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Electronics Technology Associate in Applied ScienceField of Study Code: ELECT.AASCatalog DescriptionThe Electronics Engineering Technology degree is designed to provide thestudent with fundamentals of electricity and electronics, including digitalelectronics and microcomputers, specialized manufacturing electronics,industrial automation and electronic communications. This programemphasizes a hands-on approach to learning through projects.Program Requirements . 32Elect 1100Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals . 3Elect 1101* Circuits I . 3Elect 1102* Circuits II . 4Elect 1120Electronic Documentation andFabrication .2Elect 1141Digital Fundamentals . 3Elect 1151* Electronic Devices and Applications . 4Elect 1161* Modern Communications . 3Elect 2273* Embedded Systems and MicrocontrollerProgramming . 3Elmec 1106Power Electricity and Rotating Machines . 4Elmec 2510Process and Automation Controls . 3* - course has a prerequisiteProgram Electives . 14Choose at least 14 additional credits from Electronic EngineeringTechnology (ELECT) and/or Electromechanical Engineering Technology(ELMEC) courses.General Education . 18Each candidate for an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree shallsatisfactorily complete at least 18 credits in General Education.Communication: 6 creditsWritten: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150Suggested Course Sequence(Full Time Enrollment)Please note: A student’s readiness to performcollege-level coursework is based on thestudent's placement test and/or ACTscores. Below 1000 level coursework may berequired prior to the student taking courses inthe suggested sequences.First Semester (13 to 17 credits) Elect 1100 (3) Elmec 1106 (4) General Education Math (3 to 5) General Education Phys/Life Sci (3 to 5)Second Semester (15 credits) Elect 1101 (3) Elect 1141 (3) Elmec 2510 (3) General Education Soc/Beh (3) General Education Speech (3)Summer Term (6 credits) Program Elective – Elmec 2520 (3) General Education English (3)Third Semester (17 credits) Elect 1102 (4) Elect 1151 (4) Elect 1161 (3) Elect 2273 (3) Program Elective (3)Fourth Semester (12 credits) Elect 1120 (2) General Education Hum/Fine Art (3) Program Elective (3) Program Elective (4)Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 creditsAt least one course with a laboratory component.Mathematics: 3 to 5 creditsSelect a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above).Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degreeprogram. Only one from the following three courses may count towardoverall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 orSociology 2205. Only one of the following courses may count towardoverall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics 1431.Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 creditsSocial and Behavioral Sciences: 3 creditsSummer Term Program Electives (to reach total)For more information:If you are considering this program as an area ofstudy, please contact the Science, Technology,Engineering and Math Division office at630-942-3210.Program web nics/electronics-tech.aspxELECT.AAS8/19/19COLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG1

Global/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills: 2 creditsComplete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in theGlobal/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills Category.TOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE64ELECT.AAS8/19/19COLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG2

Career Information ELECT.AASJob Title(s): Electronics Engineering TechniciansDigital Tech (Digital Technician), Electrical Technician, Electronics EngineeringTechnician, Electronics Technician, Engineering Technician (Engineering Tech), FailureAnalysis Technician (FA Technician), Refurbish Technician (Refurb Tech), SeniorElectronics Technician, Technician, Test TechnicianFor salary and wage information, please visit: www.onetonline.orgIf you would like information regarding internships, resume development, interviewingand job search skills, please contact the Career Services CenterPhone: 630-942-2230www.cod.edu/careerservicesTwitter: @codcareercenterRelated Occupations:Computer User Support SpecialistsElectrical Engineering TechniciansMechanical Engineering TechniciansManufacturing Production TechniciansElectrical and Electronics Installers andRepairers, Transportation EquipmentBroadcast TechniciansRadio MechanicsComputer, Automated Teller, and OfficeMachine RepairersAvionics TechniciansCamera and Photographic EquipmentRepairersELECT.AAS8/19/19COLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG3

