Electronic Systems Technology Courses

Electronic Systems Technology


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ESYS 50 - Introduction to Electronic Systems Technology
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will describe and analyze the operation of basic electronic circuits using appropriate electronic terminology, theory, and mathematical relationships.
  2. The student will use test and measurement equipment to perform basic voltage, current, resistance, and timing measurements on electronic circuits.


ESYS 51 - Fabrication Techniques for Electronic Systems Technology
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will use standard software applications to document the construction and assembly of an electronic system.
  2. The student will use standard tools to perform soldering, assembly, and fabrication tasks on electronic assemblies and systems.


ESYS 52 - Electronic Systems Measurement and Troubleshooting
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will connect and configure a mixed-signal oscilloscope to measure complex analog and digital signals.
  2. The student will identify and/or describe circuit and equipment elements and specifications that are relevant to performing accurate measurements.


ESYS 54 - Analog Circuits and Semiconductor Devices
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will identify op-amp circuit configurations and calculate gain and impedances for the circuit.
  2. The student will identify the terminals and basic internal construction of MOSFET transistors, and describe the operation of MOSFET switching and amplifier circuits.


ESYS 55A - Microcontroller Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will interpret manufacturers' data sheets and reference documentation and apply principles of digital and microcontroller systems to describe the operation of a given microcontroller system.
  2. The student will use standard test equipment, system documentation, and software program listings to measure and verify timing, inputs, and outputs of a given basic microcontroller system.


ESYS 55B - Digital Logic Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will identify basic digital logic elements and analyze the operation of digital logic circuits in simulations and FPGA implementations.
  2. The student will use standard test equipment, system documentation, logic diagrams, and VHDL listings to measure and verify timing, inputs, and outputs of a given basic logic circuit implemented in an FPGA.


ESYS 56A - Electronic Power Systems I
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will describe the major components, operating parameters, benefits, and challenges of alternative energy systems.
  2. The student will measure and calculate output power and efficiency of a power supply system.


ESYS 56B - Electronic Power Systems II
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will identify, compare, and contrast the configuration and operation of buck, boost, and buck-boost switch-mode power supplies.
  2. The student will measure, identify characteristic waveforms, and troubleshoot a switch-mode power supply.


ESYS 57A - Process Control Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will describe the functions and operations of a process control system at the block level.
  2. The student will implement and troubleshoot a basic functional control system using ladder-logic programming.


ESYS 57B - PLC and Robotic System Components
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will measure inputs and outputs, identify logic states during operation, and troubleshoot a PLC-controlled system.
  2. The student will measure, evaluate, and optimize the open- and closed-loop response of a PID control system.


ESYS 57C - Electrical Motors and Control Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will compare and contrast DC, stepper, and AC motors and their associated control systems.
  2. The student will configure, operate, and troubleshoot DC, stepper, and AC motor systems.


ESYS 57D - Industrial Networks and Internet of Things
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. ESYS 57D SLO 1: The student will compare and contrast the wireless protocols for IoT industrial sensors.
  2. ESYS 57D SLO 2: The student will configure, and troubleshoot as needed, multiple IoT sensors and demonstrate data collection.


ESYS 58 - Wireless Communication Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. Describe modulation techniques used in electronic communication.
  2. Use standard test equipment to troubleshoot and apply software tools in the analysis and design of communication circuits.


ESYS 60 - Electronic Systems Analysis
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will analyze MOSFET and BJT class-A amplifier circuits to determine DC biasing, AC voltages, and amplifier gain.
  2. The student will analyze RC, RL and RCL circuits to determine impedances, voltages, currents, and frequency response.


ESYS 61 - Electronic Systems Project Management
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will evaluate the effectiveness of working in a team.
  2. The student will plan, construct, document, track, and report a prototype electronics project in a team environment.


ESYS 62 - Internet of Things: Home Technology Systems
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will configure and troubleshoot, as needed, typical home technology systems.
  2. The student will describe the operation and configuration procedures for typical home technology systems.
  3. The student will install, configure, troubleshoot, and operate a home theatre system and a home security and surveillance system.
  4. The student will produce a configuration and operation manual for a home theater system and a home security and surveillance system.


ESYS 63A - IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software I
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will identify the fundamental principles, components, and procedures for servicing and maintaining Personal Computer Systems, as identified by the Comp-TIA A+ certification competencies.
  2. The student will install, perform fundamental configuration tasks, and demonstrate basic troubleshooting on the hardware and software of a Personal Computer System.


ESYS 63B - IT Essentials: PC Hardware and Software II
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will identify the advanced principles, components, and procedures for servicing and maintaining Personal Computer Systems, as identified by the Comp-TIA A+ certification competencies.
  2. The student will update, perform advanced configuration tasks, and demonstrate advanced troubleshooting on the hardware and software of a Personal Computer System.


ESYS 70 - Bridge to Electronic Systems Technology
Student Learning Outcomes (SLO)
  1. The student will describe the operation of basic electronic circuits using appropriate electronic terminology, theory, and mathematical relationships.
  2. The student will solve basic electronic equations using a scientific calculator.
  3. The student will use test and measurement equipment to perform basic voltage, current, and resistance measurements on electronic circuits.