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Commercial and Residential Electricity

 Commercial and Residential Electricity

Construction Management: Commercial and Residential Electricity

Key Program Features: Real-world experience, small class sizes, hands-on learning, professional opportunities, and an engaging faculty.

The Construction Management: Commercial and Residential Electricity program is offered exclusively at the Hocking College Logan Educational Site.

The electrical Construction Management program responds to the growing need for individuals trained in commercial and residential electricity management and skilled craftwork. Electricity construction managers are involved in the planning, estimating, scheduling, and execution of a variety of commercial and residential projects.  Opportunities also exist for those who aspire to manage their own businesses as independent electrical contractors.

Prior work experience and/or completion of electrical management apprenticeship programs may result in credit hours being awarded by advanced standing, portfolio, and exam assessment.


The following outcomes are skills, behaviors, and attitudes cultivated in students seeking the Associate of Technical Study in Construction Management - Commercial and Residential Electricity

  • Identify, interpret, and apply National Electrical Code (NEC) wiring methods that pertain to residential and commercial installations, in order to install electrical systems that are safe and free of hazard.
  • Implement OSHA safety standards to prevent electrical hazards and accidents on the jobsite.
  • Take measurements for, and produce the following bends: offset, 90 degree, kick, 3-point saddle, 4-point saddle.
  • Interprets contract documents (records/drawings) for purpose of estimating materials and labor, and project management.
  • Properly design and install circuitry including single pole, 3-way, 4-way switches; GFCI receptacles; duplex receptacles; and luminaires.
  • Troubleshoot electrical circuits using an electrical meter in order to repair malfunctioning circuits.
  • Install proper terminations for the following: splices, but splices, mechanical and compression lugs, exothermic welding, and back-wired devices.

 

Additional Outcomes

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Hocking College

2018 - 2019 Associate of Technical Study in Construction Management:
Commercial & Residential Electricity

Total Credit Hours:
62.0

Estimated Course Fees:
$3,129.00-3,144.00

Class Hours: 43.0
Lab Hours: 85.0

Total Credit Hours:
62.0

Estimated Course Fees:
$3,129.00-3,144.00

Class Hours: 43.0
Lab Hours: 85.0

 

Hocking College Reserves the right to modify curricular requirements, to change course content, and change course fees at any time.
  COURSE NO. FIRST SEMESTER Class Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Course Fee
  MATH-1103 Applied Mathematics 2.00 2.00 3.00 $182.00
  GS-1000 HC Cornerstone 1.00 0.00 1.00 $80.00
  ENGL-1510 English Composition I 4.00 0.00 4.00 $50.00
  CMEL-1100 Electrical Trades 4.00 4.00 6.00 $825.00
  CM-1101 Construction Safety OSHA 30 2.00 0.00 2.00 $25.00
    Totals 13.00 6.00 16.00 $1,162.00

  COURSE NO. SECOND SEMESTER Class Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Course Fee
  CMEL-1200 Residential Wiring 4.00 4.00 6.00 $400.00
  CM-1107 Forklift & Scissor Lift Certification 2.00 2.00 3.00 $150.00
  MICS-1141 Introduction to Word & Excel 1.00 0.00 1.00 $70.00
  COMM-1130 Speech 3.00 0.00 3.00 $40.00
    Totals 10.00 6.00 13.00 $660.00

  COURSE NO. SUMMER SEMESTER Class Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Course Fee
  NRM-2296 Natural Resources Practicum & Seminar 1.00 7.00 2.00 $100.00
    Totals 1.00 7.00 2.00 $100.00

  COURSE NO. THIRD SEMESTER Class Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Course Fee
  CMEL-2300 Commercial Wiring Applications 4.00 4.00 6.00 $400.00
  BUS-1100 Small Business Management 2.00 2.00 3.00 $92.00
  CM-2107 Construction Materials Estimating 3.00 0.00 3.00 $115.00
  BIOS-1101 Environmental Science 3.00 0.00 3.00 $40.00
  ENGL-1104 Job Search Techniques 1.00 0.00 1.00 $15.00
    Totals 13.00 6.00 16.00 $662.00

  COURSE NO. FOURTH SEMESTER Class Hours Lab Hours Credit Hours Course Fee
  CMEL-2400 Advanced Electrical Topics 4.00 4.00 6.00 $440.00
  CM-2105 Project Management 3.00 0.00 3.00 $90.00
  *** Construction Electrical Elective 0.00 0.00 3.00  
  *** Social Science Elective 0.00 0.00 3.00  
    Totals 7.00 4.00 15.00 $530.00
FIRST SEMESTER
Class Hours: 13.00 Lab Hours: 6.00 Cost: $1,162.00

SECOND SEMESTER
Class Hours 9.00 Lab Hours: 8.00 Cost: $660.00

SUMMER SEMESTER
Class Hours: 13.00 Lab Hours: 6.00 Cost: $662.00

FOURTH SEMESTER
Class Hours: 7.00 Lab Hours: 4.00 Cost: $530.00

Additional Resources

Commercial and Residential ElectricityA Career in Commercial and Residential Electricity Will Shock You With Possibilities

Graduates of the Construction Management-Commercial and Residential Electricity program are employed as construction estimators, construction sales managers, purchasing managers and electricians.

