Bakersfield College

Electronics: Industrial Maintenance

Job Skills Certificate

The Bakersfield College Electronics Certificate program will show the world that you have gained the necessary knowledge and skills to perform better on the job. This program of study is widely recognized and modeled after local industry competency standards. A certified electronic professional often appears more dedicated, more skilled and thus more attractive to prospective employers. Program includes study in the following areas: electrical theory and components, soldering, wiring diagrams, safety instrumentation, temperature, pressure, level detectors, motor theory and wiring, installation and wiring standards and mechanical systems. This program prepares students for careers in electronics technology. Entry level positions in petroleum/energy, instrumentation/process control, logistics and distribution, ancillary services, materials processing, and industrial maintenance.

Program Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion, the student will:

  • demonstrate proficiency and safe operation of motors and process control technology that is required for industrial employment.
  • demonstrate trouble shooting and problem solving skills used by maintenance personnel for industrial technology related fields.
  • demonstrate an understanding of instrumentation and mechanical systems for transfer to a four year university degree program or for certification.

Total Units: 10

Required Courses

Course Number Title Units
ELET B55A Electric Motors-Controsl 4.0
ELET B56 Instrumentation & Process Control 3.0
ELET B70 Mechnical Systems 3.0

**The courses and unit values on this page are representative of the typical values and courses required by this program. They are taken from the most current catalog, and therefore may not be accurate for the degree or certificate requirements for some students, depending on your year of catalog rights. Please refer to your appropriate catalog or see a counselor for accurate degree requirements.

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