Electromechanical & Electric Power Technology

Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology Degrees

Offered at: Larimer

A.A.S. in Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology

with Electrical/Mechanical  Concentration

67 credits
(2 years)

An Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology with an Electrical/Mechanical Concentration will qualify you for entry-level positions in manufacturing industries and maintenance of electrical equipment in energy industries.

Electrical/Mechanical Technicians construct, operate, test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair equipment in various industries. You will learn about electronics, digital devices, programmable logic controllers, industrial fluid power and control, lean manufacturing, and wind and solar energy.

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A.A.S. in Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology with

Energy Technology Concentration

66 credits
(2 years)

An A.A.S. degree in Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology with an Energy Technology Concentration will qualify you for entry-level positions in power plant operations and electric grid operations.

Operators monitor power plant equipment and indicators, adjust controls to generate specified electrical power, and control power generating equipment. You will learn about basic plant operations, digital devices, instrumentation and control, steam turbines, power generation, substations and transformers, and interconnected system operations.

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Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology Certificates

Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology

35 credits
(2 semesters)

This certificate provides a firm foundation for specialization in Electro-Mechanical and Energy Technology. You learn about safety, electronics, print reading, measurement, communication and teamwork, and quality control. You also complete the general education requirements for the degree.

Once you complete the certificate, you choose your degree concentration in either Electrical/Mechanical Technology or Energy Technology.

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Electro-Mechanical Technology Jobs & Salaries

  Entry Average Experienced
Manufacturing Production Technician $35,804 $63,054 $76,678
Power Plant Operator $51,680 $67,367 $75,210
Electrical and Electronics Repair Technician (commercial & industrial equipment)
$40,858 $55,497 $62,816
Electrical and Electronics Repair Technician (powerhouse, substation, relay) $56,171 $70,269 $78,318
Power Distributors & Dispatchers
$52,800 $66,900 $81,300
Electromechanical Technician
$39,184 $57,329 $66,402
Utility Engineering Technician (Electronics Engineering Technician) $35,000 $60,600 $83,000
Colorado Labor Market Information (2012)

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