ELEC.AS Student Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation, students in the Electrical Engineering Technology Program will be able to demonstrate.
- Competence in the knowledge, skills, techniques, and tools of the electrical engineering technologist discipline including: PLCs wiring & programming, HMI devices, sensors and electro-mechanical devices & equipment; computer software for programming, simulation, documentation & analysis (e.g. PLCs, Robotics, MS Office); fluid power technology components & systems; solid-state/analog/digital electronics; microprocessor applications; electrical/electronic schematic, ladder & fluid power diagrams; DMMs, oscilloscopes and basic hand & power tools.
- An ability to work safely & proficiently in the maintenance, design and application of electrical/electronic/electro-mechanical systems, components or processes in the fields of automation, control, robotics and power distribution.
- Ability to function alone, take individual initiative, or work effectively as a member of a team.
- Ability to analyze a task, document the problem & solution, and communicate effectively.
- A commitment to life-long learning and improvement.
- A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement with a LEAN/6Sigma mindset.
EROB.COC Student Learning Outcomes
The one-year Electrical/Robotics Technology Certificate of Completion consists of the technical content of the first year of the Electrical Engineering Technology A.S. program.
Upon graduation from the one year Electrical/Robotics Technology Certificate program, the student is expected to be able to demonstrate.
- Competence in the knowledge, skills, techniques, and tools of the electrical engineering technologist discipline including PLC fundamentals, sensors, and electro-mechanical devices & equipment; computer software for programming, simulation, documentation (e.g. PLCs, Robotics, MS Office); pneumatic & hydraulic technology components; robotic fundamentals; electrical schematic, ladder & fluid power diagrams; functional familiarity with DMMs, oscilloscopes and basic hand tools.
- An ability to work safely in the maintenance and application of electrical/electro-mechanical systems, components, or processes in the fields of automation, control, robotics, and power distribution.
- An ability to function safely and effectively individually and as a team.
- An ability to identify, analyze and solve rudimentary electrical/electro-mechanical technical problems.
- An ability to speak and listen effectively in a technical environment.