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Power Plant Engineering

A program that prepares individuals to plan electrical systems and modify existing electrical systems that generate and use large amounts of electricity required for distribution networks that are economical, safe, and functional. Includes instruction in alternative/renewable energy systems; calculus; circuit analysis; electrical power systems and industry practices; electrical system design; microprocessor architecture; motor control systems; power electronics operation, planning and protection; programmable logic controllers; and project management.

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The Wayne County Community College District is a public, 2-year institution established in Michigan, with six campuses in Detroit, Taylor, and Belleville. The district offers over 80 degree and certificate programs, including a Nursing program and 10...


Wayne County Community College is phenomenal. They offer a variety of programs with shorter programs to a 2 yr. degree. They also have a great healthcare program certification. The Professors that are employed at the school are very informal, helpful...

” – Tempest from Detroit, MI