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ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT
TECHNOLOGY AND AVIATION DIVISION
ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
(ELECTRONICS)
VIDEO
ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY
(ROBOTICS) VIDEO
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FACULTY
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ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS
ASSOCIATE
SCIENCE
DEGREE
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
2 YEAR
CERTIFICATE
1 YEAR
COMPUTER ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
CERTIFICATE
COMPUTER REPAIR TECH
PROGRAM (A+ CERT PREP)
WHAT DO YOU LEARN:
WHAT DO YOU LEARN:
WHAT DO YOU LEARN:
Practical knowledge of the physical
laws and theories governing
electronic and electrical circuits,
emphasizing the application of
passive, solid state and analog
devices.
Practical knowledge of the physical
laws and theories governing
electronic and electrical circuits,
emphasizing the application of digital
and microprocessor devices.
Practical knowledge to quickly
troubleshoot, repair, test and
configure Personal Computer
systems.
Design, build and test electronic
circuits using transistors, op-amps
and various other analog and digital
components.
WHO NEEDS IT:
Test Engineers, Field Techs,
Audio/Video Techs, Engineering
Aides, F/X Techs, Building
Maintenance Engineers, Biomedical
Techs, Communications Techs,
Utilities (Water and Power) Techs.
Design, build and test digital circuits
using logic gates, counters,
microprocessors and various other
digital components.
WHO NEEDS IT:
Test Engineers, Field Techs, IT
Engineers, Computer Techs,
Network Engineers, Engineering
Aides.
Ability to diagnose problems at both
the board and component level, with
hands-on capability to replace
discrete and surface mount
technology (SMT) parts using the
latest soldering and board repair
methods.
Comprehensive information and
hands-on experience to prepare you
for the the successful passing of the
A+ Certification exam.
WHO NEEDS IT:
Computer Repair Techs, IT Techs.
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ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED= 36 UNITS
ECT100
ECT101
3
3
ECT250
(101 LAB)
ECT103
ECT113
1
3
(102 LAB)
ECT104
1
3
(104 LAB)
ECT112
1
3
1ST SEMESTER
RECOMMENDED
ELECTIVE
(112 LAB)
2ND SEMESTER
CO-REQUISITE
3
(201 LAB)
ECT203
1
(203 LAB)
ECT202
ECT253
1
3
ECT253
(202 LAB)
ECT204
1
(204 LAB)
3
CIM101
1
3RD SEMESTER
PRE-REQUISITE
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3
1
3
ECT253
ECT223
ECT250
1
ECT201
ECT252
ECT251
ECT250
(113 LAB)
3
ECT251
ECT250
(103 LAB)
ECT102
1.5
CIM102
1
2
1.5
4TH SEMESTER
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COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED= 39 UNITS
ECT100
ECT101
3
3
ECT250
(101 LAB)
ECT103
ECT113
1
3
(102 LAB)
ECT104
1
3
ECT251
1
3
ECT250
(113 LAB)
3
ECT251
ECT250
(103 LAB)
ECT102
(104 LAB)
ECT112
1ST SEMESTER
RECOMMENDED
ELECTIVE
(112 LAB)
1
3
3
(203 LAB)
ECT212
1
(212 LAB)
1
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3
(204 LAB)
1
3
1
3RD SEMESTER
PRE-REQUISITE
ECT204
ECT253
ECT252
2ND SEMESTER
CO-REQUISITE
ECT203
5
ECT253
ECT250
1
CIM101
ENGR107
2
4TH SEMESTER
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COMPUTER REPAIR TECHNICIAN PROGRAM
(A+ CERTIFICATION PREPARATION)
TOTAL UNITS REQUIRED= 24 UNITS
ECT103
ECT226
3
ECT253
ECT250
(103 LAB)
ECT110
1
3
ECT251
(110 LAB)
ECT112
(226 LAB)
ECT113
1
3
ECT250
1
3
ECT250
(112 LAB)
3
(113 LAB)
ECT212
1
3
ECT252
1
1ST SEMESTER
RECOMMENDED
ELECTIVE
(212 LAB)
1
2ND SEMESTER
CO-REQUISITE
3RD SEMESTER
PRE-REQUISITE
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4TH SEMESTER
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Engineering Technology (Electronics) Career
Engineering Technician (Electronics) Career
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Engineering Technology (Robotics) Career
Engineering Technician (Robotics) Career
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ECT 100 – ECT 101 – ECT 102
ECT 100
ECT 101
TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS FOR
ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS I (DC)
ELECTRONICS
3 UNITS
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology
Electronics and Computer Technology
101 offers a modern approach to electronics
100 is designed to offer the student a
theory that is more compatible
Comprehensive study in the
with the needs of industry. The study of
mathematics specifically used in the
DC theory and principles are integrated
electronics and computer technology
with computer- assisted problems using
field.
