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2.6        EET 105 - DC Circuits
2.8    1 Identify the four characteristics common to electronic circuits.
2.8    2 Interpret color codes and symbols to identify electrical components and values
2.9    3 Measure DC signals using Digital Multimeters
         Demonstrate the concepts of voltage, current, resistance and power as applied to simple electronic
2.6    4 circuits
         Analyze the relationship between voltage, current, resistance, and power in series, parallel and series-
2.5    5 parallel circuits while applying Ohm's Law
2.3    6 Analyze DC circuits using Kirchoff's Voltage and Current Laws
       7 Analyze DC circuits using Norton and Thevenin Equivalent Circuits
       8 Analyze DC circuits using Nodal, Mesh, and Loop Analysis Techniques
       9 Apply Delta and Wye transformations to resistive bridge networks
2.4   10 Troubleshoot DC circuits
2.6   11 Operate electronic test equipment safely

2.1        EET 106 - AC Circuits
2.5    1 Identify properties of AC signals and sources
2.8    2 Measure AC signals using oscilloscopes, frequency counters and generators
2.3    3 Analyze the physical and electrical characteristics of capacitors and inductors
2.0    4 Analyze the principle of mutual inductance and transformers
2.0    5 Demonstrate the use of properties of magnetism and electromagnetism
         Analyze the characteristics of RC, RL and RLC circuits (series and parallel) including time constants and
2.0    6 frequency responses
1.0    7 Analyze balanced and unbalanced 3 phase systems

1.9        EET 115 - Digital Circuits
2.5    1 Apply numbering systems (hex, binary, and octal) to codes and arithmetic
1.1    2 Analyze logic circuits using Boolean operations
2.8    3 Operate logic probes for digital circuits

1.9    4   Operate power supplies for digital devices and solve power distribution and noise problems
2.0    5   Operate oscilloscopes for digital devices
1.4    6   Identify types of logic gates and their truth tables
1.9    7   Construct and troubleshoot logic circuits
1.6    8   Construct and troubleshoot logic -arithmetic circuits
1.4    9   Construct and troubleshoot encoders, decoders, multiplexer, and de-multiplexer circuits
2.8   10   Use electronic test equipment safely

1.7        EET 116 - Digital Systems
1.4    1 Analyze types of flip-flops and their truth tables
1.6    2 Construct and troubleshoot flip-flop circuits
1.6    3   Measure characteristics of integrated circuit IC logic families
1.6    4   Construct and troubleshoot registers and counters
1.3    5   Construct and troubleshoot clock and timing circuits
2.5    6   Identify and interface various types of displays (LED, LCD, etc.)
1.6    7   Construct and troubleshoot display circuits
       8 Introduce VHDL devices and configurations

2.0        EET 110 - Solid State Fundamentals
2.0    1 Analyze properties of semi-conductor materials
2.0    2 Demonstrate half-wave and full-wave rectification, filtering and voltage regulation
         Demonstrate how operating conditions and transistor gain affect the transistor circuit current by using
       3 a transistor DC load line
2.0    4 Analyze operating characteristics and applications of opto-electronic devices
2.0    5 Demonstrate the operation of OP amp circuits
2.0    6 Demonstrate the operation of OP amp filters
2.0    7 Analyze operating characteristics and applications of transducer devices
       8 Troubleshoot analog circuits
2.0    9 Analyze functional CD, CE, and CC transistor amplifier circuits
         Interpret and explain various transistor parameters. Apply this knowledge to the use of transistor
2.0   10 specification sheets
      11 Demonstrate the operation of various multi-state amplifiers
      12 Identify and analyze Class A, Class B, and Class C amplifiers

      13 Demonstrate operating characteristics and applications of J-FET and MOS-FET amplifier circuits
      14 Troubleshoot analog circuits

1.8        EET 220 - Microcontrollers
       1   Identify CPU (architecture) building blocks and their uses
       2   Analyze BUS concepts
2.0    3   Analyze various memory schemes
2.1    4   Operate oscilloscopes for microprocessors
1.7    5   Construct, program, and troubleshoot microprocessor based circuits
2.0    6   Identify types of memory circuits (static, dynamic, volatile, nonvolatile, etc.)
2.0    7   Use memory devices in circuits
       8   Troubleshoot memory device circuits
1.5    9   Relate the uses of digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital circuits
1.6   10   Construct and troubleshoot digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital circuits
2.0   11   Construct and troubleshoot digital-to-analog and analog-to-digital conversion circuits
      12   Run logic/data analyzers for microprocessor debug
      13   Identify types of input and output devices and peripherals (PTAs, UARTs, etc.)
1.0   14   Troubleshoot input and output ports
1.6   15   Execute computer instruction sets

