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TELECOMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY: BASIC ELECTRONICS?
Certificate of Specialization (CS)
The Telecommunications Engineering Technology: Basic Electronics offers basic courses in the fundamentals of electricity, electronics, computers and telecommunications to support entry level positions in the telecommunications industry.
This certificate of proficiency is a 21 credit-hour program.
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Telecommunications Engineering Technology: Basic Electronics (CS) 21 Credits
|Program Total: 21 credits|
|GE:131||Engineering Technology Orientation||1|
|EE:110||Technical Electric Circuits I||4|
|EE:111||Technical Electric Circuits II||4|
|EE:112||Technical Electronics I||5|
|EE:230||Analog and Digital Electronics||3|
|EE:106||IBM Personal Computer Installation and Repair||1|
|TEL:103||Introduction to Telecommunications||3|
The Telecommunications Engineering Technology: Basic Electronics program is offered at our Florissant Valley campus. Students may take general education classes toward this degree at any of our four campuses, our five education centers, and online.
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