BASIC programming language. The use
Phases covered include application
of matrices to solve elementary problems
of algebra, DC circuit analysis, AC
is introduced. Fundamental theorems are
fundamentals, simultaneous equations,
developed in lecture and put into practice
AC circuit analysis, complex numbers,
in the laboratory. The laboratory develops
logarithms, and computer number
the basic skills needed in using meters,
systems.
power supplies, along with wiring and
Lecture 3 hours.
assembling DC circuits. Lecture 3 hours.
Recommended Preparation:
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Electronics and Computer Technology
Technology 250. Prerequisite: Electronics
109 and Eligibility for English 120 or
and Computer Technology 100. (Electronics
ESL 151.
and Computer Technology 100 may
ECT 102
ELECTRONICS CIRCUITS II (AC)
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology
102 is an extension of the principles of
DC electronics applied to AC circuit
problems. The extension of BASIC
programming is used to solve complex
AC circuits. The laboratory further
develops equipment skills, introducing
the use of oscilloscopes and signal
generators. Lecture 3 hours.
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 251.
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 101 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU
be taken concurrently.). Recommended
preparation: Electronics and Computer
Technology 109 and eligibility for English
120 or ESL 151. Transfer credit: CSU
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ECT 103 – ECT 104 – ECT 112
ECT 103
ECT 104
INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC
INTRODUCTION TO
3 UNITS
MICROPROCESSORS
Electronics and Computer Technology
3 UNITS
103 is an introduction to digital systems,
Electronics and Computer Technology 104
number systems, Boolean Algebra, logic
introduces the characteristics, architecture,
techniques, logic gates, multi-vibrator
and operation of microprocessors,
circuits, counters, multi-vibrators,
Introducing peripheral interfacing
programming and codes. Construction and
techniques. Lab develops skills in
development of TTL logic, using integrated
microprocessor peripheral interfacing and
circuits. Lecture 3 hours. Co-requisite:
assembly language programming.
Electronics and Computer Technology
Lecture 3 hours.
250. Prerequisite: None. Recommended
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
preparation: Mathematics 145 or equivalent
Technology 251. Prerequisite: Electronics
and eligibility for English 120 or ESL
and Computer Technology 103 or
151. Transfer credit: CSU
equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU
ECT 112
MICROCOMPUTER
TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology 112
is a course designed to give the student a
comprehensive foundation in the methods
of microcomputer repair at the board as
well as the component level. Also included
in this course are the methods and
operation of related test equipment,
computer diagnostics and component
failure analysis. This course emphasizes
hands-on experience with practical
applications. Lecture 3 hours.
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 250. Prerequisite: None.
Recommended preparation: Electronics
and Computer Technology 103 and 110.
Note: This course may be taken 2 times; a
maximum of 8 units may be earned
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ECT 113 – ECT 201
ECT 113
ECT 201
HIGH-RELIABILITY SOLDER, WIRE
SOLID STATE DEVICES
WRAP, AND PRINTED CIRCUIT
3 UNITS
BOARD REWORK AND REPAIR
Electronics and Computer Technology
TECHNOLOGY
201 encompasses the study of Solid-State
3 UNITS
semiconductor theory, including diode
Electronics and Computer Technology 113 is
Lecture 3 hours. Co-requisite:
rectifiers. filtered power supplies, transistor
a comprehensive course providing functional
Electronics and Computer Technology
and FET amplifiers, IC oscillators, and
training in the concepts of high-reliability
250.
