ETEC 10, Direct Current Circuits, 4
This is a first semester course in the fundamentals of electricity and electronics. It will provide a good background in direct current circuits including Ohm's law, component identification, and electrical terminology commonly used in the industry. Students will learn how electricity interacts with passive components.
ETEC 12, Alternating Current Circuits, 4
This course will address calculation, construction, measurement and analysis of single phase alternating current RCL circuits. Magnetism, transformer theory, passive filters, vectorial analysis and power in alternating current circuits will be extensively covered.
ETEC 20, Electric Motor Control, 3
This course is a study of electrical control circuits as they apply to industrial control systems. This course covers control components and their use in control systems as well as the use and development of electrical schematic and wiring diagrams.
ETEC 22, Semiconductor Devices, 2
This course is a study of active electronic semiconductor devices commonly used in analog and industrial control circuits. The analysis of the operational characteristics, biasing, power dissipation and application of each device will be explored.
ETEC 24, Digital Devices, 2
This course of study will provide the student with the concepts of digital devices and circuitry commonly used in modern electronic circuits. The student will understand sequential logic circuits binary and hexadecimal numbering systems, binary math and the application of these subjects in industrial control systems.
ETEC 40, National Electrical Code, 3
A study of electrical wiring methods as they apply to residential, commercial, and industrial wiring. This course stresses the application of the regulations of the National Electrical Code. Students learn the theory behind the design and safe installation of complex electrical systems.
ETEC 42, Wiring Methods and Code Application, 1
This course provides hands on skill development in the use of tools, materials, and methods demanded by employers in the electrical industry to install electrical wiring systems to code specifications in residential, commercial, and industrial settings.
ETEC 44, Power Distribution Systems, 3
This course is a comprehensive study of poly-phase systems and how they are used today for power distribution. The understanding of polyphase systems and the effects of loading and neutral current calculation will be stressed. A thorough coverage of the principles of operation, application and construction of transformer connections will be emphasized to enable the student to understand single and polyphase system voltages and currents.
ETEC 46, DC & AC Motors & Generators, 3
A comprehensive study of Direct Current and Alternating Current Rotating electrical machinery. This course will include the identification, construction, connection, operation, and application of single and poly-phase motors and generators commonly found in today's automated systems