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Electronics Engineering Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology

Associate of Applied Science degree

Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to provide students with technical knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the field of electronics and its related career paths. The curriculum is designed to provide a broad-based education with an opportunity for directing one’s studies toward specific employment as well as continuation of education at a four-year university. The labs provide hands-on learning experience where students use modern testing and diagnostic equipment as well as modern simulation software.

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Degree Requirements - Minimum of 62 Credit Hours Print Requirements

General Education Core       (33 hours)
Area I.    Communications       (9 hours)
ENG111Freshman Composition I 3 credits
ENG115Freshman Composition II 3 credits
SPCH111Public Speaking-or- 3 credits
SPCH112Interpersonal Communication 3 credits
Area II.    Mathematics       (4 hours)
MATH180College Algebra 4 credits
Area III.    Laboratory Science       (8 hours)
Area IV.    Social and Behavioral Sciences       (6 hours)
Area V.    Humanities and Fine Arts       (6 hours)
Program Requirements       (26 hours)
ELEC101Electronic Circuits/DC 4 credits
ELEC102Electronic Circuits/AC 4 credits
ELEC196Solid State and Active Devices 4 credits
ELEC202Telecommunications Electronics 3 credits
ELEC204Digital Electronic Circuits 4 credits
STEM105Computer Use for Technology 3 credits
STEM117Introduction to Engineering 3 credits
STEM250STEM Capstone 1 credits
Approved Electives       (3 hours)
CS105Introduction to Computer Science 3 credits
DTEC101Engineering Graphics and Basic AutoCAD 3 credits
ELEC179Soldering, Fabrication & Repair 3 credits
ELEC210Computer Systems Troubleshooting 3 credits
MATH190Trigonometry 4 credits
MATH195Calculus I 4 credits

Electronics Engineering Technology Curriculum Profile 2012-2015

Program Resources

Program Director: Francisco Apodaca
Phone: 505-454-2510
Email: fapodaca@luna.edu
Program Advisor: Sequoia Romero
Phone: (505)454-5358
Email: seromero@luna.edu
Office Manager: Amanda, Tapia
Phone: (505)454-5370
Email: atapia@luna.edu

Academic Center for Excellence (ACE Lab)

Technologies Center

Coordinator: Raymond Varela
Phone: (505) 454-5306
Email: rvarela@luna.edu

ACCESS Center (Student Services Center)

Director: Renee Maestas
Phone: (505)454-5355
Email: rmaestas@luna.edu
Advisor: Janice Medrano
Phone: (505)454-2546
Email: jmedrano@luna.edu

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