ELECTRONIC AND ENGINEERING I
Open to: Juniors & Seniors
Dual Credit: No
This course introduces students to the skills needed to service, repair, and replace a wide range of equipment associated with automated or instrument -controlled manufacturing processes. Planned learning activities in this course allow students to become more knowledgeable in the fundamental principles and theories of electrical/electronic and hydraulic/pneumatic equipment as applied to instrumentation devices and digitally encoded radio equipment. Instruction also includes safety principles and practices, semi-conductors and transistor theory, electrical parameters and circuits, electronic component function and identification, and the use and care of related hand tools, power tools, and test equipment.
ELECTRONIC AND ENGINEERING II
Prerequisite: Electronic and engineering I
Open to: Seniors with completion of Electronic and Engineering I
Dual Credit: No
This course provides planned learning activities designed to allow students to gain knowledge and skills in testing, maintaining, and repairing electronic equipment and systems used in the manufacturing industry. Learning activities in this course emphasizes the development of more advanced knowledge and skills than those provided in Industrial Electronics I. Skills introduced in this course include instruction in the interpretation of technical sketches, schematics, and circuit diagrams. Additional units of instruction include the identification and causes of equipment malfunctions, the repair and replacement of parts and equipment, the care and use of standard tools, equipment, and specialized instrumentation testing devices.