This certificate is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge, skills and abilities (KSA’s) to meet minimum requirements for employment as an entry level electronics technician in aerospace-related technologies.
- Identify and apply technical concepts and terms used in the avionics field.
- Perform basic wiring and termination common to avionics.
- Locate, evaluate, and apply relevant information from various sources to address workplace problems.
Many classes have prerequisites. Prerequisites are those classes that prove eligibility for entry-level classes by testing or by having satisfied prior course work. Course work earned at other institutions must be unofficially evaluated or approved by a program advisor before registering. Courses in this certificate with pre-requisites are marked with an asterisk (*).
Aviation Electronics II Prerequisites:
- Placement into ENGL097, ENGL098 or higher
- Placement into MATH084 or higher or successful completion of equivalent class (or higher)
- BUS169 or equivalent computer experience
Note: Advanced placement testing, work experience, and transfer of credits may result in course waivers, credit transfer, and advanced placement.
|Course Number||General Education/Related Requirements (8-10 credits)||Credits|
|Human Relations||Choose one of the following: course(BUS236), course(HUM105), course(ISP101), course(ISP110), course(POL112), course(SOC&101)||5|
|Course Number||Certificate Requirements (52-53 credits)||Credits|
|EET105||Introduction to Technology||2|
|EET106||Introduction to Soldering||1|
|EET107||Intro to Aviation Electronics||4-5|
|EET109*||Mathematical Applications for Circuit Analysis||5|
|EET112||Fluid Power & Alternative Energy Sources||5|
|EET131||IT Essentials – A+ Certification||5|
|EET137*||Introduction to Robotics||5|
|EET161||DC Principles of Electronics||5|
|EET162*||AC Principles of Electronics||5|
|EET 163*||Solid State Electronics||5|
|EET170*||Digital Circuits I||5|
This program of study is outlined by quarter, and courses should be taken in the indicated sequence. However, it should not be concluded that students will always proceed through their program of study exactly as prescribed here. The number of quarters listed here is minimal. Not all courses are offered every quarter. Individual student experiences, educational and training background, and personal schedules and demands all may affect the time it takes to finish this program. Also, in general, summer quarter is not considered one of the full-time quarters in the program.
1st quarter: EET 105, EET 109 or MATH&141, EET 161
2nd quarter: EET 131, EET 162, ENGL&101 or ENGL&230 or ENGL&235
3rd quarter: EET 163, EET 170, EET 137, BUS 236
4th quarter: EET 112, EET 107, EET 108, EET 106
What Skills do I need to be successful in this field?
What are some potential job titles?
- • Electronics Technician
- • Repair Technician
- • Electrical and Instrument Mechanic
Wages, employment trends and pathways
EET Program Coordinator
Tim Fiegenbaum (206) 934-0181
NSC Advising Office