- Department of Engineering Technologies
BUILD YOUR TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND BECOME AN ESSENTIAL PART OF ANY ENGINEERING TEAM
Electronics are everywhere – communications, health care, transportation, and in every computer – and electronics technicians keep the world running. Monroe Community College’s electronics technology certificate program prepares you well for rewarding careers in these industries, and more.
Your professors know what companies look for in new hires and will challenge you in the classroom and lab so you’ll be invaluable to a wide range of employers, including:
- Gleason Works
- Time Warner Cable
- L-3 Communications
- ITT Gould Pumps
- Harris Corporation
- Entercom Communications
COMPLETE THE CIRCUIT BETWEEN TECHNOLOGY TRAINING AND A DYNAMIC ELECTRONICS CAREER
The electronics technology certificate program at MCC takes you through the theories and applications of electronics with courses in:
- Computer applications for technicians
- Circuit analysis
- Technical mathematics
You’ll also learn the importance of teamwork and critical thinking in every engineering project.
After earning your certificate, you’ll be ready to work in jobs like these:
- Electrical engineering technician/technologist
- Telecommunications equipment installer
- Electronic drafter
- Electro-mechanical technician
- Electrical and electronics repairer (commercial and industrial)
To find out more about the electronics technology certificate program from Monroe Community College, contact the admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 292-2200.
Electronics Technology Careers.
School(s): Applied Sciences & TechnologiesMCC Program Code: ETX1
The Electronics Technology Certificate Program provides an intermediate recognition for those pursuing the A.A.S. degree, as well as for those desiring only special groups of Electronics courses.
(Housed in the Engineering Technologies Department)
Program Learning Outcomes
1.Collect and analyze data associated with an electrical engineering technology project. (PO 1a)
2.Translate engineering designs into projects and test procedures. (PO 1c)
3.Prepare technical reports for an engineering or sales team. (PO 1d)
4.Apply knowledge of electrical engineering technology principles and standards, both hardware and software, to the construction or functioning of electrical/electronics systems. (ETAC-ABET Outcome A)
5.Apply principles of physics or chemistry with mathematical rigor at or above the level of algebra and trigonometry, to problems associated with electronics. (ETAC-ABET Outcome B)
6.Conduct and interpret standard tests and measurements associated with electronics experiments. (ETAC-ABET Outcome C)
7.Conduct experiments applying electronic principles. (ETAC-ABET Outcome C)
8.Analyze experimental data using electronic principles. (ETAC-ABET Outcome C)
9.Identify, analyze and solve electrical engineering technology problems. (ETAC-ABET Outcome E)
10.Communicate effectively regarding narrowly defined electrical engineering technology activities. (ETAC-ABET Outcome F)
11.Identify and discuss issues related to professional development and continuing education and training within the field of electrical engineering technology. (ETAC-ABET Outcome G)
12.Discuss issues associated with electrical engineering professions, including those related to diversity and ethics (ETAC-ABET Outcome H).
13.Demonstrate professional behaviors, which may include timeliness, dedication to quality, or continuous improvement. (ETAC-ABET Outcome I)
Requirements for Program Entrance
Intermediate Algebra with Trigonometry (or Math 104 at MCC).
|FIRST SEMESTER: 15-16 Credit Hours|
|TEK 101 Computer Applications for Technicians||2|
|ELT 111 Introduction to Digital Electronics||3|
|ELT 121 AC/DC Circuit Analysis||4|
|ENG 101 College Composition OR |
ENG 200 Advanced Composition
|MTH 140 Technical Mathematics I*||3-4|
|SECOND SEMESTER: 13-14 Credit Hours|
|ELT 102 Electric Circuit Analysis II||5|
|ELT 112 Linear Circuits||5|
* or MTH 164 AND MTH 165, or MTH 175, or MTH 210 or higher.
Possible Technical Electives:
Any ELT course with permission of instructor
CPT 115, ENG 251, MET 101, MET 206, OPT 110, OPT 131, OPT 135, PHY 131, ENR 157 if MTH 165 taken.