ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY (ET14)

The Electronics Technology Diploma program is a sequence of courses designed to prepare students for careers in electronics technology professions. Learning opportunities develop academic, technical, and professional knowledge and skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement. Program graduates are to be competent in the general areas of communications, mathematics, computer literacy, and interpersonal relations. The program emphasizes a combination of electronics technology theory and practical application necessary for successful employment using both manual and computerized electronics systems. Program graduates receive an Electronics Technology Diploma which qualifies them as electronics technicians with a specialization in biomedical instrumentation or a direction towards a field of occupation found within electronics.

Diploma Program
Program Length 54 Credit Hours
Education Requirements High School Diploma or GED required, Minimum Age: 16
Entrance Dates Every semester
Offered Warner Robins and Macon Campuses

Electronics Technology Diploma Curriculum
 

Credit Hours

General Education Core Courses 8
EMPL 1000 Interpersonal Relations and Professional Development 2
  Choose one (1) of the following two English courses:  
ENGL 1010 Fundamentals of English I 3
  OR  
ENGL 1101 Composition and Rhetoric (3)
  Choose one (1) of the following five Math courses:  
MATH 1012 Foundations of Mathematics
3
  OR  
MATH 1013 Algebraic Concepts
(3)
  OR  
MATH 1103 Quantitative Skills and Reasoning
(3)
  OR  
MATH 1101 Mathematical Modeling
(3)
  OR  
MATH 1111 College Algebra (3)
     
Occupational Courses 30
COMP 1000 Introduction to Computers 3
ELCR 1005 Soldering Technology
1
ELCR 1010 Direct Current Circuits
6
ELCR 1020 Alternating Current Circuits
7
ELCR 1030 Solid State Devices
5
ELCR 1040 Digital and Microprocessor Fundamentals
5
ELCR 1060 Linear Integrated Circuits
3
     
  COMPLETION OF ONE SPECIALIZATION IS REQUIRED  
Biomedical Instrumentation Technology Specialization (8BI2)
17
ALHS 1010 Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology
4
  OR  
ALHS 1011 Structure and Function of the Human Body
(5)
 
ALHS 1090 Medical Terminology for AHS
2
BMET 1231 Medical Equipment Function and Operation I
4
BMET 2242 Medical Equipment Function and Operation II
4
BMET 2343 Internship Medical Systems
3
     
Communication Electronics Specialization (8CE2)
17
ELCR 2210 Analog Communications
5
ELCR 2220 Digital Communications
3
ELCR 2230 Antenna and Transmission Lines
3
ELCR 2240 Microwave Communication and Radar
3
ELCR 2250 Optical Communication Techniques
3
     
Field Occupation Specialization (8FC2)
16
Choose 16 hours from the list of occupationally related electives below:
ASTT 1010 Basic Blueprint Reading
4
ASTT 1050 Aerospace Quality Management
3
BUSN 1100 Introduction to Keyboarding
3
CIST 1001 Computer Concepts
4
CIST 1101 Working with Microsoft Windows
3
CIST 1122 Hardware Installation and Maintenance
4
CIST 1130 Operating Systems Concepts
3
CIST 1305 Program Design and Development
3
CIST 1401 Computer Networking Fundamentals
4
CIST 1601 Information Security Fundamentals
3
CIST 2451 Cisco Network Fundamentals
4
DFTG 1101 CAD Fundamentals
4
ELCR xxxx ELCR elective(s)
0-16
ELTR 1060 Electrical Prints, Schematics and Symbols
2
ELTR 1110 Electric Motors
4
ELTR 1120 Variable Speed/Low Voltage Controls
2
ELTR 1180 Electrical Controls
4
ELTR 1250 Diagnostic Troubleshooting
2
ELTR 1270 National Electric Code Industrial Applications
4
IDFC 1007 Industrial Safety Procedures 2
IDSY 1110 Industrial Motor Controls I
4
IDSY 1120 Basic Industrial PLCs
4
IDSY 1220 Intermediate Industrial PLCs
4
METR 1101 Introduction to Quality, Standards, and ISO 9000 3
METR 1111 Introduction to Measure Standards and Technology 3
MGMT 1100 Principles of Management
3
MGMT 1120 Introduction to Business
3
MGMT 2135 Management Communications Techniques
3
MGMT 2140 Retail Management
3
SCMA 1004 Quality Improvement Concepts
3
     
 
Total Hours
54