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Courses & Requirements

The one-year certificate program in Electronic Equipment Technology is designed to prepare students for employment, often as entry level Electronic Equipment Servicing Technicians, with immediate marketable skills in electronic theory and with hands on laboratory experiences. A minimum of 28 credit hours are required for the certificate. The Electronic Equipment Technology Program is offered evenings only.

Requirements:
Courses Credits Comments
CIS140 Intro to Computer Science 4
CTE101 Fundamentals of Digital Logic 3 Co-requisite
CTE103 Digital Design Lab 2 Co-requisite
CTE111 Circuit Analysis I 4 Co-requisite
CTE112 Circuit Analysis II 4 Prerequisite
CTE201 Electronics I 4 Prerequisite
Electives:
Courses Credits Comments
Math Elective 4 MAT115, MAT130 or higher
Program Electives 3/4 COP101 or higher, EST104, CTE105