The Electronics Servicing certificate program prepares individuals for entry-level employment in the servicing functions of consumer electronics, primarily radio and television. The prospective student to this curriculum should have a marked interest in electronic servicing. The curriculum is very practical and utilizes the basic radio and television receiver as a vehicle of learning.
This sequence of courses and is scheduled so the student may complete the program in three semesters. The first couse in the sequence is scheduled for the fall semester. The elective credits may be drawn from a wide range of offerings related to electronics, and should be selected with the help of an advisor.
No previous knowledge of electricity or electronics is necessary to enroll in this program.
After completion of the Electronics Servicing certificate, the student will be prepared for entry-level employment in the servicing functions of consumer electronics, primarily radio and television.
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Certificate (Certificate Program)
Total Credit Hours: 26
Select a course number below to see a course description.
Required Program Courses
|ELCTS 131||INTRODUCTION TO BASIC ELECTRICITY ||2|
|ELCTS 132||SERVICE ELECTRONICS - D.C. CIRCUITS ||2|
|ELCTS 133||SERVICE ELECTRONICS - A.C. CIRCUITS ||2|
|ELCTS 134||SERVICE ELECTRONICS - BASIC SOLID STATE ||2|
|ELCTS 136||SERVICE ELECTRONICS - DIGITAL CIRCUITS ||2|
|MATH 106||APPLIED ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY ||4|
* Electives are to be chosen from the following: ELCTS 135; ELCTK 117, 150, 151, 201, 202, 215, 245, 246, or 250.
Recommended Course Sequence
|Fall Semester 1||ELCTS 131; ELCTS 132; MAT 106|
|Spring Semester 1||ELCTS 133; ELCTS 134; ELCTS 136|
|Fall Semester 2||Electives|
Program Contact Information
Agriculture and Industrial Technologies Department
Illinois Career Cluster
Maintenance, Installation and Repair