Program Goals and Outcomes

Industrial electronics and electrical maintenance technology program goals and outcomes

The online industrial electronics and electrical maintenance technology degree program can help prepare students for work in which they'll help design, troubleshoot, and maintain electrical and electronic equipment.

Industrial Electronics and Electrical Maintenance Technology

Associate Degree 16-24 mo As low as $60/mo
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Program Goal

The overall program goal for the A.S. in Industrial Electronics and Electrical Maintenance Technology Degree is to prepare students to enter positions in which they'll help design, troubleshoot, and maintain electrical and electronic equipment.

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to...

 

  • Recognize the work habits and characteristics that are demonstrated by successful technicians, including the codes and standards that technicians must know
  • Read and interpret various types of technical drawings, including those used in electrical/electronics applications, and understand the basics of computer-aided design (CAD)
  • Develop schematics, line drawings, and panel prints used for the design, manufacture, and maintenance of electrical and electronics systems
  • Identify the basic concepts, terminology, and applications relating to electricity, including the components and operation of electrical systems
  • Recognize the components and applications of circuits, and list how to troubleshoot circuits
  • Identify the basic concepts, terminology, and applications relating to electronics, including the components and operation of electronic systems
  • Explain how to test and diagnose electrical and electronic equipment using measuring and diagnostic devices, such as multimeters and oscilloscopes
  • Describe the operation of transformers, and identify various types, including single- and three-phase transformers
  • Identify electrical-system installation and design processes, and evaluate sample installations to ensure code compliance
  • Identify various types of electric motors and describe how they are controlled; list the steps to use when troubleshooting electric motors and controllers
  • Design circuits in AutoCAD® using principles of AC and DC theory

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