Programs of Study Home | Programs of Study | Electronic Systems Technology Faculty SpotlightDan NickelStudents who excel in program are hands-on learners.More Placement rate is95%Choose from Electronic Systems Technician, Electronic Systems Military or Computers, Automation and Networking Systems focus areas. Placement Placement rate is95%Choose from Electronic Systems Technician, Electronic Systems Military or Computers, Automation and Networking Systems focus areas. Placement Placement rate is95%Choose from Electronic Systems Technician, Electronic Systems Military or Computers, Automation and Networking Systems focus areas. Placement Electronic Systems Technology Featured Videos WelcomePrepare yourself for a variety of career opportunities, including industrial automation systems, both manned and unmanned robotic systems, commercial and personal networking systems, avionics electronics, biomedical, communications and many other commercial electronic systems, as well as non-commercial and personal systems. A degree in Electronic Systems Technology can open a variety of exciting, stable and lifelong career opportunities.You're a Good Fit for this program because . . . OverviewClassroom and laboratory activities are designed to prepare technicians by having many classes with 50 percent theory and 50 percent lab. SCC assumes you have no prior knowledge of electronics. Therefore, all classes are sequenced as building blocks for you to develop the skills necessary to succeed in the program. Students engage in laboratory activities for hands-on learning opportunities to practice and enhance their skills to become electronic technicians. Skills taught to and developed by students include soft skills, troubleshooting, hardware configuration, equipment installation, and programming. As students progress through the program, they will develop skills needed to use analog and digital multimeters, function generators, analog and digital oscilloscopes, frequency counters, RF generators, spectrum analyzers and many other types of equipment to test, configure, design, and repair electronic circuits and equipment. Our staff has many years of experience teaching, along with a diverse skill set in electronic technology. Become part of this excellent hidden career field that society depends upon every day. While certifications are not required, you will be encouraged and given opportunities and assistance to obtain certification in the following while taking classes:iNARTE Certification (without testing)International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET)CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCNA)NCATT Aircraft Electronics TechnicianNetwork +CompTIA A+ Note: SCC staff is working on Solder standards and the certification of all students.MissionThe mission of the Electronic Systems Technology program is to prepare students to install, configure, analyze, test, maintain, and repair consumer electronics, industrial controls, robotics, security systems, communication systems, computer systems, and networks.Employment OutlookOpportunities for long-term employment, consistent working hours, increasing job responsibilities, and great salaries are available to those who enter this ever-changing profession. Technicians are needed in all aspects of the electronic and information technology industry. The electronic industry is constantly changing and expanding into new technologies that require highly skilled technicians to install these systems and keep them going. Recent graduates report an average starting wage of $18.10 per hour.Companies who recently hired program graduates:Archer Daniels MidlandAmericom CommunicationsAurora TechnologyBecton DickinsonBosch Communications/TelexConsolidated Electrical DistributorsDigitech SystemsDuncan AviationEAD ControlsEakes Office PlusEducational Service UnitsEF Johnson TechnologiesElectro-Motive DieselElectronic Contracting Co.Federal Aviation AdministrationGeneral Fire & Safety Equipment Co.Halliburton Energy ServicesHouchen Bindery Ltd.JA Woollam CompanyMolex Inc.Nebraska Prime GroupNebraska Public Power DistrictNovartis Consumer HealthSandhills PublishingSecurity Equipment Inc.Sensory Effects Cereal SystemsShaffer Communications Inc.Siemens Building TechnologiesSingle Source CommunicationsTechnical Maintenance & ServicesTeledyne IscoTenneco AutomotiveTime-Warner CableUnion Pacific RailroadValmont IndustriesStarting TermsFall Quarter (morning classes)Winter Quarter (evening classes)Spring Quarter (afternoon classes) Electronic Systems Technology-AASCurriculumELEC SERVICE GENERAL TECH CORE COURSESTake the following TAKE ALL REQUIRED CORE CLASSES.ELEC-1129 DC ElectronicsELEC-1219 AC ElectronicsELEC-1227 Digital CircuitsELEC-1317 Active DevicesELEC-1362 Electronic DraftingELEC-1422 Analog CircuitsELEC-1432 Power Supply SystemsELEC-1482 Advanced Digital CircuitsELEC-2519 Communications SystemsELEC-2640 Advanced Communications SystemsELEC-2570 System TroubleshootingELEC-2750 Advanced System TroubleshootingELEC-2753 