Electronics Engineering Technology
Associate of Applied Science (Two year program)
The AAS degree in Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to provide both the theory and practical applications of electronic engineering technology. The purpose of the program is to prepare graduates for entry-level positions in industry, business and government; for computer / electronic equipment design, installation, servicing and operation; and for entry into such high tech specialties as microprocessors, biomedical equipment, telecommunications, and opto-electronics.
Qualified students enrolled in this program may be considered for application to Tobyhanna Army Depot's Pathways Program.
Credits earned in this program are also transferable to a four year degree.
This program provides the student the opportunity:
- To understand the concepts of analog and digital circuits and systems.
- To acquire skills required to be successful in the Electronics Engineering Technology field.
The graduate of this program is able to:
- Perform circuit analysis in both DC and AC networks.
- Analyze, construct and trouble-shoot discrete and integrated amplifier circuits and digital systems using schematics.
- Explain the architecture and program a typical microprocessor using assembly language.
- Analyze, construct and trouble-shoot electronic systems involving radio and microwave frequencies.
- Analyze, construct and trouble-shoot electronic circuitry employed in the industrial process control environment.