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Electric Utilities Technology

 

Looking for a high-paying electric utility lineworker job with one of the largest companies in the country? An Associate of Applied Science in Electric Utilities Technology degree can get you there. It gives you the training you need to go right into the job market, working as a substation engineer or lineworker at First Energy or another utility.

Why Edinboro Stands Out.

Edinboro has a strong reputation for preparing students for rewarding careers. When you apply to the Associate of Applied Science in Electric Utilities Technology program, you can be confident in your choice for these reasons:

  • The Associate of Applied Science in Electric Utilities Technology program at Edinboro is approved by First Energy.
  • Most expenses and tuition are covered by First Energy.
  • There's a high completion rate for students.
  • 90% of our graduates are immediately employed by First Energy.

How Edinboro Supports You.

With this associate degree, you'll have the training you need to go right into the job market, working as a substation engineer or electric utilities lineworker at First Energy or another utility.

The program is unique because it combines classroom learning with on-the-job training. Academic coursework in the areas of math, physics, communications, business and electronics are balanced with practical courses that you'll use every day.

Field opportunities and technical training are provided by Power Systems Institute, a training facility operated and maintained by First Energy.

If you're currently pursuing Power Systems Institute (PSI) training provided by First Energy, this program will complement your knowledge and make you an even more attractive employee.

Your Future

Our Associate of Applied Science in Electric Utilities Technology is a powerful degree because it helps you do all of this:

  • Assess and operationalize a management and business plan in a technological environment and handle personal finances responsibly.
  • Acquire the analytical and quantitative skills you need to succeed in this occupation.
  • Develop strong communications skills.
  • Satisfactorily complete the Power Systems Institute (PSI) and related field experience.

Questions About This Program?

Dr. Richard Lloyd
Department Chair
G09 Cooper Hall
Email: rlloyd@edinboro.edu
Phone: 814-732-1699

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