• Electronics Technology Electronics Technology (CIP Code 15.0303)
     
     
    An instructional program that prepares individuals to apply basic electronic principles and technical skills to the production, calibration, estimation, testing, assembling, installation and maintenance of electronic equipment.  Emphasis is on passive components and solid-state devices; digital circuits; optoelectronic devices; operational amplifiers; audio and RF amplifiers; oscillators; power supplies; and AM, FM and PCM modulators.  Knowledge is acquired through theoretical instruction, experimentation and hands-on activities.  Instruction will develop basic levels of knowledge, understanding and associated skills essential for entry-level employment in communications, industrial electronics, digital processing, robotics, avionics, biomedical technology and other electronics occupations.
  •  Programs of Study
     Level I
    Safety
    Tools
    Occupations
    Blue Prints
    Measuring
    Portfolios/Certifications 
    Hours
    70
    50
    40
    30
    30
    20
     Level II
    Safety with Electronics
    Electrical Quantities & Components
    Measuring Instruments
    OHM's Law/Series Circuits
    Parallel & Series/Parallel Circuits
    Basic Network Theorem
    Alternating Current
    Oscilloscope
     Hours
    60
    45
    50
    40
    75
    15
    30
    45
     Level III
    Inductance
    Inductive Reactance
    Resistor Inductor (RL) Circuits in Alternating Current (AC)
    Transformers
    Capacitance/Capacitive Reactance
    Resistance (RC) Circuits & Resistance Inductance                    Capacitance (RLC) Circuits
    Resonance
    Soldering
     Hours
    30
    30
    45
    45
    60
    60
     
    30
    60
     Level IV
    Junction Diodes
    Power Supplies
    Transistor Characteristics
    Small Signal Amplifiers
    Operation Amplifiers
    Basic Digital Electronics
    Nanotechnology/Troubleshooting
    Electronic Communications & History of Electronics
     Hours
    25
    60
    20
    60
    45
    45
    60
    45
  • STC has Articulation Agreements with the following post-secondary schools:
    Lehigh Carbon Community College, Lincoln Educational Institute—East Windsor Campus, Pittsburg Technical Institute, Triangle Tech

    Program Requirements/Costs (approximate)
     
    One 3 Ring Binder...................................$10.00
    Work Boots...............................................$35.00+
    Work Pants (uniform)..............................$16.00
     
     
    Program Entrance Recommendations
     
    Ability to work independently and as a team
    Algebra
    Hand & eye coordination
    Problem solving/troubleshooting skills
    Reading at grade level