2.1        EET 240 - Digital Communications

2.0    1 Explain the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of amplitude and frequency modulation
2.0    2 Describe the basic operation of AM and FM transmitters
       3 Describe the basic operation of AM and FM receivers
1.8    4 Construct and troubleshoot basic communication circuits
         Explain both frequency and time division multiplexing as methods of increasing communications
2.0    5 channel capacity
2.8    6 Operate electronic test equipment safely
2.0    7 Explain the characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of pulse modulation
       8 State the characteristics and uses of transmission lines
2.0    9 Explain electromagnetic radiation and propagation
2.0   10 List various types of characteristics of RF wave propagation
      11 Discuss the basic types of antennas including dipoles, verticals and directional arrays
      12 Discuss basic AM/FM broadcast, television, satellite and data communications systems
      13 Demonstrate the proper alignment procedure for both AM and FM receivers
         Demonstrate and explain signal substitution and signal tracing troubleshooting procedure using an FM
      14 receiver

1.8        EET 210 - Industrial electronics
           Analyze, construct and troubleshoot Operational Amplifier circuits as Inverting and Non-inverting
1.0    1   amplifiers
       2   Analyze, construct and troubleshoot active filters and oscillators
           Analyze, construct and troubleshoot comparators, summing amplifiers, difference amplifiers, and
       3   instrumentation amplifiers
           Analyze, construct and troubleshoot analog to digital and digital to analog converters using operational
2.0    4   amplifiers
           Analyze, construct and troubleshoot pulse width modulation and directional control circuits for AC and
1.8    5   DC motor controllers
       6   Analyze, construct and troubleshoot uni-polar and bi-polar stepper motor control circuits
       7   Analyze, construct and troubleshoot frequency counters and shaft encoding circuit
       8   Introduce power considerations including power dissipation and heat sinking techniques
2.4    9   Introduce electronic prototyping and fabrication techniques

2.0        EET 230 - Programmable Logic Controllers
2.0    1 Describe PLC capabilities, characteristics, applications and major advantages of its use
2.0    2 Analyze sections of a programmable controller and its basic functions
2.0    3 Determine the flow of information between hardware components and processor
2.0    4 Demonstrate hardware and wiring required in a PLC based system
2.0    5 Apply the steps to make a PLC control system operation
2.0    6 Demonstrate the basic instructions used in a PLC program
         Define the terms "examine one," "examine off," "output energize," "branch start," "branch end,"
2.0    7 "instruction," "program rung," "soft logic," and "program"

2.0    8 Explain the relationship between field wiring terminal addresses and programming instructions
2.0    9 Differentiate the ways that a PLC can be programmed

2.0   10 Describe the relationship between field wiring and terminal addresses and programming instructions
2.0   11 Develop PLC programs converted industrial control labs
           Demonstrate basic steps in troubleshooting programmable control circuits including the use of
2.0   12   diagnostic and I/O status indicator lights
2.0   13   Demonstrate the use of a programming terminal in troubleshooting PLC control circuits
2.0   14   Differentiate between analog and digital control modules and systems
2.0   15   Analyze SCADA characteristics, applications, and major advantages of its use

3.0        ENV102 Safety Orientation (OSHA 10)
3.0    1   Explain the role of OSHA in job-site safety
3.0    2   Explain OSHA's General Duty Clause and 1926 CFR Subpart C
3.0    3   Describe the impact of accidents
3.0    4   Identify the diffferent types of blood-borne pathogens.
3.0    5   Explain the safety procedures when working around blook-borne pathogens.
3.0    6   Identify the diffferent types of fires.
3.0    7   Classify the different fire extinguishers used on fires.
3.0    8   Explain and demonstrate the use of appropriate personal protective equipment
3.0    9   Explain proper ladded safety.
3.0   10   Demonstrate proper housekeeping procedures
3.0   11   Explain the purpose and importance of MSDS sheets.
3.0   12   Identify major components of an MSDS sheet.
3.0   13   Describe specific gravity and vapor density.
3.0   14   Demonstrate and explain the proper use of ladders and scaffolding
3.0   15   Explain the use of work permits and lockout/tagout procedures
3.0   16   Calculate specific gravity and vapor density.
3.0   17   Demonstrate proper manual lifting procedures
3.0   18   Explain the importance of grounding equipment.

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