INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS ILT 47.0105 (Degree)
Program Description: The Industrial Electronics curriculum is designed to teach a wide spectrum of electronics discipline. Major topics covered include basic electricity, basic electronics, solid- state devices and circuits, digital electronics, electronic communications, industrial control systems, test equipment, sensors devices, programmable logic controls, mathematics, and communicative skills. Job Opportunities: The demand for electronics personnel is excellent because of the continuing rapid expansion of technology and its role in our overall economy. Job opportunities exist in manufacturing, medical, and various other segments of the economy including national defense.
Admission Requirements: High School diploma or GED.
Typical Student Load and Courses by Semester
Note: This is a sample course sequence. Courses scheduled each semester may vary according to student progress, availability of courses, and the need for developmental classes. Many students are required to take one or more developmental courses during the first two semesters. This would cause the total student credit load to increase during each semester for a probable average load of 15 credit hours per semester.
Course Number/Course Name First Semester ILT 109 Electrical Blueprint Reading
3 1 1 0 2
0 4 4 2 2
3 3 3 1 3 3 1
ILT 160 DC Fundamentals ILT 161 AC Fundamentals ILT 164 Circuit Fabrication
ILT 170 Comp. of Mat. Handling
ORI 101 Orientation
ILT 162 Solid State Fundamentals
1 1 2 1 3 8
4 4 2 4
3 3 3 3 3
ILT 163 Digital Fundamentals
ILT 194 Programmable Logic Controllers
ILT 209 Motor Controls
MT 100 Intermediate College Algebra
2022-23 College Catalog and Student Handbook
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