• Electronics Engineering Technology

    Certificate

    Associate of Applied Science Degree

    Program course work focuses on a traditional electronics foundation, including a basic electronics series, digital logic series, a troubleshooting series, a physics series and a semiconductor linear circuit series. The degree focuses on electronics and engineering design principles and electronics systems and is taught in a team environment whenever possible.

    Specific skill areas for the Electronics Engineering Technology degree include test equipment use, computer use, problem-solving, teamwork, understanding math and electronics fundamentals and writing and oral communication.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Electronics Engineering Technology AAS Degree

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • collaborate safely and professionally in an electronic technology-focused workplace,
    • use and comprehend standard electronics terminology in communication,
    • identify and isolate technology problems,
    • identify electronic components including resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers and digital logic gates;
    • read specifications, symbols, schematics, ladder diagrams and assembly drawings;
    • recognize common circuit arrangement like bridges, Darlington pairs, differential pairs;
    • comprehend AC, DC, amps, volts, ohms, impedance, watts, frequency, apparent and reactive power;
    • operate and interpret oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, power supplies;
    • assemble, disassemble, adjust and verify electronic equipment performance;
    • use test procedures and test equipment to service and maintain equipment.

    PROGRAM OUTCOMES

    Electronics Engineering Technology Certificate Degree

    Upon successful completion of this program, students should be able to:

    • safely and professionally collaborate in an electronic technology-focused workplace,
    • use and comprehend standard electronics terminology in communication,
    • identify electronic components including resistors, capacitors, diodes, transistors, amplifiers, and digital logic gates;
    • read specifications, symbols and schematics;
    • recognize common circuit arrangements like bridges, Darlington pairs, differential pairs;
    • comprehend AC, DC, amps, volts, ohms, impedance, watts, frequency, apparent and reactive power;
    • operate and interpret oscilloscopes, multimeters, signal generators, power supplies;
    • assemble and disassemble electronic equipment.

    CAREERS

    Career opportunities may include engineering technician, manufacturing equipment technician, field services technician and operators and processors with large and small employers in high-tech industries.

    For information contact the Manufacturing Department, 503-594-3318.

    ELECTRONICS engineering TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE

    FIRST TERM Credits

    EET-112 Electronic Test Equipment & Soldering 3

    EET-137 Electrical Fundamentals I 4

    MFG-109 Computer Literacy for Technicians 3

    MTH-095 Algebra III 4

    SM-150 Semiconductor Processing I 2

    WR-101* Communication Skills: Occupational Writing 3

    SECOND TERM Credits

    EET-139 Principles of Troubleshooting I 2

    EET-141 Electrical Fundamentals II 4

    EET-157 Digital Logic I 3

    MTH-111 College Algebra 5

    — — Human Relations requirement 3

    THIRD TERM Credits

    EET-127 Semiconductor Circuits I 4

    EET-142 Electrical Fundamentals III 4

    EET-257 Digital Logic II 4

    MTH-112 Trigonometry/Pre-Calculus 5

    SM-280 Electronics & Microelectronics/CWE 2

    Credits required for certificate 55

    ELECTRONICS engineering TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science Degree: 1st YEAR

    Complete certificate program.

    ELECTRONICS engineering TECHNOLOGY Associate of Applied Science Degree: 2nd YEAR

    FOURTH TERM Credits

    EET-215 Electromechanical Systems I 2

    EET-227 Semiconductor Circuits II 3

    EET-239 Principles of Troubleshooting II 2

    MFG-107 Industrial Safety & First Aid 3

    PH-201** General Physics 5

    FIFTH TERM Credits

    EET-250 Linear Circuits 3

    EET-252 Control Systems 3

    EET-254 Introduction to Microcontrollers 4

    MFG-209 Programming & Automation for Manufacturing 3

    PH-202** General Physics 5

    SIXTH TERM Credits

    EET-230 Laser and Fiber Optics 3

    MFG-133 Programmable Logic Controllers 3

    PH-203** General Physics 5

    SM-280 Electronics & Microelectronics/CWE 2

    — — Electronics Engineering Technology program electives 3

    Credits required for degree 104

    electronics engineering Technology program electives:

    Any course with a CDT, EET, MFG, MET, RET, SM, or WLD prefix not already in the Electronics Engineering Technology program.

    *Substitute college transfer courses for these courses if you plan to continue your education at a higher education institution. It is recommended that you consult with a faculty advisor or a staff member in Student Services for the transfer requirements of the specific advanced program or school.

    **The General Physics with Calculus series PH-211/212/213 may be substituted.

    ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

    (Oregon Tech transfer courses)

    The CCC Manufacturing Technology Department, in partnership with Oregon Tech, offers a number of transferable classes into Oregon Tech’s Electronics Engineering Technology degree program.

    For information contact the Manufacturing Department, 503-594-3318.

  • Contact our Manufacturing Technology Department

    Oregon City - 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City, Oregon 97045

    Call us: 503-594-3318

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