Electronics Technology Associate in Applied ScienceField of Study Code: ELECT.AAS.BIOMEDCatalog DescriptionThe Biomedical Engineering Technology degree prepares students forcareers as biomedical equipment technicians, (also known as biomedicalengineering technicians) in hospitals, health agencies, businesses andindustries that manufacture and maintain electronic and biomedicalinstrumentation equipment. This program prepares students to test,install, and maintain healthcare components such as rehabilitation andtherapeutic products, medical imaging systems, and computer-basedsystems used in the biomedical technology field. This degree programrequires 64 credits in program requirements, program electives andgeneral education in the courses listed below.Program Requirements . 33Elect 1100Electricity and Electronics Fundamentals . 3Elect 1101* Circuits I . 3Elect 1102* Circuits II . 4Elect 1141Digital Fundamentals . 3Elect 1151* Electronic Devices and Applications . 4Elect 1221* Introduction to Biomedical InstrumentationTechnology . 3Elect 2221* Biomedical Instrumentation Technologyand Applications . 3Anat 1500* Survey of Human Anatomy and Physiology . 4Elmec 2510Process and Automation Controls . 3Hlths 1110Biomedical Terminology . 3Program Electives . 13Choose at least 13 credits from the following courses.Elect 1120Electronic Documentation . 2Elect 1161* Electronic Communications . 4Elect 1201Renewable Energy Fundamentals . 2Elmec 1101Survey of Automation . 3Elmec 1141Hydraulics and Pneumatics . 3Elmec 1190Introduction to Programmable LogicControllers . 3* - course has a prerequisiteGeneral Education . 18Each candidate for an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree shallsatisfactorily complete a minimum of 18 credits in General Education.Written: (3 credits) English 1101 or 1105Oral: (3 credits) Speech 1100, 1120 or 1150Suggested Course Sequence(Full Time Enrollment)Please note: A student’s readiness to performcollege-level coursework is based on thestudent's placement test and/or ACTscores. Below 1000 level coursework may berequired prior to the student taking courses inthe suggested sequences.First Semester (15 credits) Elect 1100 (3) Elect 1141 (3) Gen Ed Comm: Written (3) Gen Ed Comm: Oral (3) Gen Ed Math (3)Second Semester (16 credits) Elect 1101 (3) Elect 1221 (3) Elect 2221 (3) Elect 1151 (4) Gen Ed Humanities/Fine Arts (3)Summer Term (6 credits) Program Elective (3) Program Elective (3)Third Semester (14 credits) Anat 1500 (4) Hlths 1110 (3) Elect 1102 (4) Gen Ed Social & Behavioral Sciences (3)Fourth Semester (13 to 15 credits) Elmec 2510 (3) Gen Ed Physical/Life Sciences (3 to 5) Program Electives (7)For more information:If you are considering this program as an area ofstudy, please contact the Science, Technology,Engineering and Math Division office at630-942-3210.Program web OLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG4

Mathematics: 3 to 5 creditsSelect a minimum of 3 credits (1000 level or above).Select Mathematics 1102, 1104 or 1120 only where required in the degreeprogram. Only one from the following three courses may count towardoverall degree requirement credit: Mathematics 1635, Psychology 2280 orSociology 2205. Only one of the following courses may count towardoverall degree credit: Mathematics 1428 or Mathematics 1431.Physical and Life Sciences: 3 to 5 creditsAt least one course with a laboratory component.Humanities and Fine Arts: 3 creditsSocial and Behavioral Sciences: 3 creditsComplete at least 2 credits from the list of courses in theGlobal/Multicultural Studies or Contemporary Life Skills CategoryTOTAL CREDITS FOR AAS DEGREE64ELECT.AAS.BIOMED8/19/19COLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG5

Career Information ELECT.AAS.BIOMEDJob Title(s): Medical Equipment RepairersBio Medical Technician, Biomedical Electronics Technician, Biomedical EngineeringTechnician (BMET), Biomedical Equipment Technician (BMET), Biomed Tech(Biomedical Technician), Dental Equipment Technician, Electronic Technician, RepairTechnician, Service Technician, X-ray Service EngineerFor salary and wage information, please visit: www.onetonline.orgIf you would like information regarding internships, resume development,interviewing and job search skills, please contact the Career Services CenterPhone: 630-942-2230www.cod.edu/careerservicesRelated Occupations:Electrical Engineering TechniciansManufacturing Production TechniciansMedical Appliance TechniciansTwitter: @codcareercenterRobotics TechniciansMechanical Engineering TechniciansElectrical and Electronics Repairers,Commercial and Industrial EquipmentELECT.AAS.BIOMED8/19/19COLLEGE OF DUPAGE2019-2021 CATALOG6

The Electronics Engineering Technology degree is designed to provide the student with fundamentals of electricity and electronics, including digital electronics and microcomputers, specialized manufacturing electronics, industrial automation and electronic communications. This program emp

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