Saturday – December 07, 2019

Automated Building Systems (ABS)


Oak Creek Campus


Learn about emerging technologies and gain entry-level skills required for careers as technicians and specialists in building automations and controls. This industry encompasses a broad range of technologies used to efficiently control the electrical and mechanical systems in commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. Courses are taught in the new Automated Building Systems (ABS) Lab.

Career Outlook: In this field, there is potential for advancement, progressing from entry-level installation work to troubleshooting and programming duties, to facility management.

Program Code: 30-481-1 

Start Dates: August and January

Career Cluster: Architecture & Construction

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Fall 2019 – Spring 2020 Course Requirements (link)
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