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University Transfer Program
60–70 transferable units
California State University
University of California
Independent Colleges and Universities
The Industrial Electronics Technology program at CSM prepares a student for entry-level employment as an electronics technician. Entry-level employment opportunities exist in many segments of the electronics industry in the greater Bay Area. Companies involved with circuit assembly and fabrication; installation, and support for food and pharmaceuticals processing, public utilities; component manufacturing; high-technology transportation; aerospace systems; automated process control; alternative energy and bio-tech all offer program graduates opportunities for entry-level employment.
Electronics Technology (AS) Requirements
|Required Core Courses: 35 units||Units|
|ELEC 111||Introduction to Electronics Fundamentals||3 units|
|ELEC 112||Advanced Electronics Fundamentals||3 units|
|ELEC 231||Basic Applied Electronics Mathematics||2 units|
|ELEC 232||Advanced Electronics Mathematics||1 unit|
|ELEC 405||Transformers and Rotating Machinery||2 units|
|ELEC 421||Fundamentals of Electric Motor Control||4 units|
|ELEC 422||Introduction to Programmable Logic Controllers||4 units|
|ELEC 424||Hydraulic, Pneumatic and Vacuum Power Systems||4 units|
|ELEC 441||Sensors and Data Transmission Systems||4 units|
|ELEC 442||Electronic and Pneumatic Process Control Systems||4 units|
|ELEC 445||Industrial Data Communications Systems||4 units|
And required General Education coursework and electives as needed to meet the minimum
60 units required for the Associate degree.
Please refer to the AA/AS Degree Requirements for more information.