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Courses & Requirements

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The associate in science degree option in Electronic Technology is designed primarily to prepare students for employment (often as an engineering assistant) with immediate marketable skills in electronic techniques. Heavy emphasis is put on use of state-of-the-art devices and laboratory equipment, and the preparing of complete, analytical laboratory reports. A minimum of 62 credit hours are required for graduation. The Electronic 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
CTE202 Electronics II 4 Prerequisite
CTE220 Digital Electronics 4 Prerequisite
CTE221 Electronic Communication Systems 4 Co-requisite:
CTE202 and
MAT140 or higher
CTE222 Digital Communications 3 Prerequisite
ENG101 English Composition I 3
ENG102 English Composition II 3 Prerequisite
Electives:
Courses Credits Comments
Program Electives 6/8 Choose 2 courses at this level or higher:
COP101,
EST110,
MAT140
Humanities/Social Science Electives 6
Math Electives 8 MAT115,
MAT130
or MAT140
or higher