Industrial Electronics Technology

MATH 1110 Technical Math
A study of algebra, right triangle trigonometry, coordinate systems, and numerical computations.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

ETRN 1120 Fundamentals of Direct Current Circuits
An introduction to the concepts of DC electricity including Ohm's Law.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1140 Comprehensive DC Circuits
Advanced study of DC electronics to include series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel circuits, bridge circuits, voltage dividers and the principle of magnetism.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1121

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 105

ETRN 1130 Fundamentals of Alternating Current Circuits
An introduction to the concepts of inductance, inductive reactance, capacitance, capacitive reactance, and reactive circuits; time constants; alternating current terms and principles; transformers; calculation of AC circuit values; identification of principles of motors and generators. Construction and troubleshooting are also included.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1120

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1150 Comprehensive AC Circuits
Advanced study of AC electronics to include capacitance, capacitive circuits, RC and RL series and parallel circuits, RLC series and parallel circuits, measurement of AC power, motors and generators.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1131

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 105

CPTR 1000 Introduction To Computers
An introductory study of computer system components, operating system environments.  Internet concepts, and security issues. Includes a hands-on study emphasizing computer hardware and various operating systems features.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

CISX 1000 Introduction To Information Systems
A study of computer concepts, terminology, components, equipment, and career opportunities.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 45

ETRN 1210 Fundamentals of Semiconductors
An introduction to solid-state devices, diodes, transistors, special purpose diode thyristors, FET devices, VDRs, and optical devices.  Includes testing, analyzing, troubleshooting, and repairing using technical manuals.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1120 and 1130

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1220 Transistor Circuits
This course covers half-wave, full-wave and bridge rectifier circuits. Also covers regulated and switched power supplies, amplifier fundamentals, and the theory of oscillation. Includes component testing and analyzing.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1120, 1130, and 1210

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1260 Comprehensive Transistor Circuits
PREREQUISITES: None
Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1230 Digital Circuits 1
An introduction to numbering systems, logic gates, digital integrated circuits, Boolean logic operations.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1120, 1130, and 1210

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ETRN 1240 Digital Circuits 2
Covers flip-flops, counters, registers, combinational/sequential logic, encoders, decoders, display devices, digital to analog conversion, analog to digital conversion, multiplexers, and demultiplexers. Includes construction, troubleshooting, and repair of circuits white demonstrating safety procedures.
PREREQUISITES: ETRN 1120, 1130, 1140, 1150, 1210, 1220, and 1230

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

JOBS 2450 Job Seeking Skills
This course is required of all Technical Diploma and Associate Degree students and should be taken during their last semester of enrollment prior to completion of diploma/degree requirements. 
This course assists students in making immediate and future decisions concerning job choices and educational growth by compiling résumés, evaluating job offers, and outlining information essential to finding, applying for, and terminating a job. It also includes personal/career assessments including foundational Work Keys assessments, application for the Louisiana Work Ready! (National Career Ready) Certificate.
The completion of a student career presentation portfolio to minimum specifications will be a requirement for course completion.
PREREQUISITES: ORNT 1000

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 30

ETRN 2110 Introduction To Programmable Controllers
Practical applications of installing, testing, calibrating, and programming programmable controllers.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

ETRN 2130 Telecommunications
This course introduces the students to telephone, cellular, paging systems, modems, optical electronics, infrared fiber optics, and laser systems.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

ENGL 1015 English Composition 1
The study of the basic rhetorical modes of English composition with emphasis on prewriting, writing, and revising techniques utilizing correct English grammar, usage, and punctuation. 
PREREQUISITES: English score of at least 20 on the Enhanced ACT, successful completion of Developmental English, or permission of the campus CAO.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

MATH 1015 College Algebra
Linear and quadratic equations and inequalities, radical and rational equations, complex numbers, graphing, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial equations, systems of linear equations and inequalities.
PREREQUISITES: Math score of at least 21 on the Enhanced ACT, successful completion of Developmental Math, or permission of the campus CAO.

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

PSYC 2015 Introduction to Psychology
An overview of psychology designed to expose students to the major theories, research practices, and applied areas of psychology.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

PHSC 1015 Physical Science 1
Introductory study of topics in physical science including motion, energy, temperature, light and sound, electricity, and atomic structure.
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

SPCH 1015 Introduction To Public Speaking
Designed to teach students basic public presentation principles and skills. Students complete one speech each of personal introduction, information, persuasion, demonstration, and special occasion (influential person).
PREREQUISITES: NONE

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

ETRN 1250 Digital Electronics (Microprocessors)
PREREQUISITES: None
Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 3 Total Credit Hours 4 Clock Hours 105

ETRN 2120 Communications Principles and Systems
The students will be introduced to the equipment, terms, and systems used in communication; RF amplifiers, amplitude, phase, and frequency modulation; transmitter and receivers; transmission lines and antennas; and radar principles.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

ETRN 2140 Computer Systems and Interfacing
A course designed to introduce the students to computer system components, programming, peripheral interface adapters (PIA), and registers.  The students will also assemble a CPU with support components to form a computer.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

