Industrial Electronics Technology - CERT

Agriculture, Business, Computers and Technology

Contact: TIM EVANS (620)728-8141
Department Co-Chair: JILLENE CUNNINGHAM (620)665-3479
Department Co-Chair: JANET HAMILTON NEWTON (620)665-3384

For course descriptions and course prerequisites, click on the course name.

Total Credit Hours

This certificate requires 35 credit hours.


Course Title Credits
EE100 Principles of DC and AC Circuits 3

Ohm's Law, series and parallel DC circuits, networks, meters, magnetism, AC circuits with inductance, capacitance and resonance.

EE101 Solid State Electronics 3

Theoretical and practical understanding of the basic elements of transistors including characteristics of transistors, base circuits, parameters and use of data sheets using transistorized circuits and characteristics of semi-conductors.
Pre-Reqs: EE100 Principles of AC/DC Circuits with a C or better

MC101 Introduction to Machine Technology 3

Basic machine tool concepts including theory and practice of machinery techniques.

ME105 Fundamentals of Instrumentation 3

Overview of industrial/manufacturing instrumentation and control focusing on common technology, practices and applications used in instrumentation and control systems.
Pre-Reqs: EE203 Instruments & Measurements

ME108 Occupational Safety 2

Types of safety in relation to various occupations and positive approaches toward safety practices; review of aspects of the OSHA regulations as developed and enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

ME110 Fundamentals of Motor Controls 3

Principles and operations of AC motor control with emphasis on maintenance, operation and utilization.
Pre-Reqs: EE203 Instruments & Measurements

ME112 Fundamentals of AC Circuits/Control 3

Electrical controls, their connections and their actions when AC is applied; study of electrical principles and practices required of service technicians in refrigeration, heating, air conditioning, appliance repair, commercial/industrial fields.
Pre-Reqs: EE103 Intro to Electronics, or EE203 Instruments & Measurements with grade of C or better

MT207 Computerized Numerical Control 3

A concept of machine tool control involving coded instructions expressed as letters and numbers including tape prepartion and set-up and control of a numerical control machining center.

TR101 Applied Algebra 3

Elementary algebra, including number systems, laws, operations and axioms as applied in arithmetical and algebraic solutions.

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