The Advanced Electronics Technology certificate prepares students for an entry-level electronics and electricity technology position with basic skills and competencies in the field of analog and digital electrical and electronic devices. It provides students with fundamentals of electricity and electronics, including analog and digital circuits, microcomputers, and industrial automation.
This certificate requires 31 credits in the courses listed below. Please note: A student's readiness to perform college-level coursework is based on the student's placement test and/or ACT scores. Below 1000 level coursework may be required prior to the student taking courses in the suggested sequences below. Please meet with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss the details.
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|ELECT 1100||Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals||3|
|ELECT 1101||Circuits I||3|
|ELECT 1120||Electronic Documentation and Fabrication||2|
|ELECT 1141||Digital Fundamentals||3|
|ELECT 1151||Electronic Devices and Applications||4|
|ELECT 1161||Modern Communications||3|
|ELECT 2273||Embedded Systems and Microcontroller Programming||3|
|ELMEC 1106||Power Electricity and Rotating Machines||4|
|ELMEC 2510||Process and Automation Controls||3|
|ELMEC 2520||Industrial Control and Data Acquisition||3|
Total Credits: 31
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
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