The following student learning outcomes are currently under review.
1. Students will demonstrate the use of Ohm’s Law to mathematically evaluate basic AC, DC, and Digital electronic circuits and to solve for Current (I), Voltage (E), Impedance (Z), and Power (W). (TAC/ABET a.)
2. Students will be able to identify, formulate, and solve applied science problems by designing electronic circuits such as amplifiers, oscillators, filters and power supplies using resistors, capacitors, inductors, transistors, diodes, and operational amplifiers. (TAC/ABET c.)
3. Students will be able to successfully set up and use the following test equipment: Multi-Meters, Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Transmission Impairment Measurement Sets, Current Tracers, Logic Pulsers, and Power Supplies. (TAC/ABET b. and i.)
4. Students will be able to setup a small Ethernet network using hubs, bridges, and switches and to configure the attached workstations using various operating systems. (TAC/ABET d. and i.)
5. Students will be able to will use small tools, such as wire punch down tools, wire strippers, wire crimpers, and soldering irons correctly to build and repair electronic equipment. (TAC/ABET i.)