Electronic Systems Technology

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Electronic
Systems
Technology
ESYS
Program Overview
ESYS Program Overview
 Why ESYS?
 What is ESYS?
 The 16 ESYS courses
 The 8-week hybrid course schedule
Why ESYS?
 Electronics Technology courses were
originally based on 1960s technology
 Although periodically updated, the
programs were diverging from the skills
used by today’s technicians
 The Electronic Systems Technology
(ESYS) program is targeted towards the
skills needed by today’s technicians
What is ESYS?
 The ESYS (Electronic Systems
Technology) Program
• Emphasizes the use, maintenance,
troubleshooting and repair of electronic
systems
• Less concentration on individual
component and circuit analysis
• Incorporates the communication and
reporting skills needed in industry
The 16 ESYS courses
 ESYS 50 •
• Introduction to ESYS
 ESYS 51
• Fabrication Techniques
 ESYS 52
• Measurement & Troubleshooting
 ESYS 54
• Analog Circuits & Semiconductor Devices
 Detailed information on all courses may be found in the
college catalog at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/academics/catalog/
 Or the ESYS website at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/esys/
The 16 ESYS courses
 ESYS 55A
• Microcontroller Systems
 ESYS 55B
• Digital Logic Systems
 ESYS 56A & 56B
• Electronic Power Systems I & II
 ESYS 57A
• Process Control Systems
 ESYS 57B
• PLC & Robotic System Components
The 16 ESYS courses
 ESYS 58
• Wireless Communication Systems
 ESYS 60
• Electronic Systems Analysis
 ESYS 61
• ESYS Project Management
 ESYS 62
• Home Technology Systems
 ESYS 63A/B
• IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software
The 16 ESYS courses
 Four courses with NO PREREQUISITES:
ESYS 50, 51, 62, and 63A
 Three courses with ESYS 50 as the only
prerequisite or co-requisite:
ESYS 52, 55A, and 57A
 ESYS 60 is the only course with a math
prerequisite:
INDT 74, ELEC 65, or eligible for MATH 55
ESYS Degree and Certificates
 A.S. Degree in Electronic Systems
Technology
• All 16 ESYS courses
• General Education requirements for A.S. Degree
(refer to College Catalog)
 Certificate of Achievement in Electronics
Systems Technology:
• Industrial Technology
 ESYS 50, 51, 52, 55A, 55B, 56A, 57A, 57B, and 58
 No GE requirement
• Consumer Technology
 ESYS 50, 51, 52, 54, 56A, 62, 63A and 63B
 No GE requirement
CAS Certificate Coming Soon!
 Certificate of Achievement in Information
Technology Support:
• Cisco CCNA Discovery 1, 2, 3, 4
 CAS 92A, B, C, & D
• IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software
 ESYS 63A & B
Planned to be approved by Fall 2013
8-week hybrid course
schedule
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All 16 courses are 1 unit lecture, 1 unit lab
All courses are 8-week short-term courses
Lectures are provided in online format
Labs are in-class, 4 hours, 1 night/week per
course
 Each 8-week session (except summer)
includes at least one no-prerequisite course
(ESYS 50, 51, 62, or 63A)
8-week hybrid course
schedule
 A typical student load is two courses per 8week session (4 courses per semester)
 All ESYS courses for AS degree can be
completed in two years
 Courses for ESYS certificate can be
completed in one year
ESYS Course Sequences
 Program entry points
• A.S. in ESYS: Start in August, October,
January, or March and finish in two years,
8 or 9 sessions (GE not listed on sequence
charts)
• Cert of Achievement in ESYS-Consumer
Tech (16 units): Start in August or October
and finish in one year, 5 sessions
• Cert of Achievement in ESYS-Industrial
Tech (18 units): Start in January and finish
in one year, 5 sessions
 Note: Course schedule subject to change.
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ESYS 50
ESYS 51
ESYS 52
ESYS 54
In t ro t o ESYS
Fab rication Tech
Instrume nt ation
An alog Sys
ESYS 63A
ESYS 63B
ESYS 55A
ESYS 55B
IT Essentials I
IT Essentials II
M icrocon t roller Sys
Di git al Log ic Sys
ESYS 57A
ESYS 57B
ESYS 61
ESYS 62
Process Con t rol Sys
PLC Compone nts
Proje ct M g m nt
In t ro t o ESYS
ESYS 56A
ESYS 56B
ESYS 58
ESYS 60
Pow er Sys I
Pow er Sys II
Wireless Com m Sys
ESYS Anal ysis
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Thursd ays
Cert in Consumer Tech - Sta rt in Au g u st
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ESYS 50
ESYS 51
ESYS 52
ESYS 54
ESYS 56A
In t ro t o ESYS
Fab rication Tech
Instrume nt ation
An alog Sys
Pow er Sys I
ESYS 63A
ESYS 63B
ESYS 62
IT Essentials I
IT Essentials II
In t ro t o ESYS
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Thursd ays
Day for Sum m er
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Cert in Indust rial Tech - Sta rt in Au g u st
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Janua ry - M arch
M arch - M ay
ESYS 50
ESYS 51
ESYS 52
ESYS 58
In t ro t o ESYS
Fab rication Tech
Instrume nt ation
Wireless Com m Sys
ESYS 57A
ESYS 57B
ESYS 55A
ESYS 55B
Process Con t rol Sys
PLC Compone nts
M icrocon t roller Sys
Di git al Log ic Sys
Jun e - August
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For More Information
 Contact Wayne Phillips at
[email protected]
 Visit the ESYS webpage at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/esys
ESYS
www.chabotcollege.edu/esys

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