Electronics Technology, A.A.S.

The associate degree in Electronics Technology prepares students for employment as electronics technicians who work on a variety of highly specialized electronics equipment and products in locations from the original manufacturer to the final user. This work may include design, construction, testing, installation, maintenance and repair.

The associate degree in applied science will be awarded after satisfactory completion of the four-semester program.

Program Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

  • Identify malfunctions in electrical and electro-mechanical instruments.
  • Repair non-functioning electrical and electro-mechanical instruments.
  • Calibrate scientific and industrial instruments.
  • Use established maintenance procedures for scientific and industrial instruments.
  • Test input/output parameters of electrical/mechanical devices.
  • Assemble electrical and electro-mechanical devices.
  • Identify electrical/electro-mechanical components, devices or systems in accordance with predetermined specifications.
  • Present technical information in oral, written and graphic form, including use of microcomputers to manipulate content and access information.

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First Semester (17 credits)

ENG 100 - Composition I 3
MAT 110 - Technical Mathematics I 4
TCC 111 - Technical Communication 3
TEL 101 - D C Analysis 4
Humanities Elective 3 Credits

Fourth Semester (15 credits)

TEL 124 - Microprocessor I 3
Social Sciences Elective 3 Credits
CSEL Internship or Technical Elective 3 Credits

MAT 160, MAT 161 may be elected instead of MAT 110, MAT 111.

Total Credits: 68

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