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Guided Pathways

Electronics Technology, Certificate Level 2 (N0680)

Program: N0680
Looking for guidance? A counselor can help.This Guided Pathways for Success (GPS) is a suggested sequence of coursework needed for program completion. It is not an official educational plan. Schedule an appointment with a counselor or advisor as soon as possible to create an individualized Mountie Academic Plan (MAP) specific to your goals and needs.
Suggested Sequence of CourseworkIndicates Courses Offered Online
Fall Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
ELEC 50A Electronic Circuits (DC) 4.0
ELEC 50B Electronic Circuits (AC) 4.0
ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.0
Total:   12.0
ELEC 50A/B: 8 weeks session Electronics Technology, Certificate Level 1 M0679 Submit certificate petition to A&R via portal #45
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
ELEC 11 Tech Apps in Microcomp 12.0
ELEC 12 (or) Computer Simulation
ELEC 51 (or) Semiconductor Devices
ELEC 53 (or) Communications Systems
ELEC 54A (or) Industrial Electronics
ELEC 54B (or) Ind Electronic Systems
ELEC 55 (or) Microwave Communications
ELEC 61 (or) Electronic Assembly & Fab
ELEC 74 (or) Microcontroller Systems
TECH 60 (or) Customer Relations -Tech
ELEC 10 (or) Intro to Mechatronics
ELEC 76 (or) FCC GROL Preparation
CNET 56 (or) Computer Networks
Total:   12.0
AS degree Courses listed above are for students interested Courses listed above are for students interested Courses listed above will count towards the ELEC 10 and ELEC 74 ELEC 11, ELEC 12, ELEC 51, ELEC 53, ELEC 54A, ELEC 51, ELEC 53, ELEC 55, and CNET 56 ELEC 51, ELEC 54B, ELEC 61 ELEC 54A and ELEC 54B ELEC 54B, ELEC 55, ELEC 61, ELEC 74, TECH 60 Technology AS Degree in the field in Electronic Communications in the field in Industrial Electronics in the field of Digital Electronics major in Electronics & Computer Engineering major in Electronics Engineering Technology,
Program Notes

Tech Ed Resource Center (TERC)

TERC is to prepare Career Education students to succeed academically by offering applied activities to address their basic skills needs.  It offers basic mathreadingwritingresearch methods, and study skills to all students enrolled in Career Education (CE) Programs and courses.  Students are encouraged to drop in and receive assistance with faculty and tutors or study independently or in groups.  Note: all equipment/lab kit supplies are available in the TERC.

Email: terc@mtsac.edu

Website: https://www.mtsac.edu/tech-health/terc/

ELEC 11, ELEC 12, ELEC 53, ELEC 54A, ELEC 54B, ELEC 55, ELEC 61, ELEC74, and TECH 60 are classes that will count towards the major in Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology AS Degree.

ELEC 51, ELEC 54B, and ELEC61 are classes that will count towards the major in Electronics Engineering Technology AS Degree.

ELEC 51, ELEC 53, ELEC 55, and CNET 56 are courses for students interested in the field in Electronic Communications.

ELEC 54A and ELEC 54B are courses for students interesed in the field in Industrial Electronics.

ELEC 10 and ELEC 74 are courses for students interested in the field in Digital Electronics.

Review the Electronics Course Flow Chart that shows the recommend sequence for electronic classes.

https://www.mtsac.edu/gps/news/docs/ElectronicsCourseFlowChart.pdf

 

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