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Electronics Technology ATA
Award Type
ATA
Credits
0
Ends
03/16/18, 06/15/18
Anticipated Graduates
1
Contact
Eugene "Craig" Seybold
360-475-6814
eseybold@olympic.edu
Categories
Electronics
Description
The Electronics Program at Olympic College provides for two years of instruction designed to prepare a student for entry in the field or industry. Upon completion of the Associate in Technical Arts Degree (ATA) a student may transfer these credits and apply them towards a Bachelor’s degree in Electronic Technology at a four-year institution.
Skill Sets
Studies include industrial control circuits using linear integrated circuits and other solid state devices, digital circuits, microcomputer operation and languages, microprocessors, as well as studies in general industrial electronics. Program Skill Set should read: Upon completion of this program, successful students will have demonstrated the ability to apply their skills and knowledge in the following ways:
  1.  Analyze, interpret and trace digital logic diagrams used in signal tracing of complex digital circuits.
  2. Select and operate electronic test equipment during troubleshooting and repair operations, with an emphasis on safety in use and accuracy in results.
  3. Design and evaluate machine language programs for efficiency and effectiveness.
  4. Based upon equipment troubleshooting results, research and document required replacement parts.
  5. Successfully replace miniature circuit board components using industrial standard soldering/fabrication techniques.
  6. Effectively communicate with and advise customers and co-workers, both written and orally, regarding the progress of and decisions made concerning test and repair procedures.
  7. Pass industry/Federal-style examination on the theory and procedures of electronic technology.
 

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Olympic College


Olympic College
1600 Chester Ave
Bremerton, WA 98337



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