thyristor devices. Laboratory experiments
soldering, solder extraction, and electronics
Prerequisite: None. Note: This course
consist of constructing solid-state circuits,
component removal/replacement, including
may be taken 2 times; a maximum of 8
and performing circuit analysis and
terminal interconnections using wire-wrap
units may be earned.
diagnostics of electronic parameters using
techniques, and specialized high-technology
Students who have taken Electronics and
state-of-the-art digital electronic test
industrial equipment. This course also
Computer Technology 111 will receive
equipment.
encompasses rework, repair, and modification
only 2 units of credit for Electronics and
Lecture 3 hours. Co-requisite: Electronics
of electronic printed circuit boards.
Computer Technology 113.
and Computer Technology 252.
Additionally, automated industrial wave
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
solder processes are studied. Laboratory
Technology 102 or equivalent. Transfer
work emphasizes hands-on experience
credit: CSU
in detailed applications using specialized
industrial work stations, and automated
industrial wave solder processes equipment.
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ECT 202 - ECT 203 – ECT 204
ECT 202
ECT 203
ECT 204
INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
MICROCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY I
MICROCOMPUTER TECHNOLOGY II
ELECTRONICS
3 UNITS
3 UNITS
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology 203
Electronics and Computer Technology 204
Electronics and Computer Technology
presents the basic principles of
is a continuation of Electronics 203.
202 is a comprehensive study and applied
microcomputer integrated circuit
Principles of integrated circuits,
analysis of linear integrated circuit (IC)
technology. It is designed to provide the
microcomputers, mnemonics, interfacing,
electronics technology. Lab develops skills
students with an understanding of the
and application are covered, emphasizing
in constructing, testing, and analyzing
basic principles of integrated circuit
16-bit and 32-bit computers.
operational amplifier, differentiator and
microprocessor technology and its
Lecture 3 hours.
integrator, voltage and current regulator,
applications in 8-bit computers.
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
oscillator and function generator, active
Lecture 3 hours.
Technology 253.
filter, converter, and phase-lock loop IC
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
circuits, using advanced electronics test
Technology 253.
Technology 203 or equivalent.
equipment.
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
Transfer credit: CSU
Lecture 3 hours.
Technology 104 or equivalent.
Co-requisite: Electronics and
Transfer credit: CSU
Computer Technology 253.
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 201 or equivalent.
Transfer credit: CSU
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ECT 212 – ECT 223 – ECT 226
ECT 212
ECT 223
ECT 226
ADVANCED MICROCOMPUTER
COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
PREPARATION FOR A+
REPAIR TECHNOLOGIES
2 UNITS
CERTIFICATION
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology 223
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology
is a comprehensive study of electronic
Electronics and Computer Technology 226
212 teaches students the methods of
communications systems, from the
prepares students for the A+ professional
troubleshooting and repairing advanced
Fundamentals of radio frequency (RF)
certification examination by presenting
microcomputer systems. Specific areas
circuits To complex space-age
current Windows operating systems and
of concentration include network
technology. Specific areas of concentration
peripheral equipment troubleshooting and
hardware for both IBM and Apple
in this course include RF theory, devices,
repair. Lecture 3 hours.
systems. Some emphasis on network
circuits, and systems; including oscillators,
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
software, such as Novell and X.25, is
amplifiers, modulators, AM and FM
Technology 253.
placed on troubleshooting and repairing
techniques, data communications,
Prerequisite ECT 112 and 212 or
of the systems. Lab experiences consist
and satellite communications. Laboratory
equivalent.
of diagnosis and repair of computer
experiments deal with RF circuit/system
systems at campus locations, or during
analysis and instrumentation applications,
lab experience.
including microcomputer simulation.
Lecture 3 hours.
Lecture 3 hours, laboratory 3 hours (8
weeks).
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 252.
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 112
Prerequisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 201. Note: A maximum of 4
units may be earned from any combination
of Electronics and Computer Technology
222, 223, or 224.