IDEL 2520 Video Principles and Systems
The course is an overview of the most popular and widely used electronic products ever conceived and developed: television, monitors, DBS.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

IDEL 2720 Motors and Generators
The course covers the principles of AC/DC motors and generators; single-phase, three-phase Delta and Wye connections; motor starters, and protection devices per National Electrical Code.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ELTR 2800 Electronic Troubleshooting 1
The course will give students an understanding of basic electronic equipment troubleshooting techniques.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

ELEC 2700 Generators and Transformers
PREREQUISITES: None
Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credit Hours 2 Clock Hours 90

ELEC 2600 Motor Controls and Interlocks
This course covers concepts of motor controls, motor control circuitry, and troubleshooting and repairing/replacing motor control circuitry.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 90

CPTR 2710 Introduction To Networking
The course will give students an understanding of input devices, output devices, methods of digital communications, data transmissions, and transmission equipment.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

IDEL 2620 Introduction To Robotics
The course includes the fundamentals of robotics, basic programming, and operation of robots.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

COMM 2710 Microwave Communications
A course that introduces the student to Point-to-Point Microwave Communication and Analog and Digital Microwave Communication Systems. Also includes point-to-point antenna systems, multiplexing, digital communication fundamentals, digital communication systems, and digital modulation and testing.
PREREQUISITES: none

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

IDEL 2710 Computer Peripherals
The course will give students an understanding of input devices, output
devices, methods of digital communications, data transmissions, and transmission equipment.
PREREQUISITES: Have completed to the Basic Electronics Technician level.

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 150

CPTR 2830 Voice and Data Cabling
The course focuses on cabling issues related to data and voice connections and provides an understanding of the industry and its worldwide standards, types of media and cabling, physical and logical networks, as well as signal transmission. Students will develop skills in reading network designs, part list set up and purchase, pulling and mounting cable, cable management, choosing wiring closets and patch panel installation, and termination as well as installing jacks and cable testing.
PREREQUISITES: none

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

ELTR 2840 Electronic Troubleshooting 2
PREREQUISITES: None
Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 75

COMP 1100 Computer Maintenance1
Students learn to handle, store, protect, backup, recover, evaluate, and maintain software; utilize equipment, schematics, diagnostics, error codes, and safety in troubleshooting and repairing computers, power supplies, and UPSs.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

COMP 1101 Computer Maintenance Lab 1
This course will provide students with additional experience in installing, configuring, troubleshooting and problem resolution of IBM compatibles and peripherals.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in COMP 1100

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

COMP 1110 Computer Maintenance 2
Advanced course in troubleshooting and resolving customer computer problems. Prepares students for A+ Certification Exam.
PREREQUISITES: COMP 1100

Lecture Hours 1 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 75

COMP 1111 Computer Maintenance Lab 2
This course will provide students with additional experience in installing, configuring, troubleshooting and problem resolution of IBM compatibles and peripherals.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in COMP 1110

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

COMP 2730 Advanced Networking
Students will understand the operation of multiplexers and demultiplexers, different switching methods, modern operation and methods of signal modulation, fast Ethernet technology, application of firewall, and router and bridge technology. Students will be receiving hands-on training.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 2 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 4 Clock Hours 90

INST 2810 Advanced Programmable Logic Controls
An advanced programmable logic control course that covers the programming, testing, and troubleshooting of specific programmable logic control (PLC) applications.
PREREQUISITES: None

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 90

CSRV 1000 Customer Service
This course is intended to help participants' progress from learning about themselves, to learning how to relate to their internal customers as well as their external customers in the workplace.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

CSRV 2000 Customer Service
The assessment to earn sales certification measures and validates
knowledge in the following areas: prepares for selling, gains customer commitment and closes the sale,
develops and implements sales and follow-up plan. The interactive curriculum is built upon the national
sales standards. Upon completion of the course students will be eligible to schedule the NRF National
Professional Certification in Sales. Successful candidates prove their demonstration of knowledge and
skills important to successful employment in sales and service centers and will receive a certification
and a pin. These credentials are portable from state to state since this is a national certification. 
PREREQUISITES: Customer Service 1000

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 45

ENTP 1000 Fundamentals Of Entrepreneurship
This course is an introduction to the entrepreneurial process and the skills needed to plan, organize, manage, operate and finance a small business.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credit Hours 3 Clock Hours 45

IDEL 2991 Special Projects 1
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 1 Total Credits 1 Clock Hours 30

IDEL 2993 Special Projects 2
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 2 Total Credits 2 Clock Hours 60

IDEL 2995 Special Projects 3
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 90

IDEL 2996 Special Projects 4
A course designed for the student who has demonstrated specific special needs.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 45

IDEL 2997 Practicum
A Practicum provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's education objectives. Students participating in Practicum do not receive compensation.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135

IDEL 2999 Cooperative Education
Cooperative Education provides supervised on-the-job work experience related to the student's educational objectives.  Students participating in Cooperative Education receive compensation for their work.
PREREQUISITES: Consent of instructor

Lecture Hours 0 Lab Hours 3 Total Credits 3 Clock Hours 135