Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing

Award: DIPLOMA

Length: A full-time student may complete the

program in two years. The actual time required

to complete this program may vary depending

upon the schedule of some course offerings

and the student’s schedule. Students enrolled

in this program may be required to take some

evening courses in order to complete the program

requirements.

Purpose: The purpose of the Electrical/Electronic

Equipment Servicing program is to train, upgrade

and increase technical competence of qualified

personnel to operate, maintain and service

electrical-electronic equipment.

Occupational Objectives: The following

occupational titles represent examples of possible

employment opportunities:

Electronic Equipment Technician

Equipment Service Technician

Instrument Technician

Laboratory Technician

Admission Requirements: To enter this curriculum

requires that an individual meet the general

admission requirements of the college. If you meet

the general admissions requirements, a counselor

will discuss with you the strengths and weaknesses

as revealed by an appropriate placement test.

You may correct any deficiencies in academic

preparation in the college’s Developmental Studies

program. A student may enroll in sophomore-level

courses only after completing all freshman courses

or with the permission of the instructor of each

course.

 

Program Description: The Electrical/Electronic

Equipment Servicing program is a specialized

and concentrated work-study program including

specialized field trips and seminars. The program

has been designed for the full- or part-time student

and provides maximum flexibility for the business

and industrial worker. The first year includes

common core courses. These courses provide

for a general foundation in electrical-electronic

concepts, devices, networks and fundamental

circuits/systems. Technical electives are provided

to reinforce the career objectives and must be

approved by the student’s faculty advisor. Students

working in related areas may receive 2 to 4

credits per semester by choosing the Coordinated

Internship electives.

Program Requirements: To receive a Diploma

in Electrical/Electronic Equipment Servicing, you

must complete a minimum of 85-86 credits with a

cumulative grade point average of 2.00 or better.

 


 

      Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
First Year (Fall Semester)      
SDV 100   College Success Skills 1 0 1
ELE 113   Basic Electricity I 3 0 3
ELE 123   Electrical Applications I 1 2 2
ELE 152   Calculations I 0 3
ENG 131   Technical Report Writing I 3 0 3
Total     11 2 12

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
First Year (Spring Semester)      
ELE 114   Basic Electricity II 3 0 3
ELE 124   Electrical Applications II 1 2 2
ECO 100 Elementary Economics 3 0 3
ELE 123   Electronics Applications I 1 2 2
ETR 141 Electronics I 1 2 2
ETR 151   Electronic Circuits and Troubleshooting 2 0 2
Total     11 6 14

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
First Year (Summer Term)      
ELE 156   Electrical Control Systems 2 2 3
ETR 142   Electronics II 3 0 3
ETR 152   Electronic Circuits &
Troubleshooting II
2 0 2
ETR 124 ETR Applications II 1 2 2
Total     8 4 10

      Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Second Year (Fall Semester)      
ELE 216   Industrial Electricity 2 3 3
ETR 282   Digital Systems I 2 3 3
ELE 131   National Electric Code I 3 0 3
ETR 149   PC Upgrade and Repair 3 0 3
Total     10 6 12

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Second Year (Spring Semester)      
ELE 239 Programmable Controllers 2 3 3
ELE 132   National Electric Code II 2 3 3
ELE 190 Coordinated Internship 3 0 3
HUM 165   Controversial Issues 3 0 3
ETR 295   Topics in E/E (Schematic Reading) 1 0 1
Total     12 3 13

 

    Lecture
Hours
Lab
Hours
Course
Credits
Second Year (Summer Term)      
ETR 136   General Industrial ETR Systems 2 3 3
ELE 240   Advanced PLCs 2 3
ITE 116 Survey of Computer Software Application 2 0 2
PSY 126   Psychology for Business and Industry 3 0 3
Total     9 6 11


Total Minimum Credits for a Diploma in Electrical / Electronic
Equipment Servicing................................................................72

 

   

 

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