The ever-changing and increasing field of Electronic Technology is expanding the need for highly trained electronic technicians. These electronic technicians assist engineers and scientists in various electronic environments such as electronic instrumentation and control, aerospace research, electronic communications, process control, robotics and computer repair. Students completing the program gain the theoretical knowledge and skills that enable success in these various electronic fields.

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Program Admission Requirements

  • High School Diploma/GED
  • ENG-0995 Applied College Literacies or appropriate score on English Placement Test.
  • MATH-0965 Intermediate Algebra or qualified Math placement.
  • EET-1161 Direct Current Circuits with a “B” grade or higher

Program Learning Outcomes

This program is designed to prepare students to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:

  1. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills using appropriate technology.
  2. Work independently and collaboratively as an effective member of a team to complete projects.
  3. Identify, acquire, evaluate and ethically use technical information from multiple sources.
  4. Exhibit professional, ethical, and social responsibilities and the need for lifelong learning in the engineering profession.
  5. Conduct, analyze and interpret electronic experiments using electronic instrumentation standard measurements.
  6. Apply knowledge of circuit analysis/design and use computer languages and software to solve a stated problem in analog or digital electronics.
  7. Apply knowledge of physical sciences and practice of engineering standards to build, test, operate and maintain electrical and electronic systems.
  8. Use algebra, trigonometry, or applied calculus to conduct experiments of electrical and electronic systems.

Suggested Semester Sequence

Plan of Study Grid
First SemesterCredit Hours
EET-1161 Direct Current Circuits 3
EET-1180 Surface Mount Soldering 1
EET-1190 Printed Circuit Layout 2
MET-1100 Technology Orientation 2
PSY-1050 Introduction to Industrial/Organizational Psychology 3
Select one of the following: 3
College Composition I
Honors College Composition I
 Credit Hours14
Second Semester
EET-1210 AC Electric Circuits 3
EET-1241 Digital Fundamentals 3
Select one of the following: 3
College Algebra
Honors College Algebra
One of the following: 4
Honors Ethics
One of the following: 3
College Composition II
Honors College Composition II
Technical Writing
 Credit Hours16
Third Semester
EET-2112 Industrial Electronics 3
EET-2120 Electronics I 3
EET-2242 C and ASM Programming with Embedded Applications 3
PHYS-1210 College Physics I 4
Select one of the following: 3
Honors Trigonometry
 Credit Hours16
Fourth Semester
EET-2170 Signal Analysis 3
EET-2220 Electronics II 3
EET-2290 Electrical Design Project 2
EET-2500 Instrumentation and Control 3
EET-2520 Programmable Logic Controllers 3
Select one of the following: 3-4
Networking Fundamentals
College Physics II 2
 Credit Hours17-18
 Total Credit Hours63-64

MATH-1580 Precalculus and MATH-1610 Calculus I or higher will be accepted in place of MATH-1530 College Algebra and MATH-1540 Trigonometry


Recommended for students planning to transfer to a four-year program.

MATH-1140, MATH-1141, MATH-1200, MATH-1270, and MATH-1280 can no longer count towards fulfilling the college-level mathematics requirement.  These courses were re-classified as developmental mathematics by the state of Ohio in 2016.  Tri-C established a 5-year transitioning window for students who had completed these courses prior to 2016 to apply them towards meeting graduation requirements, which expired in Summer 2021. It is highly recommended to see a counselor to determine the appropriate math required for your current major.