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The Electronics Engineering Technology degree is designed to provide the student with fundamentals of electricity and electronics, including digital electronics and microcomputers, specialized manufacturing electronics, industrial automation and electronic communications. This program emphasizes a hands-on approach to learning through projects.

For more information about Electronics Technology, please visit the program page.

Degree Requirements

Field of Study Code: ELECT.AAS

Program Requirements
ELECT 1100Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals3
ELECT 1101Circuits I3
ELECT 1102Circuits II4
ELECT 1120Electronic Documentation and Fabrication3
ELECT 1141Digital Fundamentals3
ELECT 1151Electronic Devices and Applications4
ELECT 1161Modern Communications3
ELECT 2273Embedded Systems & Microcontroller Programming3
ELMEC 1106Power Electricity and Rotating Machines4
ELMEC 2510Process and Automation Controls3
Program Electives
Select 14 credits from ELECT or ELMEC14
General Education
Select 18 credits 118
Total Credits65

Each candidate for an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree shall satisfactorily complete 18 credits in General Education.

General Education Requirements

For general education requirements for the A.A.S. degree, please visit the A.A.S. degree catalog page.

Suggested Semester Sequence

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredits
ELECT 1100 Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals 3
ELMEC 1106 Power Electricity and Rotating Machines 4
Gen EdMathematics 3-5
Gen EdPhysical and Life Sciences 3-5
Second Semester
ELECT 1101 Circuits I 1 3
ELECT 1141 Digital Fundamentals 3
ELMEC 2510 Process and Automation Controls 3
Gen EdSocial and Behavioral Sciences 3
Gen EdCommunication (Speech) 3
Summer Semester
ELMEC 2520 Industrial Control and Data Acquisition 3
ENGLI 1101 English Composition I 3
Third Semester
ELECT 1102 Circuits II 1 4
ELECT 1151 Electronic Devices and Applications 1 4
ELECT 1161 Modern Communications 1 3
ELECT 2273 Embedded Systems & Microcontroller Programming 1 3
ElectiveProgram Elective 3
Fourth Semester
ELECT 1120 Electronic Documentation and Fabrication 3
Gen EdHumanities and Fine Arts 3
ElectiveProgram Elective 3
ElectiveProgram Elective 4
Summer Term
Program Electives (to reach total) 3
 Total Credits67-71

Course has a prerequisite.

Program Milestones

First Semester

  • Consider joining or visiting with a professional, cultural, or interest-based Student Club.

Second Semester

  • If you have not done so yet this semester, it is important to make an announcement with a Faculty or Program Advisor to discuss your future academic progress.