Electric Power Technology Associate of Science Degree
To graduate with a specialization in Electric Power Technology, students must complete all requirements for the certificate with a grade of C or better plus the general breadth requirements for the Associate Degree (minimum total = 60 units).
|TECALC 087||Technical Calculations||4|
|ELECTR 110||Direct Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 111||Direct Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 115||Alternating Current Circuit Analysis||3|
|ELECTR 116||Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory||1|
|ELECTR 155||Electronic Drawing and Assembly||3|
|ELECTR 230||Semiconductor Devices||3|
|ELECTR 235||Solid State Circuit Analysis||4|
|ELECTR 265||Digital Logic Design||4|
|ELECTR 266||Microprocessor Technology With Assembly Language||4|
|ELECTR 270||Linear Integrated Circuit Analysis||4|
|ELEC 216C||Introduction to Industrial Electricity||4|
|ELEC 217C||Industrial Electricity||4|
|ELEC 218C||Controlling Industrial Electricity||4|
To earn an SBVC Associate Degree students must complete one of the following general education patterns:
Program Learning Outcomes
At the completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Prepare to transfer to an accredited, 4-year college or university with junior class standing in electronics technology or a related major.
- Select and operate electronic test equipment during troubleshooting and repair operations, with an emphasis on safety in use and accuracy in results.
- Analyze, interpret, diagram the information in the correct sections of the National Electrical Code and install electrical wiring and components.
- Effectively communicate with and advise customers and co-workers, both written and orally, regarding the progress of and decisions made concerning test and repair procedures.
- Sit for industry/Federal-style examinations on the theory and procedures of electronic technology.