AAS Degree-Electronics Engineering Technology

Overview

Approved By LWIA: 7
Last Re-Certification Date: 12/17/2019
Next Re-Certification Date: 12/18/2021

Program Description

This 60 credit hour program is designed to prepare students for careers in the field of electronics and other related technology industries. The curriculum satisfies general education requirements and offers courses in mathematics, computer science and physics to cultivate student critical thinking skills. A broad range of electronics courses provides considerable emphasis on analysis and application, or applied technology. Specific electronics engineering technology topics for this program include: electrical laws and principles, network analysis, semiconductor devices, digital and analog circuits, communications systems, industrial control systems utilizing sensors, fluid power and programmable logic controllers, and embedded microcontroller/processor systems. Additional courses in the industrial electronics area are also available. Graduates of this program may find employment as technical sales specialists, applications engineers, engineering lab technicians, technical writers, manufacturing and qualify control technicians, and customer service engineers. Graduates can also continue their education by pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET).

Established in 2004

CIP: 48-0510 Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machinist Technology/CNC Machinist.

Training Program Type

Vocational

Provider Information

Program Contact Info

1200 W. Algonquin Road
Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 758-2372

Associated Job Families and Occupations

Certifying / Licensing / Registering Body

Quality Assurance

  • North Central Association
  • Illinois Community College Board

Education Information

64 Weeks ( 800.00 Hours / 60.00 Credit Hours )

Tuition$8,280.00
Books$1,710.00
Fees$1,908.00
Other Expenses(Materials, Supplies, Tools, Uniforms, etc)$300.00
Total Cost$12,198.00

Financial Aid

Application Procedure

WIOA or Trade program clients may do initial "program exploration" paperwork with Diane Carter-Zubko by calling 847-758-2372 or emailing dcarterz@harpercollege.edu for an appointment. When client's agency approves Harper as training provider, agency sends referral form and Release of Information waiver to Diane Carter-Zubko, who will provide application fee waiver code and refer client for academic advising to create training/cost plan. Continued academic advising is required each semester until program completion. The maximum tuition and fees amount approved for this occupation is $8,000.

Entry Requirements:

  • Math - Per required Compass cut-off scores
  • Reading - Per required Compas cut-off scores
  • Language - Instruction is in English
  • Writing - Per required placement test cut-off scores for ENG 101
  • Other - Advising is required each semester of program

Nondiscrimination, Equal Opportunity, and Disability Provisions Compliance Assurance

  • EEO Compliant: Yes
  • Disability Accomodation: Yes

Program Offerings

  • Full-Time Enrollment
  • Part-Time Enrollment
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Labs
  • Night Classes
  • Day Classes
  • Online/E-Learning Instruction

Performance Data

Program: AAS Degree-Electronics Engineering Technology

Overview

Approved By LWIA: 7
Last Re-Certification Date: 12/17/2019
Next Re-Certification Date: 12/18/2021

Program Description

This 60 credit hour program is designed to prepare students for careers in the field of electronics and other related technology industries. The curriculum satisfies general education requirements and offers courses in mathematics, computer science and physics to cultivate student critical thinking skills. A broad range of electronics courses provides considerable emphasis on analysis and application, or applied technology. Specific electronics engineering technology topics for this program include: electrical laws and principles, network analysis, semiconductor devices, digital and analog circuits, communications systems, industrial control systems utilizing sensors, fluid power and programmable logic controllers, and embedded microcontroller/processor systems. Additional courses in the industrial electronics area are also available. Graduates of this program may find employment as technical sales specialists, applications engineers, engineering lab technicians, technical writers, manufacturing and qualify control technicians, and customer service engineers. Graduates can also continue their education by pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET).

Established in 2004

CIP: 48-0510 Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) Machinist Technology/CNC Machinist.

Provider Information

Program Contact Info

1200 W. Algonquin Road
Palatine, IL 60067
(847) 758-2372

Associated Job Families and Occupations

Certifying / Licensing / Registering Body

Quality Assurance

  • North Central Association
  • Illinois Community College Board

Education Information

64 Weeks ( 800.00 Hours / 60.00 Credit Hours )

Tuition$8,280.00
Books$1,710.00
Fees$1,908.00
Other Expenses(Materials, Supplies, Tools, Uniforms, etc)$300.00
Total Cost$12,198.00

Financial Aid

Application Procedure

WIOA or Trade program clients may do initial "program exploration" paperwork with Diane Carter-Zubko by calling 847-758-2372 or emailing dcarterz@harpercollege.edu for an appointment. When client's agency approves Harper as training provider, agency sends referral form and Release of Information waiver to Diane Carter-Zubko, who will provide application fee waiver code and refer client for academic advising to create training/cost plan. Continued academic advising is required each semester until program completion. The maximum tuition and fees amount approved for this occupation is $8,000.

Entry Requirements:

  • Math - Per required Compass cut-off scores
  • Reading - Per required Compas cut-off scores
  • Language - Instruction is in English
  • Writing - Per required placement test cut-off scores for ENG 101
  • Other - Advising is required each semester of program

Nondiscrimination, Equal Opportunity, and Disability Provisions Compliance Assurance

  • EEO Compliant: Yes
  • Disability Accomodation: Yes

Program Offerings

  • Full-Time Enrollment
  • Part-Time Enrollment
  • Classroom Instruction
  • Labs
  • Night Classes
  • Day Classes
  • Online/E-Learning Instruction