Guided Pathways

Guided Pathways

Electronics Engineering Technology, AS S0681

Program: S0681
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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
MATH 150 Trigonometry 3.0
AA/S KINES Phys Ed (KIN) Activity Course 0.5
Total:   11.5
ELEC 50A (part 1) taken week 1-8 of semester ELEC 50B (par 2) taken week 9-16 of semester
Winter Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
ENGL 1A Freshman Composition 4.0
Total:   4.0
Spring Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
ELEC 56 Digital Electronics 4.0
PHYS 2AG General Physics 4.0
SPCH 1A Public Speaking 4.0
Total:   12.0
Completed Electronics Technology, L1 certificate Submit certificate to A&R via portal #45
Summer Semester (Year 1)
Course Prefix Title Units
A/AS AMIST AA/AS GE D1 Hist & Poli Sc Cr 3.0
AA/S BEHAV Area D-2 Elective Course 3.0
Total:   6.0
Fall Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
ELEC 51 Semiconductor Devices 4.0
ELEC 61 Electronic Assembly & Fab 3.0
PHYS 2BG General Physics 4.0
Total:   11.0
Winter Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
A/AS SELF AA/AS E LifelongUnderst Course 3.0
Total:   3.0
Spring Semester (Year 2)
Course Prefix Title Units
ELEC 54B Industrial Electronic Systems 3.0
AA/S HUM Area C-2 Humanities Course 3.0
AA/S ARTS Area C-1 Arts Course 3.0
CISP 31 Programming in C++ 3.5
CISP 31L (and) Programming in C++ Lab
Total:   12.5
Electronics Engineering Technology, AS S0681 Electronics Technology, Level 2 Certificate Submit petitions via portal #45
Program Notes

Degree requirements include reading competency. This requirement is met by attaining eligibility for READ 100 or by completing READ 90.  Complete the online Assessment Questionnaire (AQ) at   

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.




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


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