Analog electronics deals with infinitely varying signals and the components that amplify and operate with these varying signals. Topics in this area include diodes, rectification, filtration, amplification, transistors, scr, triacs, diacs, sensors and instrumentation. This certificate can be earned while pursuing an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical Technology.
- Demonstrate the ability to apply laws to the design, construction, analysis, and measurement of electric, hydraulic and pneumatic circuits.
- Interpret and develop technical drawing, schematics and diagrams.
- Create documents based on technical information using descriptive writing, diagrams, mathematical expression, computation, and graphs.
- Apply electrical/mechanical laws to the operation and control of machines.
- Apply critical thinking skills to solving problems.
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate and perform in a team environment.
- Analyze a set of specifications and create a LabView virtual instrument.
- Apply electro/mechanical output based on computer generated data for the purpose of creating a lab manual using Microsoft Office products.
This program is designed to be completed in 32 weeks.
This program will cost $4,052 if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs were accurate at the time of posting, but may have changed.
Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical debt upon graduation is not available.
The State of Michigan does not have licensure requirements for this profession.
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