Electronics Engineering Technology AAS

Manufacturing Department | A.A.S. Associate of Applied Science Degree | Two years

Clackamas Community College’s Electronics Engineering Technology program focuses on electronics and engineering designs and systems with hands-on learning environments.

If you like taking electronics equipment apart and putting it back together, working with your hands and problem solving, the Electronics Engineering Technology program could be the career path for you. At Clackamas Community College, choose our two-year Associate of Applied Science (AAS) career technical degree. The demand for those who can create, understand and alter electrical control systems puts electronic engineers at the cutting-edge of the technology sector.

Our hands-on learning environment will give you the fundamentals in electronics, digital logic, troubleshooting and schematics. The manufacturing department offers a number of transferable classes into Oregon Tech's Electronics Engineering Technology degree program, and we have outstanding job placement opportunities within the industry.

Electronics Engineering Technology AAS

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Description and Outcomes

Electronics Engineering Technology Core Requirements

Complete 1 credit of HD-209
  • HD-209
  • Job Search Skills
  • 1
 
Complete 4 credits of SM-280
  • SM-280
  • Electronics & Microelectronics/CWE
  • 4
 
Complete CDT-103, CDT-108A, or CDT-223
  • CDT-103
  • Computer-Aided Drafting I
  • 3
  • CDT-108A
  • Introduction to SolidWorks
  • 3
  • CDT-223
  • Inventor Fundamentals
  • 3
 
Complete the following Core Requirements
  • EET-112
  • Electronic Equipment and Assembly I
  • 1
  • EET-113
  • Electronic Equipment and Assembly II
  • 1
  • EET-114
  • Electronic Equipment and Assembly III
  • 1
  • EET-127
  • Semiconductor Circuits I
  • 2
  • EET-137
  • Electrical Fundamentals I
  • 4
  • EET-139
  • Principles of Troubleshooting I
  • 2
  • EET-141
  • Electrical Fundamentals II
  • 4
  • EET-142
  • Electrical Fundamentals III
  • 4
  • EET-157
  • Digital Logic I
  • 3
  • EET-215
  • Technical Mechanics
  • 3
  • EET-225
  • Mechatronics I
  • 2
  • EET-227
  • Semiconductor Circuits II
  • 3
  • EET-233
  • Programmable Logic Controllers I
  • 3
  • EET-234
  • Programmable Logic Controllers II
  • 3
  • EET-235
  • Mechatronics II
  • 2
  • EET-239
  • Principles of Troubleshooting II
  • 2
  • EET-250
  • Linear Circuits
  • 3
  • EET-254
  • Introduction to Microcontrollers
  • 3
  • EET-257
  • Digital Logic II
  • 3
  • IMT-120
  • Industrial Machinery I
  • 3
  • IMT-223
  • Instrumentation & Controls
  • 3
  • MFG-209
  • Programming & Automation for Manufacturing
  • 3
  • MTH-112
  • Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus
  • 5
  • SM-150
  • Semiconductor Processing I
  • 2
 

Computation Related Instruction

Complete MTH-111
  • MTH-111
  • College Algebra
  • 5
 

Communication Related Instruction

Complete WR-121
  • WR-121
  • English Composition
  • 4
 

Human Relations Related Instruction

Complete 3 credits. Recommended: PSY-101. Please refer to page 82 of the catalog for a list of approved Related Instruction Courses.
 

PE/Health/Safety Related Instruction

Complete MFG-107
  • MFG-107
  • Industrial Safety & First Aid
  • 3
 

Program Electives

Complete 9-15 credits of Electronics Engineering Technology Program Electives. This may consist of any course with a CDT, EET, MFG, MET, RET, SM, or WLD prefix not included in the Electronics Engineering Technology Program.
 

PH-211, 212, 213 and MTH-251 are recommended for students who plan to transfer to Oregon Tech. Oregon Tech will also accept PH-201, 202, and 203. Students should contact Oregon Tech about transferability of these classes.
 

Oregon Tech Transfer Courses

The CCC Industrial Technology Department, in partnership with Oregon Tech, offers a number of transferable classes into Oregon Tech's Electronics Engineering Technology degree program. For information contact the Industrial Technology Department, 503-594-3318.
 
Total Credits Required: 97-103