Dec 01, 2020  
2020-2021 Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Catalog

Electronics Engineering Technology, A.A.A.S


Academic Program Code:  906

The Electronics Engineering Technology program prepares students to enter the growing and complex field of electronics technology. Electronics technicians work in manufacturing, industry, business, and medical facilities. They operate various types of electronic equipment, industrial control systems, and computer systems. They also provide technical assistance in designing, constructing, measuring, and analyzing circuits.

Electronics Technology students study the theory of electricity and electronics, analog circuits, digital circuits, computer systems, equipment theory and applications, and electronic servicing. Course work includes extensive hands-on activities related to the field of electronics engineering technology.

General Education Courses


Select a minimum of 15 credit hours of course work from the General Education Course list.  Course work must be selected as directed from the areas below.

English Composition and Communications


Humanities


Select one (1) Humanities General Education Elective.

Social Sciences


Select one (1) Social Sciences General Education Elective.

Natural Sciences and Mathematics


Select one (1) Natural Sciences Lab/Non Lab General Education Elective or one (1) Mathematics General Education Elective.  

General Education Total Credit Hours


15 (minimum)

Program Courses


Program Elective Courses


The number of Program Elective credit hours that you will need to complete your degree will depend on the number of credit hours that remain in order for you to reach the 60 credits needed to graduate.  For assistance in developing an academic plan, please see a GRCC advisor or faculty member.

Select Program Elective credit hours from any DR, EL, EG, HVA, or MN courses.

Total Credit Hours


60

Program Notes


Other courses that can be used to meet the MA 107 requirement include:  MA 108 , MA 110 , MA 129 , MA 131 , MA 133 .

In What Order Should I Take Classes?


In What Order Should I Take Classes?

Please select courses from the Priority I list.  Select courses based on the number of credits you are taking in the semester, for example, if you are a part time student you do not have to take all of the courses listed.  If you are unable to schedule Priority I courses, move to and select from the list of Priority II, Priority III, and Priority IV courses.

Priority I Priority II

EN 101 - English Composition I 

EL 106 - Technical Electricity  

EL 107 - Technical Electronics  

Program Course - Mathematics

Program Elective Course

General Education Elective - Nat Sci and Mathematics

EL 161 - Introduction to Digital Logic   

EL 163 - Electrical Troubleshooting  

EL 262 - Digital Logic Circuits (Advanced)   

Priority III Priority IV

General Education Elective 

EL 164 - Programmable Logic Controllers  

EL 205 - Advanced Electronics  

EL 263 - Microprocessor Applications  

Program Course

 

EN 102 - English Composition II  

OR

COM 131 - Fundamentals of Public Speaking  

OR

COM 135 - Interpersonal Communication  

General Education Elective 

EL 201 - Industrial Electricity  

EL 204 - Industrial Electronics  

 

NOTE: This priority schedule assumes the student is prepared to take the courses listed. If prerequisites are required, additional semesters may be required to complete this degree.

Meet with an Academic Program Advisor and consult My Degree Path for specific degree requirements.