Program Information:Electronics Degree Requirements Flow Chart
New students should enroll in Electronics 4A lecture and 4B lab. No previous experience in electronics is required. Electronics 4A also meets the Natural Science elective requirement for any Associate Degree. The Program is located in the Village Building.
Electronics Certificate Requirements
Are you an Electrician Trainee? Pierce Electronics classes meet the State requirements for Electrician Trainees. The Pierce Electronics Program is designated as approved school number 129 by the California Division of Apprenticeship Standards (DAS). Electrician Trainees should register for Electronics 4A lecture and 4B laboratory as shown in the Pierce schedule (BOTH must be taken at the same time to qualify). Consult the DAS website for more information: http://www.dir.ca.gov/das/ElectricalTrade.htm
Why take an Electronics class when you want to be an Electrician? An explanation can be found HERE
Follow these links for Catalog Descriptions and Course Outlines - listed with course name followed by lecture and lab course numbers:
Follow these links to obtain the Syllabus for the listed course name and number:
Note: Courses not listed may still be used for transfer credit. Please consult the appropriate University Department for the latest information.
Electronics 81 Projects Class - Pictures of Student Projects
Sample Links for Electronic Project Parts:
A.S. Degree In Electronics
Lecture and Lab Facilities are Located
in the Village Building
Certificates In Analog, Digital
And Communications Electronics
A Mix of Theory and Hands-On Training