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Code: F_AAS_EETE

Campus: Boulder County Campus

Electronics Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science

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Program Description

This program is designed for students wanting to complete a two-year AAS Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology and enter the workforce. Students explore electronics fundamental theories, applications and troubleshooting. Students interact with electronic devices and systems through a combination of hands-on lab activities and computer simulation preparing them for careers in a wide range of electronics positions. The labs allow students to become highly proficient in the use of standard electronic test equipment, such as oscilloscopes, digital multimeters and power supplies. Courses include instruction in the fundamentals of DC and AC electricity, robotics, PLCs and automated controls, digital logic and microprocessors, and RF power systems.

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First Semester

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your award and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Course NumberTitleCredits
MTE 105Safety for Manufacturing Environments

1

MTE 106Print Reading for Manufacturing

3

ELT 165Electronic Assembly

3

MATH MAT 108 or higher, MAT 121

3-4

ELT 106Fundamentals of DC/AC

4

Total Credit Hours:14-15
Semester Note: If the student cannot take all of the First Semester courses, they should take the recommended math course, otherwise they will not be able to complete the program in 2 years.

Upon completion of MTE 105, MTE 106, ELT 165, MAT 108 or higher, and ELT 106, you should apply for the Electronics Assembly Certificate.



Second Semester

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your award and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Course NumberTitleCredits
ELT 112Advanced DC-AC

3

ELT 254Industrial Wiring

3

ELT 252Motors and Controls

3

ELT 147Digital Devices I

4

ELT 215Operational Amplifiers

3

Total Credit Hours:16

Semester Note: Upon completion of MTE 105, MTE 106, ELT 165, MAT 108 or higher, ELT 106 (semester 1) and ELT 112, ELT 254, ELT 252, ELT 147, and ELT 215, you should apply for your Basics Electronics Certificate.


Third Semester

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your award and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Course NumberTitleCredits
ELT 237Vacuum & Power RF Systems

3

ELT 258Programmable Logic Controllers

3

ELT 261Microprocessors

3

EIC 165Solid State Devices & Circuits

4

CAPSTONE MTE 280/ELT 280 or MTE 289/ELT 289

1

Total Credit Hours:14

Fourth Semester

Courses are displayed to show the fastest path to your award and should be completed in the order listed. If you are unable to complete all courses listed in a semester, complete as many courses in this sequence as your schedule allows. If you have questions or concerns about your MAP, please see your Pathways Advisor.

Course NumberTitleCredits
GEN EDUPHY 105 or higher

4

ENGLISH ENG 115, ENG 121, or ENG 131

3

GEN EDUCOM 115, COM 125, or MTE 110

3

ELT 268Robotics Technologies

3

ELT 267Introduction to Robotics

1

CIS 118Introduction to PC Applications

3

Total Credit Hours:17

Semester Note: Upon completion of ELT 237, ELT 258, ELT 261, MTE 280 (semester 1) and ELT 268 and ELT 267, you should apply for your Electronic Systems & Automation Certificate.

Total Credit Hours: 61-62