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Bessemer Campus

205.925.2515

F-205.929.3598

1100 Ninth Avenue NW

Bessemer, AL  35022

 

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205.925.2515

F-205.929.6316

3060 Wilson Road, SW

Birmingham, AL  35221

 

 

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Electrical / Electronic Engineering

 

Email - Nancy Wilson - Instructor - 205.929.3451

Email - Hoyt Sanders - Instructor - 205.929.2082

 

 

Electrical /Electronics - SC Electronics - Industrial - LC
Electrical Technology - SC Electronics - Industrial - D
Electrical Industrial - SC MicroElectronics Consortium - SC

 

 

ELECTRICAL /ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING (EET)

MISSION: The mission of the Electrical/Electronic Engineering program is to provide a fundamental background for students interested in pre-engineering with a practical knowledge of electrical and electronic.

Electrical and electronic engineering technicians help design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment. Engineering technicians use the principles and theories of science and engineering to solve technical problems in wiring, construction and development. Many program graduates wire, troubleshoot, and maintain various types of electrical, electronic, or mechanical equipment. They also install and maintain the electronic controls for machines in business and industry. This program consists of a short certificate.

 

ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING

Short Certificate 25 Credit Hours

Note: PSY 100 Orientation and WKO 107 Workplace Skills Preparation are required during the first semester of attendance for all students entering this program.

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

PSY 100

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

1

EET 100

Introduction to Engineering Technologies

3

ETC 101

DC Fundamentals

3

ETC 102

AC Fundamentals

3

Select 14 credit hours from the following courses:

EET 108

Residential Wiring

3

ETC 107

Electrical Blueprint Reading I

3

EET 111

Commercial/Industrial Wiring I

3

EET 154

Residential Wiring Lab

2

EET 226

Cable Splicing and Installation

3

EET 235

National Electrical Code

3

ETC 108

Motor Controls

3


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ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY (ELT)

MISSION: The mission of the Electrical Technology program is to present an organized subject matter and enhance students experiences gained through theory, laboratory and shop work.  Each area is related to planning functions, generating and transmitting electricity, installing and maintaining electrical equipment and components. Instruction emphasizes practical application of mathematics, the science of circuit diagrams and blueprint reading.

Electricity is essential for light power, air-conditioning, and refrigeration. Electricians install, connect, test, and maintain electrical systems for a variety of purposes, including climate control, security, and communications. Electricians generally specialize in construction or maintenance work, although a growing number do both. Electricians specializing in construction primarily install wiring systems into new homes, businesses, and factories, but they also rewire or upgrade existing electrical systems as needed. This program consists of one short certificate.

 

ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY

Short Certificate 29 Credit Hours

Note: PSY 100 Orientation and WKO 107 Workplace Skills Preparation are required during the first semester of attendance for all students entering this program.

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

PSY 100

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

1

ELT 108

DC Fundamentals

3

ELT 109

AC Fundamentals

3

ELT 116

Residential Wiring

6

ELT 118

Commercial/Industrial Wiring I

3

ELT 244

Conduit Bending and Installation

3

Select three credit hours from the following courses:

ELT 110

Wiring Methods

3

ELT 117

AC/DC Machines

3

ELT 206

OSHA Safety Standards

3

ELT 209

Motor Controls I

3

ELT 217

Transformers

3

ELT 225

Smart House Wiring

3

EET 226

Cable Splicing and Installation

3

EET 235

National Electrical Code

3


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ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL

(ILT)

MISSION: The mission of the Industrial Electronics program is to prepare students for employment and advancement in robotics, industrial electronics, automated manufacturing or industrial systems. Additionally, the program provides training for local industries and assists students in achieving their personal and professional goals.

Automated manufacturing is one of the fastest growing industries in the southeast. In Alabama the automobile and parts manufacturing industry drives the states economy.  Companies producing intermediate components and finished goods locate near each other in industrial parks, because of easier access to recent manufacturing innovations and just in time inventory for the automotive industry. Todays manufacturers use automated manufacturing processes which include sensors, programmable capabilities, robotics, hydraulics, and pneumatics. The Industrial Electronics program is unique because graduates are prepared to install and maintain automated manufacturing lines or work as team assemblers.

 

For students interested in courses beyond an Associate Degree, the college offers an Advanced Certificate in Microelectronics.  The certificate is designed to focus the expertise of the graduate toward a career in semiconductor manufacturing.

 

This program consists of one short certificate, one certificate, one A.A.S. degree and one advanced short certificate in Microelectronics.

ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL

Short Certificate 28 Credit Hours

Note: PSY 100 Orientation and WKO 107 Workplace Skills Preparation are required during the first semester of attendance for all students entering this program.

