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    May 28, 2024  
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ETEC 105 - Introduction to Electronics



5.0 Credits
An introduction to current, voltage, resistance and power, electronic schematics, components, and test equipment. The course includes lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on training. Provides training in basic academic skills.
Prerequisite EAP 100 or BRDGE 090 and placement into MATH 077.
Course-level Learning Objectives (CLOs)
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Take effective lecture notes in a technical class.
  2. Research a component, concept, or problem on the Internet.
  3. Operate basic electronic test equipment.
  4. Use a formula to solve for an unknown quantity.
  5. Build a circuit from a schematic diagram.
  6. Identify most components on a circuit board.
  7. Use engineering and metric notation in calculations and descriptions of electrical quantities.
  8. Demonstrate knowledge of electrical quantities.
  9. Write up a lab exercise following a specific format.



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