Upon completion of this EET program, the students will understand the basic electronic components, DC/AC circuits and theorems, concepts, fundamentals and operations of electronic (analog/digital) circuits and devices. Students will also be able to conduct electronic experiments; operate, test, and measure with equipment; and troubleshoot and repair printed circuit boards and other electronics.
Electronics Engineering Assistant, ICT
Equipment Maintenance Technicians,
and Field Service Engineers.
Basic Computer Applications
Detailed presentation of microcomputer hardware and software as well as the Windows operating system and environment. Creating simple documents using word processing software and how to effectively use the internet and write email.
Introduces students to assembly procedures including electronic component identification and handling; color code, alphanumeric code and EIA code reading; prep and PCB loading techniques; THT and SMT soldering and de-soldering techniques; and wiring and harnessing techniques.
Intro to EET and Math Review
Introduces students to the EET program structure, history of electronics, electronics technician profession and the electronics industry. They will review electronic materials and how to use scientific calculators.
Electronic Technician Part 1: ANALOG
Introduces basic concepts, theories, and fundamentals of electric and magnetic fields; basic electronic components and applications; analyzing and solving DC and AC circuit problems using electronic theorems and laws; and various types of basic analog circuits and devices.
Electronic Technician Part 2: DIGITAL
Students study basic digital circuits and system; introduction of binary, octal, hexadecimal, decimal number systems; Boolean expressions; understanding the principles of digital circuit operations and integrations including integrated circuit logic gates, sequential circuits (Flip-Flops, etc.), and various types of other digital circuits and devices.
Electronic Technician Part 3: ADVANCED CIRCUIT APPLICATIONS
Introduction to some complex, electronic circuits and systems (linear and switching, communication circuits, etc.)
Students will perform electronic labs, use CircuitMaker (simulator), and learn to troubleshoot techniques.
Mon-Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat: 9am - 1pm
3233 De la Cruz Blvd, Unit #F
Santa Clara, CA 95054