Degree Options

The Allan Hancock College Electronics/Computer Electronics program offers degrees in the following:

Electronics Technology

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A major of 22 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (22 units):

EL 118 Fundamentals of DC & AC Circuit Analysis 3 units
  or  
EL 111 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
  and  
EL 113 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
EL 119 Fundamentals of DC & AC Circuit Analysis Lab 2 units
  or  
EL 112 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
  and  
EL 114 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
EL 122 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 123 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
EL 125 Digital Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 126 Digital Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
EL 135 Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation 3 units
EL 136 Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab 2 units
EL 146 Electronic Product Design, Fabrication & Documentation 2 units

Electronic Engineering Technology

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A major of 42 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (42 units):
CS  Any 3 unit programming course 3 units
CHEM 120 Introductory Chemistry 4 units
EL 118 Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuit Analysis 3 units
  or  
EL 111 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
  and  
EL 113 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
EL 119 Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuit Analysis Lab 2 units
  or  
EL 112 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
  and  
EL 114 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
EL 122 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 123 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
EL 125 Digital Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 126 Digital Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
EL 135 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation 3 units
EL 136 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation Lab 2 units
EL 146 Electronic Product Design, Fabrication and Documentation 2 units
MATH 181 Calculus 1 5 units
PHYS 141 General Physics 1 4 units
PHYS 142 General Physics 2 4 units

Electronics Technology with Emphasis in Network Maintenance and Digital Technologies

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A major of 29 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (18 units):
EL 105 PC Preventive Maintenance and Upgrading 3 units
EL 106 Networking Essentials 1 3 units
EL 107 Networking Essentials 2 3 units
EL 108 Networking Essentials 3 2 units
EL 109 Networking Essentials 4 2 units
EL 118 Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuit Analysis 3 units
  or  
EL 111 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
  and  
EL 113 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
EL 119 Fundamentals of DC and AC Circuit Analysis Lab 2 units
  or  
EL 112 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
  and  
EL 114 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
     
  Plus a minimum of 3 units selected from the following:  
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3 units
CBIS 101 Computer Concepts and Applications 3 units
CS 102 Introduction to Computing with HTML 3 units
     
  Plus a minimum of 5 units selected from the following Electronics option or Computer Science option:  
EL 125 Digital Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 126 Digital Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
  or  
CS 141 Computer Fundamentals in Digital Design 3 units
CS 142 Computer Fundamentals in Digital Design Laboratory 2 units
     
  Plus a minimum of 3 units selected from the following:  
CS 111 Fundamentals of Programming 1 4 units
CS 161 Discrete Structures 3 units
CS 171 FORTRAN 3 units
CS 175 Object-Oriented Programming 3 units

Electronics Technology: Mechatronics

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A major of 52 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (37 units):
CS 111 Fundamentals of Programming 1 4 units
EL/CEL/ET 104 Introduction to Robotics & Mechatronics 3 units
EL 111 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
EL 112 Fundamentals of DC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
EL 113 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis 1.5 units
EL 114 Fundamentals of AC Circuit Analysis Lab 1 units
EL 122 Electronic Devices and Circuits 3 units
EL 123 Electronic Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
CS 141 Computer Fundamentals in Digital Design 3 units
  or  
EL 125 Digital Devices and Circuits 3 units
CS 142 Computer Fundamentals in Digital Design Lab 2 units
  or  
EL 126  Digital Devices and Circuits Lab 2 units
MT 330 Print Reading and Interpretation 3 units
  or  
WLDT 306 Layout and Fabrication Interpretation 3 units
EL 146 Electronic Product Design, Fabrication and Documentation 2 units
MT 109  Survey of Machining 4 units
ET 140 Engineering Drawing  3 units 
SP 128 Materials and Processes 3 units
     
  Plus a minimum of 15 units selected from the following:  
CS 137 Microcomputer Architecture and Software Design 4 units
CS 175 Object-Oriented Programming 3 units
CS 164 Software Engineering 3 units
EL 105 PC Preventive Maintenance and Upgrade 3 units
  or  
EL 320 A+ Certification 2 units 
EL 106 Networking Essentials 1 3 units
EL 107 Networking Essentials 2 3 units
EL/CEL/ET 128 Renewable Energy 3 units
EL/CEL/ET 131 Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Control Design 3 units
EL/CEL/ET 133 Transducers and Sensors 3 units
EL 135 Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation 3 units
EL 136 Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation Lab 2 units
EL/ET 138 Introduction to Motorola’s 68000 Microprocessor Family 3 units
EL/CEL/ET 139 Electrical Power, Motors, and Controls 3 units
EL/CEL/ET 162 Fluid Power and Control 2 units
ET 100 Computer Aided Drafting and Design 3 units
MT 100 Machine Tool Practices 4 units
PHYS 100 Concepts in Physics 3 units
  or  
PHYS 110 Introductory Physics 3 units
  or  
PHSC 111 Matter, Energy, and Molecules 4 units
SP 104 Quality Management Control and Safety 3 units
WLDT 106 Beginning Welding 3 units
WLDT 107 Advanced Welding 3 units
WLDT 307 G.M.A.W. Welding 3 units
  or  
WLDT 308 T.I.G. Welding 3 units
WLDT 315 Metal Fabrication 3 units

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