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Course Information and Descriptions
EET 213
Introduction to Digital Electronics (3-2)
4 Hours
This course covers the principles of operation, performance, and
design of digital circuits and digital instrumentation. Number systems
including binary; Boolean algebra and the application to digital logic;
digital logic circuits; digital logic application to electronic
instrumentation; basic Hardware Description Language (VHDL) and
lab work with modern digital design tools will be covered.
Prerequisite: EET 115 (C or better) and Basic Algebra Readiness
Recommended: MTH 122 or equivalent
Course fee
EET 216
Microprocessors I (3-2)
4 Hours
Introductory course in microprocessors dealing with hardware and
software. The Pic micro controller will be used as the target
processor. Hardware configuration including CPU, Memory, I/O, and
Assembly language programming with the PIC 16F84 instruction set
will be studied. This course also provides a means to learn about
embedded Microcontroller-based programming techniques through
the use of Microchip integrated MPLAB environment.
Prerequisite: EET 213 AND MCS 141 or CIT 134 or consent of
Course fee
EET 230
Electrical Machinery (2-3)
3 Hours
Principles of design and construction of many types of motors and
generators including servos, synchros, motor and generator control
circuits, and industrial application. Course oriented to
troubleshooting and repair techniques.
Note: ELC 114 is recommended.
Prerequisite: EET 170, EET 174 or ELC 172
Course fee
Electrical Technology (ELC)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
ELC 113
Basic Instrumentation
and Shop Practice (1-2)
2 Hours
An introduction to electronic measurements, repair and construction
techniques and the identification and testing of electronic components.
Note: Recommended preparation concurrent enrollment in EET 170
and ELC 172 or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELC 114
Motor and Machine Controls (2-3)
3 Hours
Describes control circuits and components used in industry with
particular attention to motor controls. Material includes controller
characteristics and applications.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170 and ELC 172 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELC 171
Programmable Logic Controllers (2-2)
3 Hours
In this course, students will learn what a Programmable Logic
Controller is, how a PLC works, and how to install a PLC in an
automated system. Students will also learn the basics of
programming a PLC using a relay ladder logic and Boolean
functions. Troubleshooting systems with PLC’s will also be studied.
Note: Recommended preparation ELT 170 and ELC 172 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
Applied AC Circuit Theory (1.5-1)
2 Hours
ELC 172
Fundamentals of AC circuit theory and application. Includes topics
of capacitance, inductance, time constants, reactance, RLC AC
circuits, transformers, relays, filters and mathematics as required.
ELC 172 is a continuation of EET 170 for the Electrical/Electronic
Maintenance Certificate.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170 and MTH 114 or MTH
117 or equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELC 215
Power Transmission and Distribution (3-3) 4 Hours
Methods of generating, controlling transmitting, and distributing
electrical power and utilization of electrical power by industry.
Note: Recommended preparation EET 170 and ELC 172 or
equivalent knowledge.
Course fee
ELC 271
Advanced Programmable Controls (2-3)
3 Hours
This course will address application and interfacing aspects of
programmable control not covered in the introductory course ELC
171. Topics included in this course cover information on data
acquisition and data file manipulation, analog to digital and digital to
analog interfacing, networking of PLC’s, and touch panel interface
Prerequisite: ELC 171 or Instructor Consent
ELC 276
Electrical Industrial Safety (2-0)
2 Hours
This course provides a study of the safety practices and procedures
that are required in the electrical industry. The nature of electrical
work places electricians in potentially harmful situations on a regular
basis. Electricians must be aware of the proper safety precautions in
order to avoid accidents which could lead to injury or even death.
This course will include safety related to electrical shock, safety
requirements in the use of power tools, safety in the working
Electrician Apprenticeship (EAP)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
EAP 111
Electrician Apprenticeship
Work Experience I (0-4)
2 Hours
This course provides a planned educational experience in the
Electricians Apprenticeship program by placing the student in a
supervised educational work experience. Specific learning objectives
agreed upon by the student and the students work supervisor shall be
accomplished through “on the job” experience and training.
This course is the first of a series of five work-based learning
(apprenticeship) courses to be completed. The student will complete
an EAP course in each of the five years of the apprenticeship.
Note: Requirements: Admission into the Local IBEW 150
Apprenticeship Program. Job placement with a registered
journeyman electrician