Electrical / Electronic Fundamentals Technical Certificate

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FIRST SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
ENTC 1114
Intro to Electrical / Electronic Tech
Co-req: ENTC 1124
May substitute with  EETC 1313
 3
ENTC 1124
Engineering Technology Tech
May substitute with college-level Math  3
CENT 1310 
Computer Systems & Software
   3
Semester Credits    9  

SECOND SEMESTER

Course Notes Credits mc
EETC 1313 
DC Circuits
Prereqs:
ENTC 1114
ENTC 1124
3 Milestone Course
EETC 1321
Electronics I
Prereqs:
ENTC 1114
ENTC 1124
3
ENST1313
CAD for Electronics
Prereq: ENTC 1114 3
Semester Credits   9  

 

To stay on track, these courses must be taken in order.

  

  

 

General Advising Notes

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2019-2021

This program is not designed to transfer.

General Advising Notes

Electrical/Electronic Fundamentals TC
1st Semester: ENTC1114, ENTC1124, CENT1310
2nd Semester: EETC1313, EETC1321, ENST1313

NOTE: Allof these courses are part of the
AAS degree, except for ENTC1124. The ENTC1124 course may be replaced in the TC by any higher-level math course such as MATH1740

Students should be encouraged to complete the courses in the technical certificate as quickly as possible. This allows them to receive a certification on their way to an AAS degree.

Students pursuing an AAS degree after completing the requirements for this TC are encouraged to delay the ACCUplacer college placement test after they completing ENTC1124 course. This strategy gives them a better chance of passing the mathematics componebt of the placement test.

Milestone Courses

Based on prior students’ experience, students who do well in these courses are more likely to graduate on time in this program.

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