Award Type: Associate in Science
The associate in science degree in electronics technology provides the basic knowledge and skills required for a wide variety of occupations in the field of electronics. This degree will also allow the student to transfer into an engineering technology baccalaureate program.
The graduate of the Associate in Science in Electronics Technology will:
- Demonstrate a fundamental mastery of knowledge and the use of electronic equipment in electrical, digital and analog circuits.
- Use computer simulation and design software to conduct, analyze and interpret electrical, digital and analog circuits.
- Make calculations involving various electrical laws, formulas and principles for predicting circuit parameters using algebra and trigonometry required for electronics.
- Use research strategies to acquire information pertinent to the solution of electronic circuits and systems.
- Write technical laboratory reports with conclusions.
- Demonstrate learned skills with a capstone project requiring you to design, build and evaluate a piece of electronic equipment.
A major of 22 units is required for the associate in science degree.
Required core courses (22 units):
|Course Number||Course Title||Units|
|EL 118||Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuits Analysis||3.0|
|EL 119||Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuits Analysis Laboratory||2.0|
|EL 122||Electronic Devices and Circuits||3.0|
|EL 123||Electronic Devices and Circuits Laboratory||2.0|
|EL 125||Digital Devices and Circuits||3.0|
|EL 126||Digital Devices and Circuits Lab||2.0|
|EL 135||Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation||3.0|
|EL 136||Electronics Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory||2.0|
|EL 146||Electronic Product Design, Fabrication and Documentation||2.0|
General Education Requirements
General education requirements are groups of courses required of all degree candidates regardless of their major in addition to the program requirement courses listed above. To see what other requirements you need to fulfill, visit myHancock and click on the DegreeWorks icon.