1 edition of Electronics Technician (Industrial Process-Control Equipment). found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
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00 Graduates from Industrial Electronics Technology programs go on to obtain careers in a variety of fields:• 00 MATH FOR TECHNOLOGY 4. The EET track emphasizes skills required to be an Electronics Technician in engineering, manufacturing, and communications.
Rob Kightlinger has been in the field of electronics for over thirty years, specializing in the repair of consumer electronics for over twenty-five years. Graduates are prepared to pursue jobs in areas such as automated manufacturing, electrical power distribution, protection systems, and other electrically-related fields.
00 BASIC DC CIRCUIT LAB 2.
00 Spring CORE Additional General Education Course 3. Trained personnel in the Electronics Industry design, develop, fabricate, install and service electronic equipment. 00 INTRODUCTION TO MICROCONTROLLERS 4. 00 PROGRAMMING HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES HMI 4. 00 INTRODUCTION TO PLC'S 4.
Students can choose either the Instrument Mechanics IM track or the Electronic Engineering Technology EET track. 00 MATH FOR TECHNOLOGY 4. 00 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS I 4. Comprehension of programmable operator terminals and Human Machine Interface HMI software• 00 CORE Oral Communication 3. Student and Associate certifications are obtained from Electronics Technicians Association, which an internationally recognized organization. 00 Spring CORE Additional General Elective Course 3.
Students must score a 30 or higher in math on ALEKS and have a 2 or higher score on the Writing Placement Exam, or qualify for and. 00 Electronic Engineering Technician Plan of Study Grid First Year Fall Credits WRITING AND RHETORIC I 3.
00 INTRO TO INSTRUMENTATION 4. 00 WRITING AND RHETORIC I 3.
00 Spring CORE Additional General Education Course 3.
00 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS II 4.
00 INTRODUCTION TO MICROCONTROLLERS 4.