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Electronics, Practical Fundamental
Program Code: 20-620-4

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For people who want to receive a foundation in fundamental electronics; learn practical concepts; and study components, circuit theory, circuit assembly, and the operation of test equipment used for powering and analyzing circuitry.

  • All one-credit courses are offered in a flexible schedule mode which is ideal for working adults.
  • Courses must be completed during eight-week sessions which begin five times per year.
  • Each one-credit course requires approximately four hours of lab attendance per week.
  • The lab instructor is available to answer questions and assist with hands-on experiments.
  • Students may attend any time the lab is open: Monday through Friday daytime hours and Monday through Thursday evening hours.
  • New students must attend a lab orientation. Group orientations are done on the first scheduled day of class at 9:30 a.m. or 6:00 p.m.
  • All courses apply directly to the Electromechanical Technology associate degree, and may apply to related diploma or degree programs.

Other Engineering & Electronic-related Technologies certificates:

  • Automation and Maintenance, Advanced
  • Broadband Cable Installer
  • Building Protection Specialist
  • CAD Management
  • Computer Rendering and Animation
  • ControlLogix PLCs
  • Electronic Communication and Data Cabling
  • Electronics Principles
  • Electronics, Biomedical
  • Energy & Environmental Management
  • Energy Management & Control for Buildings
  • Engineering, Industrial/Manufacturing
  • Environmental Compliance Specialist
  • Industrial Equipment Fundamentals
  • Instrumentation and Process Control
  • Intelligent Interface Design & SCADA
  • Motors and Variable Speed Drives
  • Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)
  • Renewable Energy Engineering Technology
  • Telecommunications Field Service
  • Telecommunications, Advanced

To begin, contact:

John Casey
1825 N. Bluemound Drive
P.O. Box 2277
Appleton, WI 54912-2277
(920) 996-2844

Students must follow the program curriculum in place at the time of enrollment into the program.
If you have questions, contact your advisor.

2014-15 Educational Program