2011-2012 College Catalog by Delaware Technical Community College

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elc 121 elc 130 elc 131 elc 220 elc 232 network analysis 4 digital electronics i 4 digital electronics ii 4 analog electronics i 4 introduction to microprocessors 4 or phy 271 or phy 281 electricity magnetism 4 physics i with calculus 4 select one 1 course from mat 263 principles of discreet math 4 mat 271 probability statistics 4 mat 281 calculus i 4 electronics computer engineering technology technical courses electrical engineering technology option courses credits cen 150 computer assembly maintenance 4 elc 118 introduction to electricity 3 and elc 119 dc ac theory 3 or elc 120 introduction to circuit analysis 4 elc 121 network analysis 5 elc 130 digital electronics i 4 elc 131 digital electronics ii 4 elc 220 analog electronics i 4 elc 221 analog electronics ii 4 elc 232 introduction to microprocessors 4 elc 215 programmable logic controllers 4 or elc 230 industrial electronics 4 a.a.s degree stanton campus the electrical engineering technology option prepares graduates for careers as engineering technicians in advanced technology areas graduates work on a variety of highly specialized electronics equipment and products in workplace settings from original manufacturers to end users the electronic technician’s job can include design construction testing installation and support graduates offer their employers immediate contributions as team members equipped with a combination of technical knowledge problem solving experience and communication skills courses in the program include a strong component of practical applications hands-on laboratory experience and basic theoretical concepts computer simulation and applications are an integral part of the curriculum studies focus on electrical and electronic circuits digital circuits microprocessors computers and programmable logic controls core courses electronics computer engineering technology courses credits eng 121 composition 3 or eng 125 honors composition 3 mat 181 algebra and trigonometry i 4 and mat 182 algebra and trigonometry ii 3 or mat 185 precalculus 3 electrical engineering technology option a.a.s degree terry campus the electrical engineering technology option is designed to prepare graduates for career positions as engineering technicians in advanced technology areas graduates work on a variety of highly specialized electronics equipment and products in locations from original manufacturers to final users this work may include design construction testing installation and support select one 1 course from eng 122 technical writing communication 3 eng 124 oral communications 3 eng 130 honors technical writing communication 3 eng 131 honors oral communications 3 graduates offer their employers immediate contributions as team players equipped with a combination of technical knowledge problemsolving experience and communication skills courses in the program include a strong component of practical applications hands-on laboratory experience and basic theoretical concepts computer simulation and applications are an integral part of the curriculum studies focus on electrical and electronic circuits digital circuits microprocessors computers and programmable logic controls select two 2 courses from com 111 human communications eco 111 macroeconomics 3 eco 122 microeconomics 3 pol 111 political science 3 psy 100 human relations 3 psy 121 general psychology 3 psy 122 social psychology 3 psy 123 industrial psychology 3 soc 111 sociology i 3 core courses courses credits eng 121 composition 3 or eng 125 honors composition 3 mat 181 algebra and trigonometry i 4 and mat 182 algebra and trigonometry ii 3 or mat 185 precalculus 3 technical support/computer courses courses credits cen 100 intro computer elec eng tech 2 or elm 110 introduction to computers technology 3 or cen 110 computers technology 3 cen 105 programming for technology 3 or cen 180 c language intro 4 phy 205 general physics i 4 select one 1 course from eng 122 technical writing communication 3 eng 124 oral communications 3 eng 130 honors technical writing communication 3 eng 131 honors oral communications 3 72