Certificate and AAS in Electrical Transmission Systems Technology - Details

The courses in the EPCE-sponsored online Electrical Transmission Systems Technology (ETST) program are:

  • Flexible to accommodate personal and professional schedules.
  • Offered every 3-5 weeks on a rotating schedule with the ability to enroll at any time.

The technical courses in this online program can count towards an Associate’s of Applied Science Degree or Certificate in Electrical Transmission Systems Technology.  Courses can also be taken individually for professional development or certification requirements.

BSC-NECE is an NERC-approved CEH Provider.  This program is approved to offer North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) continuing education hours (CEHs) combined with college credit for those who wish to maintain certification requirements and work towards a college degree.  Learn more about NERC CEH courses.

Online Technical Courses for Program:

  • ETST 240 Power Industry Concepts
  • ETST 242 Applied Mathematics for System Operators
  • ENRT 106 DC Fundamentals
  • ENRT 108 AC Fundamentals
  • ETST 260 Electrical Diagram Interpretation
  • ETST 250 Electrical Generation Theory
  • ETST 254 System Elements I - Substations
  • ETST 256 System Elements II - Transformers
  • ETST 258 System Elements III - Protective Relaying
  • ETST 262 Power System Operations
  • ETST 266 Interconnected System Operations
  • ETST 268 Power Flow
  • ETST 270 System Operator Work Practices
  • ETST 272 Power System Safety
  • ETST 274 Communication & Control Technology
  • ETST 276 Power System Economics
  • ETST 278 Power System Emergency Concepts
  • ETST 280 Reliability Policies & Procedures



AAS Degree Requirements

The Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical Transmission Systems Technology requires 66 credit hours.

  • Technical program: 51 credit hours
  • General Education: 15 credit hours


 

Certificate Requirements

The Certificate in Electrical Transmission Systems Technology requires 55 credit hours.

  • Technical program: 51 credit hours
  • General education: 4 credit hours




Ask a BSC Advisor:
Jerame Novak
Advisor, NECE
701-224-2594
[email protected]


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