T174 Electronics Technology 1
This course is designed for students interested in electronics technology, digital communications, audio technology, industrial technology applications, and electronic design. Students will study safety, basic components and symbols, electrical fundamentals, instrumentation, circuit analysis, semiconductor applications, and digital technology. Students will assemble and analyze electronic circuits including power supplies, oscillators, amplifiers, and digital circuits. Emphasis is placed on problem solving and teamwork in a lab environment. Students who complete T174 with a “B” or higher may be eligible for college credit when completing advanced coursework at Harper College.

LEVEL: 1,2,3,4

One Year – One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Oras

T276 Electronics Technology 2
Students will become familiar with analyzing, aligning, troubleshooting, and servicing most common types of electronic circuits. They will study areas of electronics such as amplification, solid-state circuitry, digital circuitry, FM stereo, and basic problem solving techniques. Students will build advanced projects and analyze and evaluate a variety of laboratory experiments. Emphasis is on the theory of electronic circuits and a systematic approach to troubleshooting.

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of T174 Electronics Technology 1 and C or higher in M114 Algebra 1 or instructor’s approval.

LEVEL: 2,3,4

One Year – One Credit

Teacher: Mr. Oras

T377, T477 Electronics Independent Study
Electronics Independent Study allows students who are interested in pursuing a career in the field to gain additional knowledge and experience. With the instructor as a resource, students may explore areas such as television, industrial circuitry, digital circuitry, and circuit design in-depth. Students must possess a degree of initiative and self-direction. With the assistance of the instructor, they will develop goals and plan activities and projects which can be carried out on their own initiative. Research, experimentation, project construction, and report writing are among appropriate student activities. With the instructor’s approval, planned activities may take place outside of the classroom.

PREREQUISITE: Instructor’s approval and successful completion of T276 Electronics Technology 2.

LEVEL: 3,4

One-Half Year – One-Half Credit or One Year – One Credit per School Year

Teacher: Mr. Oras