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|413 361 - Intermediate National Electrical Code|
Examines standards and procedures used by electricians in determining requirements for electrical installations. Focuses on the process of how the code is used in making decisions and how different occupancies, such as residential, commercial or industrial, affect the electrical installation process. Must be an Electricity program student. (Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in 413-360 Introduction to National Electrical Code)
2.000 Credit hours
54.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
One-Year Technical Diploma, Material Fee Category 00, Mtrl Fee Cat 00 Diploma, Out of State Fees-Tech Dipl, Senr 60&Over Waiv Allwd (TD), Student Accident Insurance Fee
Must be enrolled in one of the following Programs:
Must be assigned one of the following Student Attributes:
Core 31-413-1 Electricity
Course or Test: 413 360
Minimum Grade of C
May be taken concurrently.
May not be taken concurrently.
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