PC Operating Sys/HardwareELEC-2760 Introduction to NetworksELEC-2530 Microprocessor ApplicationsELEC-2735 Advanced Microprocessor ApplicationsACFS-2020 Career DevelopmentELEC-2761 Routing & Switching EssentialsRouting and Switching Essentials (ccna2)ELEC SERVICE MILITARY FOCUS CORE COURSESTake ELEC-2099;ELEC-2099 Military Serv Elect TrainingTake 22.5 credits from "ELEC" courses approved by your advisor.COMP AUTO & NETWORKING FOCUSTAKE ELEC-2755 ELEC-2823 ELEC-2860 ELEC-2861 ELEC-2853 ELEC-2863 ELEC-2883 ELEC-2864;ELEC-2755 Structured Prog for Electronic TechniciaELEC-2823 Network Operating Sys & AdminELEC-2860 Scaling NetworksELEC-2861 Connecting & Securing NetwrksELEC-2853 Fluid Power & RoboticsELEC-2863 Programmable Logic Cont. in Auto. SystemELEC-2883 Robotics & Vision SystemsELEC-2864 Adv Prog Control in Auto SysCOMPUTER COURSE REQUIREMENTSSelect one group:GROUP 1 IS NORMAL FOR MILFORD CAMPUSBSAD-1010 Microsoft Applications IGROUP 2 IS NORMAL FOR LINCOLN CAMPUS STUDENTSINFO-1121 Microsoft Word & PowerPointINFO-1131 Microsoft ExcelTAKE GROUP 3 OR 4 IF CONSIDERING TRANSFER.INFO-1010 Computer LiteracyGENERAL ED REQUIREMENT CORETake SPCH-1090 or SPCH-1110 or SPCH-2810.SPCH-1090 Fund of Human CommunicationsSPCH-1110 Public SpeakingSPCH-2810 Business & Professional CommunTake ENGL-1010 or ENGL-1015.ENGL-1010 Composition IENGL-1015 Composition & LiteratureTake MATH 1050 or higher Knowledge of right angle trigonometry is required.MATH-1080 Algebra & TrigonometryMATH-1100 Intermediate AlgebraMATH-1150 College AlgebraMATH-1180 Elementary StatisticsMATH-1200 TrigonometryMATH-1300 PrecalculusMATH-1400 Applied CalculusMATH-1600 Calc & Analytic Geometry IMATH-1050 Thinking MathematicallyMATH-2030 Contemporary MathematicsTake one course from PHYS-1017, PHYS-1150, PHYS-1410PHYS-1017 Technical PhysicsPHYS-1150 Descriptive Physics (with Lab)PHYS-1410 General Physics I (with Lab)GENERAL ED REQUIREMENTTake one course from the Social Science list under General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduANTH-1020 Intro to Cultural AnthANTH-1120 General AnthropologyECON-1200 Personal FinanceECON-2110 MacroeconomicsECON-2120 MicroeconomicsGEOG-1420 World Regional GeographyHIST-1000 Western Tradition IHIST-1010 Western Tradition IIHIST-1820 Survey of Asian HistoryHIST-2010 Amer Hist I (Early America)HIST-2020 Amer Hist II (Late America)HIST-2100 Survey World Hist to 1500 CEHIST-2110 World History since 1500 CEHIST-2960 Survey of African American HisPOLS-1000 American GovernmentPOLS-1040 Comparative PoliticsPOLS-1600 Introduction to International RelationsPSYC-1250 Interpersonal RelationsPSYC-1810 Introduction to PsychologySOCI-1010 Introduction to SociologySOCI-1020 Diversity in SocietyPOLS-1080 Intro to Political ScienceSOCI-2150 Issues of Unity and DiversityTake one course from the Humanties list under the General Education Requirements in the college catalog found at www.southeast.eduARTS-1010 Intro to Visual Arts (Art Appreciation)ARTS-1050 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IARTS-1060 Intro to Art Hist & Crit IIARTS-2650 Intro to Native America ArtARTS-2750 Women in ArtGERM-1010 Beginning German IHUMS-1100 Introduction to HumanitiesHUMS-1200 Contemporary Arts & IdeasMUSC-1010 Introduction to MusicMUSC-2750 Introduction to American MusicMUSC-2800 World MusicMUSC-2870 History of Rock MusicPHIL-1010 Introduction to PhilosophyPHIL-1060 Applied EthicsPHIL-1150 Intro Logic/Critical ThinkingPHIL-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsRELS-2610 Intro to Comparative ReligionsSIGN-1010 Beginning ASL ISPAN-1010 Beginning Spanish ITHEA-1010 Introduction to TheatreTHEA-1140 Basic ActingRequirementsProgram Requirements & Student ResponsibilitiesAll prospective students are responsible for scheduling an appointment to take the COMPASS test. ACT scores may be accepted. Prospective students will be informed of test scores and will need to contact the registrar.Attain a minimum grade-point average of 2.0 on a scale of 4.0 in program courses to continue.Maintain attendance standards according to college policy.Participate in all learning activities at the scheduled times.Be responsible for program costs: tuition, fees, books and tools.Maintain safety practices provided to you by your instructor.Program GoalsProvide students with adequate technical training and a strong foundation and experience in the areas of information technology applications and processes, consumer electronics, communication, audio/video systems, security systems, computers, networking and telephony systems that will enable them to succeed at entry-level employment in the electronics and information technology industry.Provide an effective training program that meets the employment needs of the electronics and information technology job markets.Provide students with a safe and healthy working environment that is conducive to learning.CostsIt appears your Web browser is not configured to display PDF files. 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