Electronics Technology - Associate in Science Degree

  • Use the principles and theories of science, engineering and mathematics to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection and maintenance.
  • Training in electrical theory, circuits and application, as well as power generation, transmission, distribution and utilization.
  • Courses detailing measuring instruments and test equipment, electrical drafting and electrical controls.
  • Build or set up equipment, prepare and conduct experiments, calculate and record the results in a research and development environment.
  • Assist engineers in various projects. 

Alternative Energy Option - Associate in Science Degree

Electro-Mechanical Manufacturing Option - Associate in Applied Science Degree

  • Basic understanding of automated equipment used in a computer integrated environment.
  • Apply the principles of electronics, mechanisms, fluid and electrical power, and microcomputer/PLCs to support automated equipment.
  • Upgrade the skills of those already in the computer integrated work environment.
  • Acquire the technological and analytical skills to work in a medical research and development setting.
  • Operate, calibrate and maintain medical equipment for hospitals, suppliers and manufacturers.
  • Graduates may test for the certification test given by the International Certificate Commission for Clinical Engineering and Biomedical Technology.
  • Basic understanding of electronics and troubleshooting skills needed in industry.
  • Courses detailing wireless communications, semiconductor, automation design and industrial controls.
  • Design, analyze and build test equipment used in industry.
  • Exposure to microcomputer/PLC theory and practical applications.
  • Valuable laboratory experience in areas like robotics, problem solving, circuit board fabrication, antenna field patterns, and system noise and gain.
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