Through a systems approach and in-depth courses, students will study applied technology in the areas of Control Systems, Communications (broadcast, satellite, wireless), Cabling, PLC’s, Alternative Energy (Green) & Power Distribution, Computers & Networks, Design, Amplification, Integrated Circuits, Development & Manufacturing, Industry, Robotics & Automation, and Technical Project Management. In addition, students will gain skills in terminology, electricity & electronics, STEM (Science, Technology, engineering & Mathematics), CAD, instrumentation & test equipment, tool usage, problem solving, project management, and team work.
Through a systems approach and seven in-depth courses, students will study applied technology in the areas of:
In addition, students will gain skills in:
Both a AAS degree and a 4 course certificate (*) in Digital Home Technology Integration (DHTI) will be offered. For additional information, please contact Desmond Campbell, Program Coordinator at (708) 596-2000 x2562.
Contact Desmond Campbell, Program Coordinator
(708) 596-2000 ext. 2562
Main Campus, Room 3425