Electronic Systems

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Electrical-Electronics Systems

One-Year Certificate

Program of Study

Course Code

Course Title

Credits/

Contact

Pre/Corequisites

ELC 101

Electrical Safety and Circuits

3.6/4.8

ELC 102

Circuits

3.5/4.69

ELC 103A

Sensors

1.6/2.14

ELC 104

Motor Control

3.10/4.14

ELC 105

Relays and Sensors

3.40/4.54

ELC 106

Timers and Motor Control

3.40/4.55

ELC 107

Drives and Motors

3.20/4.28

ELC 108

Motor and Generators

3.60/4.82

ELC 109

Electrical Wiring

4.40/5.73

ELC 110

PLC 1

3.20/4.28

ELC 111

PLC 2

3.90/5.24

Total

 

36.9/49.21

 

Electricity and electronics are the bonding agents for much of today’s technology society. Building a body of knowledge and understanding of these topical areas provides the ability to work with electrical applications involving transformers, AC-DC motors, electrical-electronic controllers, sequencers and sensors. Foundational skills include understanding and application of the National Electrical Code, PLC, electrical wiring techniques, wiring system installation, raceways, and conduit bending.

The WSCC Electricity/Electronics Program is available in an Open-Entry/Open-Exit (OE/OE) format allowing for enrollment at any time throughout the year. Employers have great flexibility in building training programs by ala carte selection of modules from a menu of skill sets. Students have an increased ability to work while earning a college degree since the hours of delivery are modeled to fit work schedules, including both online and hands-on training.

 

For course descriptions, please see a WSCC advisor.

 

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