Electrical Systems Technology (EST)
This curriculum provides an opportunity for you to prepare for employment or enhance your current job skills in the electronics, electrical, controls, and communications industries. Job opportunities are in residential, commercial or industrial settings.
You can start this program without any prior experience in the electrical fields. Most courses include both lecture and lab and have been approved by the Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS) to qualify you as an Electrician Trainee in the state of California.
The EST department classroom labs are well equipped with equipment representative of industry. This affords the you the opportunity to gain not only textbook knowledge, but also a 'hands-on' experience. We believe the emphasis on hands-on experiences is what sets FCC's training apart from other institutions.
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To get things started, apply online. Be sure to also complete the online orientation, activate a WebAdvisor account and student email.
Once you have a student ID number, call 559.442.8273 to schedule an appointment with a counselor in the Applied Technology Office. Counselors are available in the Applied Technology Division Office to assist students with creating a Student Education Plan for an Electrical Systems Technology Degree or Certificate.
Courses and Information
The EST Club meets on Tuesdays from 12 to 1 in room T-303H, the main objective of the EST Club is to help promote the electrical systems program at Fresno City College. In addition to promoting the program, EST club provides support to those students who are in the program by sharing old textbooks sharing job listings and creating a network of students who share common goals. In the past the EST Club has done volunteer work with Grid Alternatives doing photovoltaic installations and volunteering at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore. In addition to the volunteer work the club has done off campus, EST club members participate in conjunction with Student Activities Office volunteering at various campus events.