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Electronics Technology

The Program

Students with either a Certificate or AS degree in Electronics Technology are qualified for job entry in this fast-growing field. Technicians already working in related fields will be able to broaden their skills and knowledge. Students with the AS degree will also have demonstrated a broader educational basis and writing ability that can give them an advantage for promotional opportunities in the future.

While units in this program are transferable to many institutions, students should consult a counselor for information.

AS - Electronics Telecommunications Systems

Freshman Year

Courses Units
Electronics Technology 50 (Fundamentals of Electronics) or
Electronics Technology 85.1, 85.2, 85.3, 85.4
6
Electronics Technology 53** (Fabrication and Repair Techniques) 2
Computer Networking Technology 51 (A+ Computer Fundamentals) or
Electronics Technology 85.5, 85.6
3-4
General Education Courses  

 

Sophomore Year

Courses Units
Electronics Technology 56A* (Radio Communications I) 4
Electronics Technology 56B* (Radio Communications II) 4
Electives§ 0-6
General Education Courses  
Total units required 60

 

§Program-based General Education 3 unit requirement. See a counselor.

*This program is offered in alternate years: ET 56A-56B offered every other year.

**Electronics Technology 53 offered Summer Session only.

Certificate of Achievement Electronics Telecommunications Systems

Courses Units
Electronics Technology 50 (Fundamentals of Electronics) or
Electronics Technology 85.1, 85.2, 85.3, 85.4
6
Electronics Technology 53** (Fabrication and Repair Techniques) 2
Computer NetworkingTechnology 51 (A+ Computer Fundamentals) or
Electronics Technology 85.5, 85.6
3-4
Electronics Technology 56A* (Radio Communications I) 4
Electronics Technology 56B* (Radio Communications II) 4
Total units required 19-20

 

*This program is offered in alternate years: ET 56A-56B offered every other year.

**Electronics Technology 53 offered Summer Session only.

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