Accepts statewide - Boston, Worcester, Springfield, Lowell, Cambridge, Quincy and Surround, MA
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of skilled electrical workers is projected to grow 20 percent in the next 8 years, faster than the average of all occupations. As homes and businesses require more wiring, electricians will be needed to install the necessary components for these systems. Electricians with the widest variety of skills should have the best career opportunities available to them. The average rate of pay will vary based on location and level of training.
Accepts students from Massachusetts, MA
The Electrical Technology degree program trains students for entry-level careers in the electrical industry. Some of the diverse careers open to graduates are construction electricians, maintenance electricians, power system technicians, electrical relay technicians, electrical research technicians, electrical distribution sales, electro-mechanical technicians, electrical technical support, and as an entry level controls engineer.