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ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY: ELECTRONICS / A.A.S. DEGREE

Ammerman
Hegis Code: 5310

Program Learning OutcomesCurriculum Code: ELTC-AAS
 

     This program is for students who wish to study for technical careers in electronics and related fields. Students are prepared for careers in industry or business as electronic technicians or engineer assistants, or they may adapt their degree for transfer to baccalaureate degree programs.
     Emphasis is placed on classroom study and laboratory training in electricity, electronics, microcontrollers, telecommunications and networking. The technical subjects are supplemented with courses in English, mathematics, physics and communication.

     Students entering industry or business can find careers as production or lab technicians, engineer assistants, or field-service representatives in the area of communications, computers, control and measurement, medical electronics, consumer and office equipment, and other electronics-related fields.

     Students planning to transfer to four-year colleges should consult with the department for their selection of courses. Typical programs to which the A.A.S. degree transfers includes the Bachelor of Electrical Technology(B.E.T.) and the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (B.S.E.T.).

Admission Procedures and Requirements

     For placement for the FIRST SEMESTER, entering students must have completed Integrated Algebra and Geometry or equivalent in high school and qualify for MAT124; students who enter at the MAT111 level can start in the program, but must complete the MAT124 and MAT125 sequence to graduate.


FIRST SEMESTER: 18.5 credits Lec. Lab Cr.
COL101: Freshman Seminar 1.5 1.5
ELT112: Electricity I 3 2 4
ELT113: Digital Electronics I 3 2 4
ELT115: Technical Problem Solving 2 1
ENG101: Standard Freshman Composition 3 3
* MAT124: Fundamentals of PreCalculus I 4 4
Physical Education Elective 2 1
   
SECOND SEMESTER: 18 credits Lec. Lab. Cr.
ELT221: Electronic applications of Mathematics 2 1
ELT222: Electronics I 3 2 4
ELT224: Electricity II 3 2 4
ELT227: Electrical Construction 2 1
ELT228: Digital Electronics II 2 2 3
* MAT125: Fundamentals of PreCalculus II 4 4
Physical Education Elective 2 1
         
THIRD SEMESTER: 17 credits Lec. Lab. Cr.
COM101: Introduction to Human Communication 3 3
ELT231: Electricity III 4 4
ELT236: Electronics II 2 2 3
ELT238: Digital Electronics III 2 2 3
* PHY101: College Physics I 3 2 4
         
FOURTH SEMESTER: 19 credits Lec. Lab. Cr.
ELT151: CISCO Computer Networking 3 3 4
ELT241: Analogue Communications 2 2 3
ELT242: Data Communications 2 2 3
ELT243: Advanced Electronics 2 2 3
** English Elective 3 3
Social Science Elective 3 3
         
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 72.5

*Students intending to transfer to baccalaureate programs are advised to take MAT141 and possibly PHY102 before transferring. Transfer students should check with the department for advisement.
**Recommended: ENG121.
 Courses that constitute the major in this
curriculum These courses constitute the major courses in this curriculum.

REQUIRED CREDIT DISTRIBUTION
Electrical Technology 45 credits
Mathematics/Science 12 credits
English 6 credits
Humanities 3 credits
Social Science 3 credits
Freshman Seminar 1.5 credits
Physical Education 2 credits