Associate Degree in Electronics Technology
Associate of Science in Electronics Technology
There are plenty of reasons why people pursue an associate’s degree. Whatever your reason, it’s important to pursue a degree that can both lead to professional opportunities and serve as a first step toward a bachelor’s degree. The Associate of Science degree in Electronics Technology from CTU does both. In this program, you can work to develop knowledge of analog and digital electronics, skills that are needed in commercial enterprises such as integrated circuit (IC) companies and telecommunications firms.
At CTU, working-adult students come first. Our flexible online course schedule and mobile app are designed to help you to build a class schedule around your schedule. And with grants and scholarships available for those who qualify, a degree from CTU can be both achievable and affordable. Learn more below or fill out the form to speak with an admissions advisor.
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CTU is institutionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission www.hlcommission.org
- January 25, 2022
- March 01, 2022
- April 12, 2022
- Colorado Springs
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The Associate of Science in Electronics Technology (ASET) is a 97.5-credit hour program that is offered on the Colorado Springs campus. The program is comprised of 60.5 credit hours of general education courses and 37 credit hours devoted to the electronics technology core.
The program is designed to help students build the knowledge to think like an engineer, to develop logical thinking and critical analysis skills, and improve decision-making skills. Students are encouraged to develop skills that are transferable to many industries such as problem solving, decision making, innovation, project management, collaboration and communication. The ASET degree is designed to help students develop knowledge of analog and digital electronics, skills that are needed in commercial enterprises such as integrated circuit (IC) companies and telecommunications firms.
This program does not lead to additional licensure or certification. As such, CTU has made no determination regarding prerequisites for licensure or certification in any state or jurisdiction.
College of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology Mission Statement
Through innovative industry-current curricula and technology-enabled student-centered teaching, the College of Computer Science, Engineering and Technology empowers students to become motivated, creative, ethical, and skillful professionals who can resolve challenges in Computer Science, Computer/Electrical Engineering, and Information Technology in order to meet the needs of the digital economy.
Courses: General EducationCredits
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours CHE105 Introduction to Chemistry 5 ENGL104 Introductory Written Communication 4.5 ENGL105 Professional Written Communications 4.5 HIST101 Modern American History: 1950 to the 21st Century 4.5 MATH112 Analytic College Algebra 4.5 MATH114 Analytic Trigonometry 4.5 MATH116 Foundations for Calculus 4.5 MATH205 Differential Calculus 5 MATH207 Integral Calculus 5 MATH302 Differential Equations 5 PSYC102 Introductory Psychology 4.5 SOCL102 Introductory Sociology 4.5 UNIV104 Academic and Career Success 4.5 or HUMNELE Humanities Elective 4.5 Total Credit Hours: 60.5
Course Title Course Description Credit Hours EE110 Introduction to Engineering 4 EE221 Circuit Analysis I 5 EE252 Digital Design I 5 EE312 Embedded Microcontrollers 5 EE331 Circuit Analysis II 5 EE375 Electronic Design I 5 IT204 Fundamentals of Networking 4 EM200 Introduction to Website Development 4 Total Credit Hours: 37
Total Credit Hours: 97.5
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