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Electronics and Computer Technology

Associate in Applied Science Degree
60 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0165

General Education Requirements:

Credit Hours

Area A — 

Communications

 

 

EGL 101

3

 

One course from: EGL 102, EGL 111, EGL 212, SPE 103

3

Area B — 

Mathematics

6

 

Two courses from Area B (Mathematics)
(MAT 110 and 140, or MAT 114 and 116. One of these sequences recommended)

 

Area C — 

Science

0

 

(No course needed)

 

Area D — 

Social and Behavioral Sciences

3

 

One course from a social or behavioral science discipline

 

Area E — 

Humanities/Fine Arts

3

 

One course from a humanities or fine arts discipline

 

Area F — 

Contemporary Global Studies*

0-3

 

One course that satisfies Contemporary Global Studies requirement

 

Total General Education Requirements:

18

   

Major Requirements:

Credit Hours

ELT 101 Introduction to Electronics

5

ELT 106 Semiconductor Theory

3

ELT 110 Electronic Drafting Using CAD

4

ELT 130 Microcomputer Hardware Systems

3

ELT 221 Digital Circuit Fundamentals

3

ELT 223 Integrated Circuits

3

ELT 225 Digital Integrated Circuits

3

ELT 231 Fundamentals of Microprocessors

3

CNS 105 Networking Essentials

3

PHY 101 Applied Physics

4


Courses to total a minimum of 8 credits from the following:

8

ELT, CNS courses and/or MFG 240 Programmable Controllers (PLC)

 


Total Major Requirements:

42


Total Semester Credit Hours for Associate in Applied Science Degree:

60

 


*Students may take a Contemporary Global Studies course that satisfies both Area F and another Area requirement.

 

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