What is Energy Technologies?
If you enjoy working with your hands, being outside, installing new systems, and solving problems, then a career in the energy industry may appeal to you. Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science in Energy Technologies degree and/or a certificate in one or more specialized, but related areas. The multiple options for certificates within the degree are associated with different energy careers, allowing students to match their strengths and interests with an appropriate plan of study. The degree, certificate options, and preparation for industry certifications give students a strong foundation to build a long-term future in the energy industry.
What are my career choices?
Want to be a lineworker? Interested in being an outside plant technician? These careers and more are available to you through the energy program at Gateway!
What are my degree, diploma, or certificate options?
|Energy Technologies - AAS: 60-64 Total credit hours||Academic Plan|
|Energy Efficiency and Analysis - Certificate: 7-10 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Solar/Photovoltaic Technologies - Certificate: 13 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Energy Utility Technician - Certificate: 15-18 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Utility Lineworker - Certificate: 16 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Outside Plant Technician - Certificate: 16-19 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
|Energy Efficiency Electrical Controls Technician - Certificate: 21 Total Credit Hours||Academic Plan|
Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP)
This program is participating in Gateway's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) and is committed to enhancing employability skills for students. Click here for more information about our QEP.