Electrical Power Generation
Why Choose Electrical Power Generation Certificate?
On-Site Power Generation is the production of electrical energy at, or close to, the location where it is to be used.
The vast majority of On-Site power is produced with generator sets with internal combustion (IC) engines as the prime mover.
This certificate is designed to enhance the knowledge and marketability of students with majors in areas such as automotive, heavy equipment, construction, as well as technology, business and communications.
Career opportunities are widely available through heavy equipment dealers, distributors & manufacturers nationwide.
Any students admitted to Ferris and in good standing may enroll for this certificate.
Must have successfully completed MATH 110.
50% of the total credit hours must be earned at Ferris State University.
Grade of C- or higher in each course.
Cumulative GPA must be a 2.0 or higher.
College of Engineering Technology
Automotive Management and Heavy Equipment Technology
220 Sports Drive, HEC 203
Big Rapids, MI 49307