A regional approach to workforce development
Electrical Technology (ETEC) is a career technical education (CTE) program that offers students a certificate or associate of science degree in electrical technology. ETEC graduates work in petrochemical industries, water purification, energy manufacturing and other industries that have intricate electrical systems. These industries need employees with high levels of technical skills, excellent communication skills and technical knowledge from the get-go in order to succeed in the globally competitive environment. The "Bridge to ETEC" will introduce students to the program and provide them with contextualized math training. Contextualized math training is different from general math training in that it shows how math is used by the technicians on the job.
July 24th to August 3rd, 2017 Summer Session
COUNS-034 College Success- MTWTh 4:00 to 8:00PM 1.5 units
August 14th to December 15th, 2017 Fall Semester
ETEC-004 Introduction to Electrical Technology- TTh 4:00 to 6:20pm 3 units
ETEC-009 Math for Electrical Technology- TTH 7:00 to 8:20pm 3 units
Total units required - 7.5
*This is mandatory to be accepted into the Bridge*
All student fees, including books and supplies, are provided by a grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office and The San Francisco Foundation.