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Contact Wade Friesen
Organization Northeast Technology Center
450 N. Hwy 59
Kansas, OK 74347
Phone (918) 868-3535
Fax (918) 868-3530
Email wade.friesen@netech.edu
Website www.netech.edu
Description This career training program combines hands-on training and classroom instruction in the area of residential, commercial, and industrial electricity.
Mike Holt Products Used Basic Electrical Theory
Understanding the NEC - Vol. 1 (current code edition)
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Okmulgee
 
 
Contact Rex Godsey
Organization Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
1801 East 4th St.
Okmulgee, OK 74447
Phone (918)293-4742
Fax (918)293-4673
Email rex.godsey@okstate.edu
Website osuit.edu
Description Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a part of the OSU educational system which offers over 50 degree programs most of which are AAS degrees with some BT degrees offered. The Construction Electrical program is designed to prepare students for a career in the Licensed Electrician Field. Successful students will graduate in two years with a 90 credit hour Associates in Applied Sciences Degree. This school and program boast a 98% employment rate at graduation.
Mike Holt Products Used Basic Electrical Theory, Understanding Basic Motors and Controls, Understanding the NEC Vol I & II
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Okmulgee
 
 
Contact Heath Mosco
Organization Oklahoma State Institute of Technology
School of Construction Technologies 1801 East 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447
Phone (918) 293-4875
Fax (918)293-4673
Email heath.mosco@okstate.edu
Website WWW.OSUIT.EDU
Description Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is a part of the OSU educational system which offers over 50 degree programs most of which are AAS degrees with some BT degrees offered. The Construction Electrical program is designed to prepare students for a career in the Licensed Electrician Field. Successful students will graduate in two years with a 90 credit hour Associates in Applied Sciences Degree. This school and program boast a 98% employment rate at graduation.
Mike Holt Products Used Basic Electrical Theory
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