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Commercial Electrical Maintenance • Associate in Applied Science

Occupational Program

Colleague Code: AAS.CEM

Curriculum Code: CEM 253

Program Information:

  • This applied science program of study must be taken in its entirety to meet degree requirements.
  • Portions of this program are provided by the Association of Illinois Electric Cooperatives, 6460 South Sixth Street Road, Springfield. Those portions include the EDL program courses.

For Program Information Contact:

Workforce Institute at 217-786-2750 or Workforce@llcc.edu or see a Student Success Coach.

Recommended Course Sequence:

First Semester:

EGL 103Career Communications

3

ELM 101Workplace Safety Certifications

1

ELM 103Principles of Electricity and Circuits

4

ELM 105Principles of Transformers and AC Circuits

4

TEM 103Vocational-Technical Math

3

or a higher math elective

3-5

Second Semester:

EGL 106Technical and Professional Communication II

3

OR

CMN 104Interpersonal Communication

3

ELM 107Motors and Generators

4

ELM 114AC Industrial Controls

4

TES 121Technical Shop Physics

3

Third Semester:

WIT 107Mechatronics Blueprint Reading

3

Fourth Semester:

ELM 115Residential and Commercial Wiring

4

ELM 117Electrical Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance

4

WIT 109Programmable Logic Controls I

4

BUS 121Introduction to Business

3

Fifth Semester:

CAD 151Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Drafting

3

WIT 209Programmable Logic Controls II

3

ESI 101Employability Skills

2

CSC 105Computer Applications and Concepts

3

Sixth Semester:

Humanities, Fine Arts or Social Science Elective

3

Course Requirements:

Required General Education Courses

Please see your Student Success Coach for course planning.

EGL 103Career Communications

3

EGL 106Technical and Professional Communication II

3

OR

CMN 104Interpersonal Communication

3

TEM 103Vocational-Technical Math

3

or a higher math elective

3-5

TES 121Technical Shop Physics

3

Humanities, Fine Arts or Social Science Elective

3

Total Credit Hours:15

Note: For students wishing to transfer to a four-year university, they should pursue a pathway that substitutes EGL 101 and 102 for EGL 103 and 106 or CMN 104. Contact your transfer institution and student success coach for guidance on transferable general education coursework.

Required Program Courses

ELM 101Workplace Safety Certifications

1

ELM 103Principles of Electricity and Circuits

4

ELM 105Principles of Transformers and AC Circuits

4

ELM 107Motors and Generators

4

ELM 114AC Industrial Controls

4

ELM 115Residential and Commercial Wiring

4

ELM 117Electrical Troubleshooting and Preventive Maintenance

4

WIT 107Mechatronics Blueprint Reading

3

WIT 109Programmable Logic Controls I

4

WIT 209Programmable Logic Controls II

3

Total Credit Hours:35

Required Program Support Courses

BUS 121Introduction to Business

3

CAD 151Fundamentals of Computer-Aided Drafting

3

CSC 105Computer Applications and Concepts

3

ESI 101Employability Skills

2

Total Credit Hours:11