The Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma program is for individuals wishing to quickly gain a basic foundation in electronics. The diploma’s primary emphasis is on analyzing, designing, and troubleshooting electronic circuitry. The electronics diploma is frequently used by individuals as a way of preparing for electronics certification exams.
Upon completion of the Electronics Engineering Technology diploma, the graduate should be able to:
Perform digital and analog circuit analysis;
Repair electronic equipment;
Use electronic test equipment to make appropriate measurements.
A minimum of 6 credit hours is required. The recommended sequence is MAT 121 followed by MAT 122. Students who meet the prerequisites may substitute courses as follows after discussing academic and career goals with an academic advisor.