Applied Electronics for Manufacturing Assemblers
The Southern Tier has roughly 450 manufacturers employing 19 percent of the total workforce with a payroll that approaches $2 billion a year. There is a significant and immediate need for Electrical Assemblers for many of the area manufacturers. Employers are interested in credentialed employees.
Stackable to Degree Program
These micro-credentials align with requirements for the Electrical Technology-Electronics A.A.S. should students choose to continue their education after obtaining the micro-credential.
This micro-credential is 8 credits and is comprised of the following courses:
MATH 1230, Elements of Applied Math I
Primarily for students enrolled in the technology programs. Problems in science and engineering are stressed. First semester includes algebraic operations review, functions and graphs, trigonometric functions and graphs, vectors and oblique triangles. (3 cr. hrs.) (Fall, Spring). Prerequisite: MATH 0980 or placement. Cannot receive credit for this course if previously received credit for MATH 1210-1220 or MATH 1215-1225. A graphing calculator without a CAS (Computer Algebra System) is required; Texas Instruments TI-83 or TI- 84 recommended.
ELEC 1010, Electricity
Electrical quantities and their measurement, series and parallel DC circuits, electrical power, AC circuits, magnetism and basic instrumentation. Basic circuit analysis theorems. (4 cr. hrs.) (Fall, Spring). Prerequisites: Be taking or have taken ENGL 1010 and MATH1230. Lecture/Laboratory. Lab fee.
ELEC 2000, Electronic Construction
Construction of an individual project involving bread boarding, soldering, terminal crimping, heat shrinking, wiring, and mounting of external jacks, controls and switches. CAD-generated printed circuit board artwork design, developing, etching and drilling included. (1 cr. hr.) (Fall). Corequisite: ELEC 2010. Laboratory. Lab fee. Students will be expected to purchase required tools and parts for the project.