Grade 12 -Dual Credit through GC     

                   Electrical Technology I & II

            HVAC & Refrigeration Technology I, II 

                   Process Technology

                

Electrical Technology I & II

Endorsement & Pathway Community

Business & Industry: Industrial Trades/ I&E

Grades 12

Electrical

Technology I, II

(4-5 Credits )

Prerequisites

Industrial Trades & Operations or PLTW Students with 3 years of completed pathway. 

Offered at Galveston College Applied Technical Center.  Students enrolled in this program are working towards electrical and instrumentation certification with Galveston College’s Electrical & Instrumentation Applied Science Associate’s Degree.  While enrolled as a high school senior in the program, students will earn up to 30 college hours.  Students gain advanced knowledge and skills specific to those needed to enter the work force as an electrician or building maintenance technician or supervisor or prepare for a postsecondary degree in construction. Students acquire knowledge and skills in safety, electrical theory, tools, codes, installation of electrical equipment, alternating current and direct current motors, conductor installation, installation of electrical services, and electric lighting installation. This program is paid for by the GCC/Moody Grant!

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HVAC & Refrigeration Technology I,II 

Endorsement & Pathway Community

Business & Industry: Industrial Trades/ I&E

Grades 12

HVAC & Refrigeration I,II

(4-5 Credits)

Prerequisites

Industrial Trades & Operations or PLTW Students with 3 years of completed pathway. 

Offered at Galveston College Applied Technical Center.  Students enrolled in this program are working towards electrical and instrumentation certification with Galveston College’s HVAC/R Applied Science Associate’s Degree.  While enrolled as a high school senior in the program, students will earn up to 30 college hours.  Students gain advanced knowledge and skills specific to those needed to enter the industry as HVAC and refrigeration technicians or building maintenance technicians or supervisors or prepare for a postsecondary degree. Students acquire knowledge and skills in safety, electrical theory, tools, codes, installation of commercial HVAC equipment, heat pumps, trouble-shooting techniques, various duct systems, and maintenance practices.

Course Overview 

Process Technology

Endorsement & Pathway Community

Business & Industry: Industrial Trades/ I&E

Grades 12

Process Technology

(4-5 Credits)

Prerequisites

TSI, Algebra 2, Chemistry, and be enrolled in Physics

Jet fuel, building materials, metals and plastics—all are products of process technology. Process technology involves every aspect of chemical processing, including extracting chemicals such as oil and natural gas, refining them and carefully monitoring the process that makes it happen. Special instrumentation, pumps, turbines and compressors are designed to monitor and separate the chemicals that make up countless products we use every day.

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