The Technical Diploma in Industrial Marine Electronics Technology provides specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the field of Industrial Marine Electronics. The program includes instructions in using motors, mechanical diagrams/schematics, radar, fiber optics, laser technology, computer applications, telecommunications, microwave, hydraulics, PLC, video industrial controls, industrial wiring, diagnostic and troubleshooting techniques, and the use of testing equipment.
- To provide specialized classroom instruction and practical shop experience to prepare students for employment in a variety of jobs in the field of Industrial Marine Electronics.
- To prepare students to take the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) examination for licensure.
- To prepare students for employment as an entry-level Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) technician.
- To educate students on the standards and licensure requirements of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), National Association of Business and Educational Radio (NABER), Fluid Power Society, Electronics Technician Association, National Electrical Code, and Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV).
PROGRAM LEARNING OUTCOMES
Upon completion of the Industrial Marine Electronic Technology program, students will be able to:
- Apply Ohm’s Law to analyze basic electronic circuits.
- Perform measurements to basic electronic circuits using a Volt-Ohm meter.
- Perform voltage and time measurements on electronic circuits using an oscilloscope.
- Demonstrate a professional work ethic through coursework and projects.
Associate of Applied Science Technical Studies - Industrial Marine Electronics Technology
Students interested in an associate degree should visit Technical Studies, AAS for more information.