Skip to main content

Cohort Model and Fast Track

Grayson College's Electrical Engineering Technology Program is a cohort model (12 seats per group w/4 groups minimum) starting in the Fall semester and offers an accelerated path to success. Students can earn two level one certificates, NC3, Universal Robots, and Fanuc Robots national certifications, and complete 45 technical training hours in just 12 months through hybrid classes.

Students commit to classes scheduled four days a week, four hours a day (Monday through Thursday) during morning or afternoon sessions. After certificate completion, students need only 15 academic core hours or one semester to earn their Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree, which can be accomplished in 18 months or less. This streamlined program equips graduates with the skills and credentials needed for a thriving career in electrical engineering and related fields.