Degrees - Electronics and Electric Technology
Electronics* - Associate of Arts Degree or Certificate of Achievement
3_AA_ELEC or 3_CL_ELEC
This sequence of classes is designed to give the student a solid foundation in Electronics using applied theory to solve practical applications utilizing the materials and forces of nature for the benefit of society. Students who successfully complete this sequence of classes will be able to pursue a bachelor's degree in Engineering or Engineering Technology or be employed as a skilled productive member of an Engineering team in Industry. Areas of interest in this program include theory and application of electric and electronic systems and components, including circuits, electro-magnetic fields, energy sources, communications devices, computers, and other components and devices powered by electricity. Design, assembly, installation, operation, maintenance, and repair of electronic equipment used in industry and manufacturing including the fabrication and assembly of related components. Design, development, testing, and maintenance of electro-mechanical and servo-mechanical devices and systems.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Design and build several of the most common circuits used in electronics technology.
- Analyze operating and defective electronic circuits by interpreting data from a variety of test and measurement equipment.
- Research and interpret basic electronic components using manufacturer's data manuals, library resources, and the Internet.
Students will complete all of the following:
|ELEC C101||Introduction to Electronics||3.0|
|ELEC C102||DC Circuit Analysis||4.0|
|ELEC C103||AC Circuit Analysis||4.0|
|ELEC C104||Digital Computer Electronics||3.0|
Complete a minimum of 10 units from the following courses:
|ELEC C204||Semiconductor Devices and Circuits||4.0|
|ELEC C210||Analog Electric Circuit Analysis||4.0|
|ELEC C230||Advanced Digital Electronics||3.0|
|ELEC C240||Microcomputer Systems & Assembly Programming||4.0|
|ELEC C272||Electronic Manufacturing||3.0|
|ELEC C280||Basic Electrical Machines||4.0|
|ELEC C281-C284||Work Based Learning||1.0-4.0|
|Total for Certificate||24.0|
|Total for Degree||60.0|
*Courses for a degree in Electronics at Coastline are offered through our Military/Contract Education Program with distance learning (online) delivery designed to meet the needs of our global military community. The class schedule and degree roadmap for this program can be found at http://military.coastline.edu. Students who wish to pursue a degree or certificate in Electronics who live in the local Orange County or nearby areas and are not eligible for enrollment in our Military/Contract Education Programs are encouraged to visit our sister college, Orange Coast College, the home college for Electronics. Information about their Electronics Program may be found at www.orangecoastcollege.edu.
Federal Gainful Employment Disclosure
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