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High Technology Studies

Certificate of Completion

About the Program

The High Technology Studies four-term certificate program is designed to expand technical knowledge across a range of technical career areas. Students may specialize in a number of technology areas such as welding, manufacturing, machining, computer aided drafting, electronics, and/or computer science by selecting the appropriate technical electives.

Program Learning Outcomes

The curriculum in RCC courses is derived from a set of identified learning outcomes that are relevant to the discipline. Program learning outcomes for electronics technology programs are:

Identify and solve real-world problems through the application of electronics theory and concepts.

Calibrate, test, and repair analog and digital circuitry using industry standard test equipment.

Organize, interpret, and use technical information and documentation.

Communicate effectively across a variety of audiences: technicians, engineers, management, and customers.

Function collaboratively as a member of a team to achieve specified and measurable results.

Demonstrate flexibility, adaptability, and time management skills commensurate with industry productivity needs.

Demonstrate the ability to adhere to personal and industry safety standards.

Entry Requirements

Students are required to complete the Placement Process to determine skill level and readiness in math, reading, and writing. As part of their training program, students must begin with the courses within their skill level as determined through the Placement Process. In addition, students may also be required to enroll in classes that would increase their employability and success.

Advanced Standing

Coursework from accredited colleges and universities will be accepted in accordance with college policies and the Electronics Technology Department chair’s recommendation. In order to ensure that coursework is current, program courses over three years old must be reviewed and approved by the appropriate department chair before being accepted toward core requirements. Official transcripts must be filed with the Enrollment Services office and the Electronics Technology Department.

Graduation Requirements

Students must complete all courses in this program with a grade of “C” or better to receive their certificates. Certain required courses are graded on a pass/no pass basis only. A grade of “P” for these courses indicates a student earned the equivalent of a “C” or better grade.


TOTAL PROGRAM CREDITS:

50-52

Program Map

Prerequisites
Course No. Course Title Credits

CIS/CS_____

Approved Computer Information Science or Computer Science class, CIS120 or above, or documented computer proficiency within the past ten years 1

0-2

MTH20

Pre-algebra

0-4

RD90/WR90

College Reading/Fundamentals of Composition or WR91 Fundamentals of Academic Literacy (WR91 substitutes for both RD90 and WR90) or designated placement score

0-4

Total Prerequisites Credits:

0-14

General Education Courses
Mathematics

(Additional math classes may be required as prerequisites to some technical electives.)

MTH63

Applied Algebra I or
MTH60 Fundamentals of Algebra I or higher level math

4-5

Communication (one course required)
3-4

BT113

Business English I

4

BT114

Business English II

4

WR115

Introduction to Expository Writing

3

WR121

English Composition I

3-4

Health/First Aid

HE112

Emergency First Aid

1

Human Relations

BT101

Human Relations in Organizations or PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations

3

Information Literacy

LIB127

Introduction to Academic Research        

1

Total General Education Credits

12-14

Technology Area Credits

(a minimum of 38 credits required)

AM120, AM120L

Automotive Maintenance and Practices w/lab

6

CIS______ 

Any computer applications course, CS/CIS125 or above (CIS125ss strongly recommended)

variable

DDM191

Advanced Animation II

3

DDM226

Advanced 3D Graphics Design II (Maya)

3

DS111

Basic Electricity for Diesel Technicians I

6

DS120

Diesel Practices

5

DS260

Hydraulic Systems for Heavy Equipment

3

EET101

Introduction to Electronics

3

EET104

Fundamentals of Manufacturing Electronics

4

EET105

Digital Concepts for Manufacturing

4

EET112

Introduction to Mechatronics

3

EET113

Exploration of Alternative Energies

3

EET118

Introduction to Renewable Energy Systems

5

EET120

Renewable Energy Systems (RES) Site Analysis and Design

4

EET121

North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Entry-level Preparation

2

EET125

Electronics Fundamentals I (DC)

6

EET126

Electronics Fundamentals II (AC)

6

EET127

Exploring the Raspberry Pi

3

EET129

Introduction to Embedded Systems

3

EET130

Digital Fundamentals I

6

EET131

Digital Fundamentals II

5

EET132

Digital Fundamentals III

5

EET140

Solid State Fundamentals

6

EET240

Microcontrollers I

5

MEC130

Hydraulics I

3

MET101

Mechanical Drafting

3

MET104

Applied Shop Practices

3

MET105/WLD104

Blueprint Reading - Mechanical

3

MET121

Computer Aided Drafting I: Mechanical (SolidWorks)

3

MET122

Computer Aided Drafting II: Mechanical (SolidWorks)

3

MET123

Computer Aided Drafting III: Mechanical (SolidWorks)

3

MET160

Materials and Metallurgy

3

MFG101

Introduction to Manufacturing

3

MFG121

Manufacturing Processes I

4

MFG122

Manufacturing Processes II

4

MFG123

Manufacturing Processes III

4

MFG140

CNC Controls

2

MFG220

Research and Development Prototyping

4

MFG230

Statistics and Quality Control

3

MFG241

CNC Programming – Mill

4

MFG242

CAM I: Mastercam

4

MFG243

CAM II: Mastercam

4

MFG244

CNC Programming – Lathe

3

MFG255

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

4

MTH65

Fundamentals of Algebra II

4

WLD101

Welding Fundamentals I

3

WLD102

Welding Fundamentals II

3

WLD111

Technology of Industrial Welding I

6

WLD112

Technology of Industrial Welding II

6

WLD113

Technology of Industrial Welding III

6

WLD211

Technology of Industrial Welding IV

6

WLD212

Technology of Industrial Welding V

6

WLD213

Technology of Industrial Welding VI

6

WLD250A

Selected Topics in Welding: FCAW

2-6

WLD250B

Selected Topics in Welding: GTAW

2-6

WLD250C

Selected Topics in Welding: SMAW

2-6

WLD250D

Selected Topics in Welding: GMAW

2-6

WLD250F

Selected Topics in Welding: Capstone Project

2-6

WLD250P

Selected Topics in Welding: CNC Plasma Cutting

3

 

Total Technology Area Credits

38


1 Required for graduation.


For more information, contact the Electronics Technology Department.

Electronics Technology Department faculty and staff can also be reached by:
Phone: 541-956-7500
Email: electronics@roguecc.edu
Web address: www.roguecc.edu/electronics
TTY: Oregon Telecom Relay Service, 711

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