Electronics Technician

Electronics Technician

  • Specialization: Industrial Electronics
    • DC Circuit Fundamentals

      Students will be introduced to electronics technology by studying DC circuit theory. Areas of study include instrumentation, measurement, component recognition, value determination, and fabrication. Students will learn Ohm’s Law as it relates to series, parallel, and combination circuits.

      Course Code: ET-100
      Course Requirements: None

      Hours: 105

    • AC Circuit Fundamentals

      This course builds on the electrical theory learned in Introduction to Electronics Technology. It focuses on AC waveforms and how they interact with reactive components in RL, RC, and RCL series and parallel circuits. Students will also explore frequency-sensitive circuits.

      Course Code: ET-110
      Course Requirements: DC Circuit Fundamentals

      Hours: 105

    • Introduction to analog devices and applications

      Students will learn about semiconductor materials and device construction, and how they affect current flow. They will also learn about low power signal devices, such as diodes and transistors, and how they are used in simple circuits.

      Course Code: ET-120
      Course Requirements: AC Circuit Fundamentals

      Hours: 105

    • Advanced analog devices and applications

      This course builds on the semiconductor theory learned in Semiconductor Technology and Signal Devices. It focuses on power devices, such as thyristors, power transistors, and MOSFETs, as well as their applications.

      Course Code: ET-130
      Course Requirements: Introduction to analog devices and applications

      Hours: 105

    • Introduction to Digital Devices and Basic Logic

      This course focuses on the branch of electronics technology dealing with binary states. Students will learn the difference between analog and digital signals as well as the different number systems employed in digital systems. Students will also learn the basic logic gates and how they are combined to solve digital logic problems.

      Course Code: ET-140
      Course Requirements: Advanced analog devices and applications

      Hours: 105

    • Advanced Digital Devices and Systems

      This course builds on the skills and theory learned in Digital Devices and Basic Logic. It focuses on higher-level functions such as multiplexers, decoders, counters, and displays.

      Course Code: ET-150
      Course Requirements: Introduction to Digital Devices and Basic Logic

      Hours: 105

    • Advanced Electronics Applications

      This course covers three-phase power circuits, half-wave and full-wave rectifier circuits, industrial control devices, AC motors, motor controls, and low voltage signal systems. The application of basic programmable logic controllers is also covered.

      Course Code: ET-160
      Course Requirements: Advanced Digital Devices and Systems

      Hours: 105

    • Introduction to Microcontrollers and Applications

      This course focuses on the branch of digital logic dealing with programmable devices. Students will learn to read information from sensors and use microprocessor functions to control outputs. Students will learn basic programming control structures to write microcontroller programs.

      Course Code: ET-170
      Course Requirements: Advanced Electronics Applications

      Hours: 59

    • Electronic Fabrication Techniques

      This course introduces students to the design and fabrication process of electronic devices. Students will learn basic soldering, de-soldering and troubleshooting techniques to build a power supply prototype using machine tools.

      Course Code: ET-180
      Course Requirements: Introduction to Microcontrollers and Applications

      Hours: 59

    • Electronics Technician Practicum

      The Work Practicum is the capstone component of this program and an integral pathway to transition students from the MITT learning environment to the workplace. Practicum is an unpaid, work integrated learning component of MITT technical training. It offers students the opportunity to gain industry-relevant experience and to build on their technical skills while increasing confidence, employability, and job readiness. Prerequisite: Successful completion of all preceding courses listed on this overview and any requirements listed on the practicum outline.

      Course Code: ET-190
      Course Requirements: Electronic Fabrication Techniques

      Hours: 160

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