ELEC 101 DC/AC Circuit Analysis I (Cr4) (3:3)
This course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of direct and alternating circuit theory including definitions of voltage, current, resistance, and power; Ohm's and Kirchoff's laws; and series-parallel circuit analysis. Concepts of magnetism and sine waves as they related to electronic are covered. Lab work emphasizes related hands-on skills such as circuit wiring, use of test equipment, and data taking and reporting. Prereq. - Appropriate competencies as outlined in the Mathematics Placement Policy or MATH 026 or MATH 028. Offered fall semester only. Additional course fees: $25.00.

ELEC 121 Technical Computer Applications (Cr2) (2:0)
This course addresses the computer literacy of students in technology programs. Aspects of reporting technical information are covered including audience, procedure, spreadsheets, graphs, schematics, as well as format and organization. Students are introduced to software applications relevant to the discipline including MS Office, schematic capture and simulation, virtual test equipment, and wikis. Navigational and file management in the Windows environment is important for course success.

ELEC 126 Digital Electronics I (Cr3) (2:2)
This introductory course in digital electronics covers topics such as number systems, combinational logic circuits, Boolean theorems, flip-flops, counters, arithmetic circuits, display interface, and data storage and transfer. Labs emphasize the use of specifications in prototyping and troubleshooting discrete component digital circuits. Schematic capture software is used to simulate and simplify circuits. Prereq.- ELEC 101. Additional course fees: $25.00.

ELEC 151 DC/AC Circuit Analysis II (Cr4) (3:3)
The second in a two-course sequence, this course provides in-depth coverage of DC and AC concepts. Circuit analysis using network theorems and mathematical solutions in applied to DC circuits. The response of resistors, capacitors, and inductors in both DC and AC circuits is detailed, with an emphasis on application and frequency response. Lab work emphasizes related hands-on skills such as circuit wiring, use of test equipment, and data taking and reporting. Prereq.- ELEC 101; Pre- or coreq.- MATH 140. Offered spring semester only. Additional course fees: $25.00.

ELEC 155 Introduction to Solid State Devices (Cr2) (1:2)
This is an introductory project course in circuit prototyping. Solid state devices such as diodes, transistors, and voltage regulators are introduced. Emphasis is on basic component characteristics and analysis in the context of a power supply circuit. Lab emphasizes component specifications and typical circuit configurations. The project introduces circuit board layout and wiring, chassis wiring and harnessing, and other fabrication techniques. Prereq.- ELEC 101; Pre- or coreq.- EMEC 115. Offered spring semester only. Additional course fees: $75.00.

ELEC 161 Electronics Soldering (Cr2) (1:2)
Theoretical understanding and hands-on experience in the soldering of electronicassemblies; materials management, soldering processes and techniques, cleaning processes and techniques, desoldering processes and techniques, the application of workman ship standards; materials and processes to perform cause and effect analysis; laboratory exercises to provide hands-on experience hand soldering through hole and surface mount assemblies, inspecting product for adherence to workmanship standards, and removing and replacing defective components.

ELEC 177 Electronics Manufacturing I (Cr2) (1:2)
This is a course on the assembly and soldering of electronic circuits. Topics include applied chemistry and safety of materials, soldering processes, workmanship standards, and best practices. Lab work provides experience in hand soldering through-hole and surface mount assemblies, inspection and component replacement. Students who successfully pass the IPC-A-610 and J-STD-001 testing receive industry certification in both areas, valid for two years. Offered fall semester only. Additional course fees $50.00.

ELEC 207 Solid State Circuits (Cr4) (3:3)
This is the first of a two-course sequence in linear electronics. Topical coverage includes: physical concepts of semiconductors, diodes and power supply circuits, and bipolar-junction transistors (BJTs) used as switches and small- and large-signal amplifiers. Labs emphasize the analysis, prototyping, and troubleshooting of actual and simulated semiconductor circuits; interpreting manufacturer specifications; and documenting procedures and results. Prereq. - ELEC155. Offered fall semester only. Additional course fees: $25.00.

ELEC 208 Digital Electronics II (Cr3) (2:2)
This second course in digital electronics includes a thorough review of basic digital concepts- combinatorial and sequential logic, and memory devices. The fundamentals of programmable logic devices (PLDs) are introduced through the use of a CAD software that provides a design suite for programming a field programmable gate array (FPGA).  Labs emphasize a combination of skills- analysis, prototyping, troubleshooting, design, simulation, and programming digital circuits. Offered fall semester only.  Prereq. - ELEC126. Additional course fees $25.00.

ELEC 226 Microprocessors I (Cr3) (2:2)
This course introduces 8-bit microprocessor systems including architecture, memory and input/output (I/O) interfacing. Topics include: assembly language programming, bus architecture, digital and arithmetic logic, interrupts, interfacing peripherals, and applications. Students interpret, verify, and troubleshoot fundamental microprocessor circuits and programs using both a microprocessor trainer and simulator. Offered spring semester only.  Prereq. - ELEC 208.

ELEC 230 Team Project (Cr2) (1:3)
In this capstone course, students work to integrate concepts and skills learned throughout the electronics program.  Student design teams prototype an electromechanical system to meet specified guidelines. Emphasis is on effective teamwork, technical research, problem solving within engineering constraints, prototyping, and record keeping/reporting. Offered spring semester only. Pre- or coreq.- ELEC177, ELEC232, ELEC266 and ENGL151.

ELEC 232 Linear Integrated Circuits (Cr4) (3:3)
This is the second in a two-course sequence in linear electronics covering field-effect transistors in switch and small-signal amplifier applications, a comparison of FETs to BJTs, thyristors, IC fabrication, op-amps in linear and non-linear applications, and voltage regulators. Labs emphasize prototyping, simulating, troubleshooting, and interpretation of procedure and manufacturer specifications. Prereq. - ELEC 207. Offered spring semester only. Additional course fees: $25.00.

ELEC 271 Computer Electronics Practicum I (Cr3) (0:0:9 practicum)
Work-based experience assisting in the servicing of computer systems with focused exposure in carrying out routine maintenance, computer upgrades, common PC setup and repairs, and customer relations. Written analysis of problem solving project. Pre - or - Coreq. - ELEC 255.

ELEC 272 Computer Electronics Practicum II (Cr3) (0:0:9 practicum)
Work-based experience assisting in the servicing of computer systems including networks and mainframes with focused exposure in carrying out troubleshooting, repair and upgrades. Written analysis of comprehensive systems problem solving project. Coreq.- ELEC 255. Course numbers ending with G are Writing Intensive (WI).

ELEC 281 Independent Electronics Study (Cr1)
An independent study experience of a topic of interest to the student under close supervision of a member of the Electronics Department faculty. Prereq. - sophomore standing in Electronic Technology and departmental permission.

ELEC 282 Independent Electronics Study (Cr2)
An independent study experience of a topic of interest to the student under close supervision of a member of the Electronics Department faculty. Prereq. - sophomore standing in Electronic Technology and departmental permission.

ELEC 283 Independent Electronics Study (Cr3)
An independent study experience of a topic of interest to the student under close supervision of a member of the Electronics Department faculty. Prereq. - sophomore standing in Electronic Technology and departmental permission.

ELEC 284 Independent Electronics Study (Cr4)
An independent study experience of a topic of interest to the student under close supervision of a member of the Electronics Department faculty. Prereq. - sophomore standing in Electronic Technology and departmental permission.