Electrical Construction Design & Management

The Electrical Construction Design & Management program provides graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary for entry-level employment in the electrical engineering/construction industry.

Graduates of the program start a career as drafters, designers, estimators, or project managers at engineering firms or electrical contractor companies. Students receive training in fundamental electrical theory and application; motors, transformers and generators; electrical control systems; electrical installations and wiring; electrical safety; drafting and designing power, lighting and low voltage systems; lighting calculations; power system analysis; cost estimation; CSI specifications; and project management.

The National Electrical Code (NEC) is studied extensively. Students learn to think like a designer, learning crucial problem-solving skills as they advance through the program. Arts & Sciences curriculum supports the technical skills students learn as well as enhance oral and written communication skills, fundamental math skills and critical thinking ability. Students also complete a capstone electrical engineering/construction project that integrates and documents all aspects of drafting, designing, specifying, analyzing, estimating and managing.

Degree Information:

Graduates earn an associate of Applied Science degree; the program takes two years (four semesters) to complete.

Common Job Titles:

Electrical Drafter; Electrical Project Manager; Electrical Designer; BIM Specialist

Program Placement Rate: 100%

Data reflects placement for AY2013-14 graduates indicating employment in their field of study within 6 months following graduation. Full data calculations are available for review during College open hours Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. CT at Career Services or contact rthomson@dunwoody.edu.

Recent Employers:

Parsons Electric; Black & Veatch; Egan Companies; Gausman & Moore

National Median Salary: $47,880

SOURCE: Based on the 2012-2013 Edition of the Occupational Outlook Handbook published by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, www.bls.gov.

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