College of Rural and Community Development
Tanana Valley Campus
Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 37 credits
The power generation program will help students develop entry-level skills needed in industrial and commercial electrical power generation and maintenance. Courses combine the technical know-how and hands-on experience necessary to develop entry level workers in a variety of power generation and industrial fields. Students will become familiar with the operation and maintenance of the standard equipment encountered in the power generation industry.
- Complete the general university requirements.
- Complete the certificate requirements.
- Complete the following program (major) requirements:*
PGEN F101—Intro to Power Generation, Distribution & Alternative Energy—3 credits
PGEN F102—Basic Electricity for Power Generation Operators—4 credits
PGEN F103—Introduction to Power Generation: Maintenance—4 credits
PGEN F104—Gas & Steam Turbines; Co-Generation and Combined Cycle Technologies—4 credits
PRT F110—Introduction to Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Awareness—3 credits
PRT F120—Water Quality Management for Process Industries—4 credits
PRT F140—Industrial Process Instrumentation I—3 credits
WMT F103—Welding I—3 credits
- Minimum credits required—37 credits
* Student must earn a C grade or better in each course.