One certificate options, one Associate of Applied Science degrees, one Associate of Technology degrees, and one Bachelor of Applied Technology degrees are available to the student. An optional 14-16 week internship is available to selected students as industrial demand allows.
Integrated Circuit Design
The following courses are required for a certificate:
EMDR 100 Academic Skill Development I 8 cr EMDR 101 Academic Skill Development II 8 cr EMDR 112 Math I 3 cr EMDR 117 Math II 3 cr EMDR 280 MOS Design Theory I 3 cr EMDR 281 MOS Design Laboratory I 5 cr EMDR 284 MOS Design Theory II 3 cr EMDR 285 MOS Design Laboratory II 5 cr TOTAL: 38 crAssociate of Applied Science Degree in Electro-mechanical Drafting Technology
The following courses are required for an Associate of Applied Science degree:
EMDR 100 Academic Skill Development I 8 cr EMDR 101 Academic Skill Development II 8 cr EMDR 112 Math I 3 cr EMDR 114 Drafting Theory I 2 cr EMDR 115 Drafting Laboratory I 4 cr EMDR 117 Math II 3 cr EMDR 119 Drafting Theory II 2 cr EMDR 120 Drafting Laboratory II 4 cr EMDR 144 Mechanical Drafting Theory I 2 cr EMDR 145 Mechanical Drafting Laboratory I 4 cr EMDR 174 Hardwiring Theory I 2 cr EMDR 175 Hardwiring Laboratory I 4 cr EMDR 242 Trigonometry 3 cr EMDR 247 Strength of Materials 3 cr EMDR 248 Mechanical Drafting Theory II 2 cr EMDR 249 Mechanical Drafting Laboratory II 4 cr EMDR 268 Mechanical Drafting Theory III 2 cr EMDR 269 Mechanical Drafting Laboratory III 4 cr EMDR 276 Hardwiring Theory II 2 cr EMDR 277 Hardwiring Laboratory II 4 cr EMDR 278 Printed Circuit Theory 2 cr EMDR 279 Printed Circuit Laboratory 4 cr RELT 101 Applied Communications I 2 cr RELT 102 Applied Communications II 2 cr RELT 201 Applied Communications III 2 cr RELT 202 Applied Business Economics 2 cr RELT 206 Occupational Job Search 2 cr RELT 207 Occupational/Human Relations 2 cr TOTAL: 88 crProgram Policy: Coursework and delivery design.
Math, lab theory, and technical support courses are interrelated and must be taken concurrently during each session. Quantity as well as quality of completed work is a basic requirment for Electromechanical Drafting. Math and theory courses are applied in the drafting lab assignments. Because of this design, students will not be permitted to take technical nor technical support courses independent of each other.
The courses listed above will be taught in sequential blocks of instruction. If the student fails a theory or lab course, then that course must be repeated and a passing grade obtained before the student can advance in the program. If the student fails a math class, they must exit the program and make up their math deficiency. Then at the next available opening the student will be allowed to reenter the program, repeat the math course and progress in the program.