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  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Industrial Electronics Technology, AAS


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The Industrial Electronics program prepares students for careers as electronic technicians. Technicians are involved in all phases of industrial and commercial installation, service, and repair of today’s modern equipment. Students will learn about many areas of electronics, including basic electronics, solid-state devices, pulse and switching circuits, computers, motor controls, robotics, programmable logic controllers, hydraulic/pneumatic systems, tools and test equipment. Students will have the opportunity to take a national certification test and, if successful, will be recognized as certified electronic technicians.

Area I - Written Composition: 3 Hours


Area II - Humanities and Fine Arts: 6 Hours


Area III - Natural Science or Mathematics: 9-10 Hours


Note: BIO 201  and BIO 202  do NOT count for natural science credit.

Area IV - History, Social, and Behavioral Sciences: 4 Hours


  • ORI 101 - Orientation to College 1 Hour
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  • History or Social/Behavioral Science 3 Hours *
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    *Choose from anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, or sociology.

Area V - Technical Concentration and Electives: 45 Hours


Area V - For MBUSI and NUCOR ONLY: 8 Hours


Must complete additional 8 credit hours from any of the following courses.

Total Credit Hours Required for Degree: 75-76 Hours


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