Electronics Technology (AAS)

This curriculum is designed to prepare a student for employment as a technician in the industrial and customer service areas. Successful completion of the program leads to the Associate in Applied Science Degree. (Students may elect only those courses required to develop a particular skill without enrolling in the entire program of study that leads to a degree.) Students who wish to complete a program in two years are advised to use a sequence of courses recommended by their counselor or by the instructor. If a student wishes to attend college on less than a full-time basis, the program may be extended beyond two years.

Source: MCC 2015-16 Catalog

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 19 CR. HRS.
AMT 129 3
Introduction to Technology
BCOM 101 3
Business and Technical Communications
BCOM 102 3
Advanced Bus and Tech Communications
BUS 127 3
Human Relations
ELTR 111 5
Electronics Mathematics
HE 110 1
Industrial Safety and Workplace Training
Choose One (1) Course From: 1
PEA 101A, PEA 103, PEA 104A, PEA 118, or PEA 201
ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS 26 CR. HRS.
CIS 109 2
Personal Computer Maintenance
ELTC 150 3
Industrial Electricity
ELTC 160L&L 3
Programmable Controllers
ELTR 101 4
Electronics-Basic
ELTR 102A 4
Active Devices & Circuit Analysis
ELTR 112 3
Digital Electronics I
ELTR 202A 4
Industrial Electronic Systems
ELTR 211A 3
Microcomputer Interfacing
TECHNICAL-RELATED REQUIREMENTS 3 CR. HRS.
Choose One (1) Course From: 3
CAD 100 Introduction to Drafting
CAD 110 Intro to Computer-Aided Drafting (2D)
ELECTIVES 14 CR. HRS.
Electives must be chosen from the following list or have departmental approval.
BUS 125 3
Supervision
CIS 209 3
PERSONAL COMPUTER MAINTENANCE II
(A+ CERTIFICATION)
COM 101 3
Oral Communications
ELTC 203 3
Advanced Programmable Controllers
ELTR 212 4
Medical Instrumentation & Measurement
HP 101 3
Hydraulics/Pneumatics
MET 101 3
Industrial Materials
TECH 200 3
Applied Alternative and Renewable Energy
TECH 290CI 3
Cooperative Internship
Total 62

Students are advised that it could be dangerous to wear contact lenses in any area where fumes from chemicals, solvents, gases, and areas where electrical flash may be present. You should plan to wear prescription eyeglasses if you take classes where these hazards exist.