College of Rural and Community Development
Community and Technical College
Admissions to this program are presently suspended.
Minimum Requirements for Certificate: 37 credits
The power generation program will help students develop entry-level skills 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--Introduction to Power Generation, Distribution and 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 and 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
* Students must earn a C grade or better in each course.