core Courses

Core

63 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
UTIL 1010 Concepts of Electricity I 4
UTIL 1020 Concepts of Electricity I Lab 1
UTIL 1030 Line Construction I 4
UTIL 1040 Line Construction I Lab 3
UTIL 1100 Commercial Drivers License 1
UTIL 1110 Commercial Drivers License Lab 1
UTIL 1120 Powerline Transformer Theory 2
UTIL 1140 Line Construction II 4
UTIL 1150 Line Construction II Lab 3
UTIL 1240 Concepts of Electricity II 4
UTIL 1250 Concepts of Electricity II Lab 1
UTIL 1260 Ropes and Riggings 1
UTIL 1300 Cooperative Internship I 8
HLTH 1710 First Aid 2
UTIL 2200 Electrical Apparatus Theory 6
UTIL 2210 Electrical Apparatus Lab 6
UTIL 2240 Utility Occupational Procedures 1
UTIL 2400 National Electric Safety Code 2
UTIL 2420 Line Construction III 5
UTIL 2430 Line Construction III Lab 6

Required General Education Courses

Behavioral Science

2 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
PSYC 1000 Human Relations 2

Combination of Oral and Written Communication

3 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ENGL 1050 Workplace Communication 3

Mathematics

must meet math requirement for program of study
6 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
MATH 1020 Technical Mathematics I 3
MATH 1060 Technical Mathematics II 3

Science or Technology

2 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
UTIL 1280 Computer Literacy 2

Social Science

2 Credit Hours
Course Number Course Name Credit Hours
ECON 1040 Personal Finance 3

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