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

PSY 100

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

 

EET 100

Introduction to Engineering Technologies

1

ETC 101

DC Fundamentals

3

ETC 102

AC Fundamentals

3

ATM 205

Intro to Automated Manufacturing

4

ATM 212

Introductory Robotics

4

ATM 281

Process Control: Special Topic

3

Select 6 credit hours from the following courses:

ATM 181

Manufact. Technology: Special Topic

3

DDT 117

Manufacturing Processes

3

ILT 194

Programmable Logic Controllers I

3

ILT 195

Troubleshooting Techniques I

3

ILT 196

Programmable Logic Controllers II

3

INT 118

Fundamentals of Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

MTT 218

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

3

 

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ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL

Certificate 60 Credit Hours

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

General Studies Courses

12

Composition

3

Select one of the following courses:

COM 100

Career Technical English

 

ENG 101 *

English Composition I

 

Computers

3

CIS 146

Microcomputer Applications*

 

Mathematics

3

MAH 101

Introductory Technical Math I

 

MTH 100

Intermediate College Algebra*

 

MTH 112

Pre-Calculus Algebra*

 

Communications

3

Select one of the following courses:

SPC 103

Career Technical Speaking

 

SPH 107 Fundamentals of Public Speaking*

Fundamentals of Public Speaking*

 

*Approved for the A.A.S. degree

Pre-Professional Courses

3

PSY 100 1

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

1

BSS 220

Professional Transition

1

Major Courses

45

EET 100

Introduction to Engineering Technologies

3

ETC 101

DC Fundamentals

3

ETC 102

AC Fundamentals

3

ETC 107

Electrical Blueprint Reading

3

ETC 120

Concepts of Solid State

5

ETC 127

Concepts of Digital Electronics

5

Select 23 credit hours from the following courses:

ATM 181

Manufact. Technology: Special Topic

3

ATM 205

Intro to Automated Manufacturing

4

ATM 212

Introductory Robotics

4

ATM 281

Process Control: Special Topic

3

DDT 117

Manufacturing Processes

3

ILT 195

Troubleshooting Techniques I

3

ILT 201

Industrial Electronics

3

ILT 202

Industrial Electronics Lab

2

ILT 271

Independent Study: EROE

2

INT 118

Fundamentals of Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

MTT 218

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

3


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ELECTRONICS INDUSTRIAL

Associate in Applied Science Degree 76 Credit Hours

Note: PSY 100 Orientation and WKO 107 Workplace Skills Preparation are required during the first semester of attendance for all students entering this program.

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

General Education Courses

24

Area I Written Composition

3

ENG 101

English Composition I

 

Area II Humanities & Fine Arts

6

SPH 107

Fundamentals of Public Speaking

 

Humanities and Fine Arts Course

Area III Natural Science & Mathematics

12

Two 1-hour PED activity courses

2

Natural Science Course

4

CIS 146

Microcomputer Applications

3

MTH 100

Intermediate College Algebra

3

Area IV History, Social, & Behavioral Sciences

3

History, Social, or Behavioral Science Course

Pre-Professional Courses

5

PSY 100

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

1

RDG 114

Critical Reading for College

2

BSS 220

Professional Transition

1

Area V Major Courses

47

EET 100

Introduction to Engineering Technologies

3

ETC 101

DC Fundamentals

3

ETC 102

AC Fundamentals

3

ETC 107

Electrical Blueprint Reading

3

ETC 108

Motor Controls I

3

ETC 120

Concepts of Solid State

5

ETC 127

Concepts of Digital Electronics

5

ETC 128

Concepts of Electronic Circuits

5

ILT 195

Troubleshooting Techniques I

3

ILT 201

Industrial Electronics

3

ILT 202

Industrial Electronics Lab

2

Select 9 credit hours from the following courses:

ATM 181

Manufacturing Technology: Special Topic

3

ATM 205

Intro to Automated Manufacturing

4

ATM 212

Introductory Robotics

4

ATM 281

Process Control: Special Topic

3

DDT 117

Manufacturing Processes

3

ILT 194

Programmable Logic Controllers I

3

ILT 196

Programmable Logic Controllers II

3

ILT 271

Independent Study: EROE

2

ILT 293

Work Experience

3

INT 118

Fundamentals of Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

MTT 218

Computer Integrated Manufacturing

3


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MICROELECTRONICS CONSORTIUM (ITS)

Advanced Short Certificate 23 Credit Hours

This program consists of an advanced short certificate.

Note: PSY 100 Orientation and WKO 107 Workplace Skills Preparation are required during the first semester of attendance for all students entering this program.

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

COURSE NUMBER

PSY 100

Orientation

1

WKO 107

Workplace Skills Preparation

1

ILT 181

Special Topics: PLC II

3

ILT 194

Programmable Logic Controllers I

3

INT 118

Fundamentals of Industrial Hydraulics and Pneumatics

3

ITS 250

Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech.

3

ITS 251

Semiconductor Manufacturing Tech. II

3

ITS 255

Vacuum/RF Principles

3

ITS 259

Electro-Mechanical Systems

3


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