Program Outcome


 A student successfully completing this program will be able to do the following:
 
  • Understand the behavior and principles that govern AC and DC electrical circuits. 
  • Understand the principles of basic analog electronic components and circuits. 
  • Properly select and use electronic diagnostic equipment.
  • Troubleshoot electronic circuits using available information. 
  • Read and comprehend electronic schematic diagrams.
  • Understand the mathematical relationships that govern electrical circuits. 
  • Use algebraic and trigonometric formulas to predict and analyze electrical circuits.
  • Demonstrate safe and proper use of typical tools for electronic technicians. 
  • Gain certification in Microsoft XP Operating Systems (MCP).
  • Gain Microsoft Security+ certification. 
  • Understand digital logic systems and numbering systems.
  • Understand 8-bit microprocessor theory and interfacing. 
  • Exhibit a high standard of ethics in the workplace.
  • Effectively communicate with others using written and oral modes. 
  • Perform routine troubleshooting and repair of computers.
  • Perform routine repair of computer monitors and printers. 
  • Understand microprocessor architecture and programming.
  • Understand advanced microprocessor interfacing. 
  • Gain Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA).
  • Gain A+ certification. 
  • Gain Network+ certification.
  • Write technical reports and interpret technical manuals. 
  • Understand the natural laws of physics as they pertain to the trade.
  • Properly identify and use commercial electronic tools of the trade. 
  • Plan and install computer networks.
  • Manage and administer computer networks. 
  • Understand a variety of social, economic, and cultural operatives.