Applied Electronics Micro-Credentials
Stackable to Degree Program
These micro-credentials align with requirements for the Electrical Technology-Electronics A.A.S. should students choose to continue their education after obtaining the micro-credential.
Applied Electronics for Manufacturing Assemblers
Upon completion of this micro-credential, students will be able to understand and apply electrical quantities and their measurement, DC circuits, AC circuits, magnetism and basic instrumentation and electrical power. They will demonstrate the use of electrical and mechanical equipment and instrumentation, and construct a CAD generated circuit board demonstrating the skills of bread boarding, soldering, crimping, heat shrinking, wiring, and mounting jacks, controls and switches.
This is designed to be a stackable micro-credential as a beginning Micro-credential. The next step would be the Applied Electronics for Manufacturing Technicians and then the Electrical Technology-Electronics AAS program.
Applied Electronics for Manufacturing Technicians
Upon completion of this micro-credential, students will be able to design, construct, and analyze electronic circuits, and demonstrate the use of electrical and mechanical equipment and instrumentation.
This is designed to be a stackable micro-credential as an intermediate step between the Electrical Technician Micro-credential and the Electrical Technology-Electronics A.A.S. program.
|The Applied Electronics Micro-credentials prepare students for career goals including:|
|Job Title||Degree Needed||Regional/State Job Outlook||Regional/State Average Entry Earnings|
|Associate's||Favorable / Favorable||$39,840 / $39,840|
|Associate's||Very Fav. / Very Fav.||$34,450 / $34,450|
Highlighted for this program: Jon Balke
Department Chair, Technology, Engineering, Computing: Joe DeLeone
Brad Cole, ADI STEM firstname.lastname@example.org