- Analyze, configure, troubleshoot, and assist in designing and measuring electrical and electronic circuits and systems;
- Read and describe the characteristics of basic circuitry and compute circuit capacity;
- Demonstrate wiring design and identify basic electrical components;
- Troubleshoot analog and digital circuits using standard and specialized test equipment;
- Program and troubleshoot PLC systems for basic system control;
- Describe how various industrial processes are coalesced using advanced PLC techniques;
- Demonstrate the use of electrical, electronic solid state, digital, and pneumatic transmitters in practical process control instrumentation; and
- Effectively communicate during problem solving and troubleshooting.
First Year - Fall Semester
First Semester Total: 17
Recommended Course Offerings:
- Reading and Writing placement tests are required for entry into the program.
- Applicants not meeting the above requirements may be admitted on an extended track to complete developmental math/communications classes before enrolling in or higher ELCT classes.
Opportunities after Graduation
- Typical wages for electronics technicians are above average both state and nationally.