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Course Information and Descriptions
EAP 112
Electrician Apprenticeship
2 Hours
Work Experience II (0-4)
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 second in 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
EAP 113
Electrician Apprenticeship
Work Experience III (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 third in 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
EAP 114
Electrician Apprenticeship
Work Experience IV (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 fourth in 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
EAP 115
Electrician Apprenticeship
Work Experience V (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 fifth in 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
256
Electronic Information
Technology (EIT)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
EIT 110
Topics in Mathematics for Computer
and Electronics Technicians (3-0)
3 Hours
Mathematics topics are studied which have direct application in the
fields in electronics and computer technology. Topics include
mathematics concepts required to understand and analyze electronics
and computer problems.
EIT 111
Digital and Network Fundamentals (3-2)
4 Hours
This is an introductory course in digital electronic concepts and
networking fundamentals. The course will introduce basic Boolean
Algebra including masking concepts. LAN network fundamentals
will be studied including peer to peer networks using TCP/IP
protocols and Ethernet media. Laboratories will include experiments
in logic and small networks and peer to peer networks will be
implemented.
Note: Completion of EET 170 is recommended, not required.
Course fee
EIT 116
Fiber Optic Fundamentals (2.5-1)
3 Hours
This course is an introduction to the theory and application of fiber
optics as a means of data transmission. This course will cover fiber
optic cabling, connectors, splices and tools, power budgets, fiber
optic design, installation and testing, and broadband applications.
Students completing the course will have a solid foundation in fiber
optic networking and will also be prepared to attempt industry
supported examinations allowing them to become Certified Fiber
Optic Technicians.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness AND Basic
Algebra Readiness
EIT 210
Data and Network Communications (3-2) 4 Hours
This course will deal with the fundamental of data communications
in network environments. Baseband transmission as well as encoded
data transfer methods will be studied. Protocols will be investigated
in detail including Ethernet and Sonet at the data transmission level.
Frequency spectrum and bandwidth issues will be studied. Routers
and routing will be introduced. Laboratories will deal with
communication hardware and network interconnections.
Note: Completion of EIT 111 is recommended, not required.
Course fee
EIT 230
Secure Wireless Networking (2-2)
3 Hours
This course will cover the basics of planning and implementing a
wireless network, with special focus on using adequate data security
techniques. Gateway security, including building gateways and
firewalls, and authentication and encryption methods for wireless
networks will be explored.
Note: Completion of EIT 111 and ELC 172 are recommended, not
required.
Course fee