 

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Want to learn more about a career in this hands on field? Check out our ebook about construction management.

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Student Learning Outcomes 

Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are statements of what a student will be able to do when they have completed a program. They represent the knowledge and skills a program has determined are most important for students to gain from that program and include both the Success Skills (institutional outcomes) and Program Outcomes. SLOs are specific and measurable so the program can accurately assess the degree to which students have achieved each outcome, and they align with college and institution mission and values. Data on the achievement of SLOs is used to make improvements in the program and increase student success. 

Success Skills

  • CE - Communicates Effectively
  • PA - Maintains Professional Skills and Attitudes
  • CT - Demonstrates Learning Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving Skills
  • ET - Maintains a Code of Ethics
  • HR - Practices Human Relations Skills
  • MS - Demonstrates Math Skills
  • GA - Demonstrates Community, Cultural and Global Awareness
  • IT - Implements Career-Appropriate Technology

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Program Outcomes

The following outcomes are skills, behaviors, and attitudes cultivated in students seeking the Associate of Technical Study in Construction Management - Commercial and Residential Electricity

  • Identify, interpret, and apply National Electrical Code (NEC) wiring methods that pertain to residential and commercial installations, in order to install electrical systems that are safe and free of hazard.
  • Implement OSHA safety standards to prevent electrical hazards and accidents on the jobsite.
  • Take measurements for, and produce the following bends: offset, 90 degree, kick, 3-point saddle, 4-point saddle.
  • Interprets contract documents (records/drawings) for purpose of estimating materials and labor, and project management.
  • Properly design and install circuitry including single pole, 3-way, 4-way switches; GFCI receptacles; duplex receptacles; and luminaires.
  • Troubleshoot electrical circuits using an electrical meter in order to repair malfunctioning circuits.
  • Install proper terminations for the following: splices, but splices, mechanical and compression lugs, exothermic welding, and back-wired devices.

Retention Rates

Retention rates are determined by the office of Institutional Research utilizing the following criteria:
  • All registered fall/autumn students with registration status for the following fall/autumn.
  • Excludes special populations - College Credit Plus, Non Degree, Online Military and University Center.
  • Potential for upcoming fall/autumn excludes graduates from that fall/autumn, spring and summer terms.
Academic Year Retention Rate
2016 - 2017 45%
2015 - 2016 45%
2014 - 2015 34%

2017 - 2018 Retention Rate: N/A

2016 - 2017 Retention Rate: N/A

2015 - 2016 Retention Rate: N/A

2014 - 2015 Retention Rate: N/A

2013 - 2014 Retention Rate: N/A

 

Graduation Rates 

Graduation rates are determined by the office of Institutional Research. To ensure appropriate time for data collection, this report will be run and posted annually in the last week of September for the previous academic year. It should be noted that annual graduation rates may change as students continue to graduate. The following criteria will be utilized for the calculation of graduation rates:

  • Overall Program Completion Rate is defined as a percentage of the ratio: 

    All graduates of the program
    _________________________________________________________________
    All students with the program in their history of programs of study

  • For the purposes of reporting, the program completion rates are aggregated by academic year of entry.
  • A student is considered to have completed or graduated from a program or certificate by virtue of having been awarded the degree or certificate.
  • A student is considered to be undertaking activity in a program of study for the duration of time that they are in an active status in a program or certificate. This is defined by having a Program of Study with a status of ‘A’ during the duration of time they are taking coursework.  Should a student move in and out of active status in a program of study while continuing to take coursework, we only take into account the student’s activity while the program has an active status for that particular program of study.
Academic Year Graduation Rate
2016 - 2017 20%
2015 - 2016 25%
2014 - 2015 17.65%

2017 - 2018 Graduation Rate: N/A

2016 - 2017 Graduation Rate: N/A

2015 - 2016 Graduation Rate: N/A

 

2017 - 2018 Employment Rate: N/A

2016 - 2017 Employment Rate: N/A

2015 - 2016 Employment Rate: N/A

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