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Planner for Electronics Engineering Technology (A.A.S.)


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Official Title of Major: Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.S.

Award: Associate of Applied Science degree, A.A.S.

Code: AAS.EGR.ELECTRONICS

Total Credit Hours: 61

About the Engineering Department 

Purpose:

Electronics technicians assemble, install, maintain, calibrate, and repair electronic devices and equipment. Positions available for Electronics Technology program completers are vast and wide including: defense contractors, biomedical equipment com

panies, electronic component assemblers, and home automation companies, to name a few.

Graduates of the program are fully-prepared to enter the workforce as an entry-level electronics technicians.  Topics covered in the coursework include the fundamentals of AC and DC circuits, semiconductors, digital logic, and electronic communication circuits.  Students are introduced to the topics via lecture and reinforced through hands on labs utilizing various electronic equipment necessary for the trade including: oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters, function generators and spectrum analyzers.

Faculty Contact (https://webapps.aacc.edu/directory): Beth Baran

Courses to improve skills and prepare for college-level classes may be needed. It is best to see an advisor as you plan your education.

Course/Advising Notes: ________________________________________________________________________

Term 1

Course Name Credit Term Taken Grade
ENG 101 - Academic Writing and Research 1  OR
ENG 101A - Academic Writing and Research 1  
3 credit hours    
MAT 145 - Precalculus 1  OR
MAT 151 - Accelerated Precalculus  OR
MAT 191 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1  
3-4 credit hours    
EET 118 - Electronic Hardware and Assembly Techniques   4 credit hours     
EET 130 - Introduction to Electronic Circuits  
4 credit hours     

Term 2

Course Name Credit Term Taken Grade
ENG 102 - Academic Writing and Research 2  
3 credit hours     
EET 150 - Semiconductors and Linear Circuits  
4 credit hours     
EET 231 - Digital-Electronic Circuits  
4 credit hours     
CTA 100 - Computing and Information Technology  OR
CTP 103 - Theories and Applications of Digital Technology  OR
CTS 107 - Cyber Essentials  OR
EGR 120 - Introduction to Engineering Design  
3 credit hours    

Term 3

Course Name Credit Term Taken Grade
Social & Behavioral Science GER  
Students may satisfy the diversity requirement simultaneously as they satisfy the Social & Behavioral Science or Health/Fitness/Wellness general education requirement.
3 credit hours    
PHY 111 - Fundamentals of Physics 1  OR
PHY 211 - General Physics 1  
4 credit hours    
Technical Elective
Should be selected from the following:
CTA 105 - Theory and Troubleshooting Microcomputers 1  
CTS 110 - Network Essentials  
CTA 205 - Theory and Troubleshooting Microcomputers 2  
EET 140 - Introduction to Telecommunications  
EET 141 - Telecommunications Wiring Laboratory  
EET 240 - Fiber Optic Communications  
EET 250 - Microprocessors and Microcontrollers  
ENT 241 - Computer-Aided Drafting  OR
ENT 260 - Solid Modeling with SolidWorks  
MAT 146 - Precalculus 2  
MAT 191 - Calculus and Analytic Geometry 1  
MEC 110 - Mechanical Systems  
MEC 120 - Pneumatics and Hydraulics  
MEC 130 - Programmable Logic Controllers  
MEC 140 - Introduction to Robotics  
MEC 230 - Electric Motor Fundamentals 
PHY 112 - Fundamentals of Physics 2  
PHY 212 - General Physics 2  

Students need a total of 8 credits of technical electives if they take MAT 145; they need a total of 7 credits if they take MAT 151 or MAT 191.
3-4 credit hours    
EET 255 - Metrology and Calibration  
4 credit hours     
EET 260 - Electronic Communication Systems  
4 credit hours     

Term 4

Course Name Credit Term Taken Grade
EET 265 - Electronics Technician Capstone  
3 credit hours     
STM 213 - Professional Skills for STEM  
1 credit hour     
Wellness Requirement  
3 credit hours    
Technical Elective
Must be selected from Term 3 Technical Elective list.
3-4 credit hours    
COM 110 - Introduction to Interpersonal Communication  OR
COM 111 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication  OR
COM 116 - Fundamentals of Oral Communication for Non-Native Speakers  OR
COM 141 - Group Communication and Leadership  
3 credit hours    

 

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