Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, Terre Haute, Indiana
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All specialties in the Electronic
Technology area begin with a common core of classes, which emphasizes the
fundamental relationships used in all electronics.
These classes create the critical foundation upon which specialty courses are built.
In addition to the core classes, the Industrial specialty incorporates a course on programmable logic controllers, which are widely used in today's industrial environments. There is a course concentrating on the various types and characteristics of DC motors, generators, AC single- and three-phase motors, and variable speed drives. In addition, a class about fluid power basics is necessary for a thorough understanding of hydraulic and pneumatic applications. Plus the industrial instrumentation course pulls together many applications and devices that were previously introduced in other classes and emphasizes their usage in today's industrial control processes and applications.
|IVYT1XX||First Year Seminar||1|
|EECT101||Introduction to Electronics & Projects||3|
|EECT111||Introduction to Circuit Analysis||4|
|MATH137||Trigonometry w/Analytic Geometry||3|
|EECT121||Electronics Circuit Analysis||4|
|EECT128||Introduction to C Programming||3|
|EECT211||AC Electronics Circuit Analysis||4|
|MINT104||Fluid Power Basics||3|
|COMM101||Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|EECT279||Advanced Problem Solving||3|
For further information about the Electronics Degrees & Specialties - contact:
Jeff Moore at 812- 298-2335 or
by E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Malcolm D. Harmless at 812-298-2336 or
by E-mail at email@example.com
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