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ECT 250 - ECT 251 – ECT 252 – ECT 253
ECT 250
ECT 251
ECT 252
ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY I
TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY II
TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY III
1 UNIT
1 UNIT
1 UNIT
Electronics and Computer Technology 250
Electronics and Computer Technology
Electronics and Computer Technology 252
is the laboratory course providing hands-on
251 is the laboratory course providing
is the laboratory course providing hands-on
application of classroom theory for
hands-on application of classroom theory
application of classroom theory for
Introductory ECT courses.
for basic ECT courses. Laboratory 3
Intermediate ECT courses. Laboratory 3
Laboratory 3 hours.
hours.
hours.
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Co-requisite: ECT 102, 104, 110, or
Co-requisite: ECT 201 or 212.
Technology 101, 103, 112, or 113.
124.
Note: This class may be taken 4 times; a
Note: This class may be taken 4 times; a
Note: This class may be taken 4 times; a
maximum of 4 units may be earned.
maximum of 4units may be earned.
maximum of 4 units may be earned.
ECT 253
ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER
TECHNOLOGY LABORATORY IV
1 UNIT
Electronics and Computer Technology
253 is the laboratory course providing
hands-on application of classroom theory
for advanced ECT courses.
Co-requisite: ECT 202, 203,
204, or 226.
Note: This class may be taken 4
times; a maximum of 4 units may be
earned.
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ENGR 107 – CIM 101 – CIM102
ENGR 107
CIM 101
CIM 102
ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS
INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS
AUTOMATION AND PRODUCTION
DRAWING
1.5 UNITS
CONTROLS
2 UNITS
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 101
1.5 UNITS
Engineering 107 is primarily intended
is an introductory course that provides a
Computer Integrated Manufacturing 102
for the student majoring in Electronics
comprehensive study of the fundamentals of
is the continuation of electronic control
Computer Technology (ECT). It provides an
industrial robotics. It prepares the student
automation systems, emphasizing the
introduction to the fundamentals of drafting and for more advanced studies in robotic
terms, principles and techniques used in
Technical drawing with specific applications to
automation and related technologies.
automated manufacturing processes.
ECT standards and devices. Students who
Specific areas of concentration include
Programmable logic control applications
satisfactorily complete this course are
power and positioning of robots, robot
are emphasized in central system
considered to have acquired the minimum
actuators and motors, motion control,
industrial design.
drafting skills Necessary for entry-level ECT
industrial electronics, and micro-controller
Lecture 3 hours. (8 weeks)
technicians.
technology, communication interfacing,
Prerequisite: Computer Integrated
Lecture 2 hours, laboratory 1 hour.
programming concepts, and industry
Manufacturing 101.
Recommended preparation:
applications. Lecture 3 hours. (8 weeks)
Transfer credit: CSU
Engineering 102 or equivalent. (Engineering
Prerequisite: None.
102 may be taken concurrently.) Note: This
Transfer credit: CSU
course is not intended for engineering or
drafting majors. This course may not be taken
for credit by students who have completed
Drafting 131 or Engineering 101.
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ECT 110
ECT 110
BASIC ELECTRICITY—ELECTRONICS
3 UNITS
Electronics and Computer Technology 110
presents a survey of the basic principles of
electronics (for non-electronics majors). It
is designed to provide the students with
an understanding of the basic principles of
electronic circuits and their applications.
Lecture 3 hours.
Co-requisite: Electronics and Computer
Technology 251.
Prerequisite: None.
Recommended preparation:
Mathematics 145 or equivalent and
eligibility for English 120 or ESL 151.
Note: This course may not be taken for
credit by students who have completed
Electronics and Computer Technology 101
and/or 102.
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FACULTY
• Nick Papaioanu
Associate Professor of Electronics and Computer Technology
A.A., Pasadena City College
B.A., M.A., California State University, Long Beach
Telephone: (818) 240-1000 Ext. 5791
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours and Location: AT 213
• Luis Herrera
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Electronics and Computer Technology
B.S.E.E.E., California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
M.B.A., Pepperdine University, Malibu
Telephone: (818) 240-1000 Ext. 1137
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours and Location: AT 213
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