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

Engineering Technology

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A major of 27 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (27 units):

ET 100 Computer Aided Drafting and Design 3 units
ET 111 Technical Drawing 3 units
ET 140 Engineering Drawing 3 units
ET 145 Advanced Engineering Drawing 3 units
ET 330 Print Reading and Interpretation 3 units
CS 111 Fundamentals of Programming 1 4 units
PHYS 141 General Physics 1 4 units
PHYS 142 General Physics 2 4 units

Engineering Technology: Civil Engineering

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A major of 26 units is required for the associate in science degree. Required core courses (26 units):
ARCH 131 Materials of Construction 1 3 units
ET 111 Technical Drawing 1 3 units
ENGR 152 Statics 3 units
GEOL 100 Physical Geology 4 units
MATH 181 Calculus 1 5 units
PHYS 141 General Physics 1 4 units
PHYS 142 General Physics 2 4 units

Engineering Technology With Emphasis on 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 and 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
CS142 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  
WLD T 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:  
COM SC 122 Fundamentals of Programming 2 3 units
COM SC 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
CEL/EL/ET 128 Renewable Energy 3 units
CEL/EL/ET 131 Programmable Logic Controllers and Industrial Control Design 3 units
CEL/EL/ET 133 Transducers and Sensors 3 units
EL 135 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation 3 units
EL 136 Electronic Measurement and Instrumentation Lab 2 units
EL/COM SC 137 Microcomputer Architecture and Software Design 4 units
EL/COM EL/ET 138 Introduction to Motorola’s 68000 Microprocessor Family 3 units
CEL/EL/ET 139 Electrical Power, Motors, and Controls 3 units
CEL/EL/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
WLD T 106 Beginning Welding 3 units
WLD T 107 Advanced Welding 3 units
WLD T 307 G.M.A.W. Welding 3 units
  or  
WLD T 308 T.I.G. Welding 3 units
WLD T 315 Metal Fabrication 4 units

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