AAS Degree in Energy Technology (MIAT)

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AAS Degree in Energy Technology (MIAT)
Learn skills to prepare for a career in the energy technology industry.1

Energy Technology Program Overview

MIAT’s Energy Technology training program prepares students for careers in an innovative industry.1 Over the course of 16 months, students study a variety of topics, including power generation, wind power, compression technology and powerplant operations. They gain a comprehensive set of skills they can build upon in industries like wind, nuclear, gas, coal, power distribution and solar.

16 months From start to finish
2 campuses MIAT locations to train

Energy Technology AAS Degree Training

Graduates of the Energy Technology program earn an Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS), which can help them prepare for entry-level positions.1 As they gain skills and experience, career paths pursued by those with this degree may include:

  • Wind field service technician
  • Wind mechanical technician
  • Travel technician
  • Installation technician
  • Service technician
  • Traveling wind turbine technician
  • Commissioning support assistant
  • Maintenance technician


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Energy Technology Courses

Whether you’re familiar with the energy industry or have zero prior experience, this program is designed to build your knowledge from the ground up. Here’s a quick look at some of the courses you’ll take:

  • Energy Industry Fundamentals and Safety Compliance
  • Applied Physics and Precision Measuring
  • DC and AC Basic Electricity
  • Advanced Electrical Theory
  • Wind Technology and Components
  • Wind Turbine Operation
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Industrial Heating and Cooling and Compression Systems
  • Materials Processing, Welding and Diesel
  • Steam and Gas Turbines, Boiler Operations and Valves
  • Advanced Electro-Mechanical Devices
  • Advanced Troubleshooting and Control Systems

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Ready to Take the First Step?

If preparing for a career in energy technology sounds exciting, we’re here to help.1 Click the request info link at the top of the page to connect with an Admissions Representative.


Nov 1, 2021, 10:46 AM