Wind Energy Technology

The Renewable Energy Wind Technology Program prepares students for careers in the renewable energy and wind industry – in the operation, maintenance, or manufacturing of wind turbines and related parts. Students can expect to emerge from the AC program with a solid background in the appropriate core sub-disciplines of electronics, control systems, and electro-mechanical equipment. Additionally, AC offers appropriate safety training along the way.

 

What can you do with a Wind Energy Technology degree or certificate?


The wind-energy supply chain requires the skills of many different production occupations, including machinists, computer-controlled machine tool operators, assemblers, welders, quality-control inspectors, and industrial production managers. The job duties, skills, and training backgrounds of these workers are similar to those of manufacturing employees in other industries.

  

Follow your path to a Certificate or stack them to get your Degree


Enter the Workforce in as little as 1 semester

Industrial Technology - Basic Core Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hr

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematic

3 hr

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hr

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hr

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hr

 

Wind Basic Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hr

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematic

3 hr

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hr

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hr

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hr

IEIR 1312           Distribution System

3 hr

2nd Semester – 9 hrs.

WLDG 1307  Intro to Welding Using Multi Processe

3 hr

EECCT 2335  Telecommunication

3 hr

IEIR 1310  Motor Control

3 hr

 

Wind Advanced Certificate

1st Semester – 15 hr

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematic

3 hr

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hr

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hr

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hr

IEIR 1312           Distribution System

3 hr

2nd Semester – 9 hrs.

WLDG 1307  Intro to Welding Using Multi Processe

3 hr

EECCT 2335  Telecommunication

3 hr

IEIR 1310  Motor Control

3 hr

3rd Semester – 12 hr

ELMT 1306 Programmable Logic Controller

3 hr

INTC 1301  Principles of Industrial Measurement

3 hr

INMT 2301 Machinery Installation

3 hr

WIND 2359 Wind Power Delivery System

3 hr

4th Semester – 9 hrs.

ELMT 2341 Electromechanical  System

3 hr

ELMT 233  Industrial Electronic

3 hr

ELMT 1305 Basic Fluid Power  

3 hr

 

Wind  AAS

1st Semester – 15 hr

MCHN 1343        Machine Shop Mathematic

3 hr

ETWR 1302         Introduction to Technical Writing

3 hr

INMT 1305          Introduction to Industrial Maintenance

3 hr

ELPT 1311           Basic Electrical Theory

3 hr

IEIR 1312           Distribution System

3 hr

2nd Semester – 9 hrs.

WLDG 1307  Intro to Welding Using Multi Processe

3 hr

EECCT 2335  Telecommunication

3 hr

IEIR 1310  Motor Control

3 hr

3rd Semester – 12 hr

ELMT 1306 Programmable Logic Controller

3 hr

INTC 1301  Principles of Industrial Measurement

3 hr

HART 1311  Solar Fundamental

3 hr

WIND 2359 Wind Power Delivery System

3 hr

4th Semester – 9 hrs.

ELMT 2341 Elctromechanical System

3 hr

ELMT 233  Industrial Electronic

3 hr

ELMT 1302 Solar Photovoltaic System

3 HRS

5th Semester – 15 hrs.

Social/Behavioral Science

3 hr

Life& Physical Sciences/Mathematic

3 hr

Language, Philosophy, & Culture/Creative Art

3 hr

ENGL 1301-Composition I

3 hr

SPCH

3 hr