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High Technology Studies

2016-17

Certificate of Completion
Major Code: 150613
Courses for this Certificate

About the Program

The High Technology Studies four-term certificate program is designed to expand technical knowledge
across a range of technical career areas. Students may specialize in a number of technology
areas such as welding, manufacturing, machining, computer aided drafting, electronics, and computer
science by selecting the appropriate technical electives.

The U.S. Department of Education requires disclosure of specific information about career and
technical certificate programs to prospective students. Data includes Standard Occupational
Classification (SOC) codes, graduation rates, tuition and fees, typical costs for books and supplies,
job placement rates for students completing the programs, and median loan debt incurred by students
completing the programs. For more information visit www.roguecc.edu/GainfulEmployment.

The curriculum in RCC courses is derived from a set of identified learning outcomes that are relevant
to the discipline. For a list of learning outcomes for this discipline or program, see
www.roguecc.edu/Programs/LearningOutcomes.


Entry Requirements

Students are required to take a placement test to determine skill level and readiness in math, reading, and writing. As part of their training program, students must begin with the courses within their skill levels as determined by placement test scores. Students are required to complete any prerequisites listed. In addition, students may also be required to enroll in classes that would increase their employability and success.


Advanced Standing

Coursework from accredited colleges and universities will be accepted in accordance with college
policies and the Electronics Technology Department chair’s recommendation. In order to ensure
that coursework is current, program courses over three years old must be reviewed and approved
by the appropriate department chair before being accepted toward core requirements. Official
transcripts must be filed with the Enrollment Services Office and the Electronics Technology
Department.


Graduation Requirements

Students must complete all courses in this program with a grade of “C” or better to receive their
certificates. Certain required courses are graded on a pass/no pass basis only. A grade of “P” for
these courses indicates a student earned the equivalent of a “C” or better grade.


Prerequisites
Course No.
Course Title
Credits
CS__ Approved 3-4 credit computer science class, CS120 or above or documented computer proficiency

Note: Required for graduation.  Successful completion of CS120 or otherwise meeting the proficiency requirement within the last 10 years fulfills this requirement. Contact a computer science adviser to help determine placement.

0-4
MTH20 Pre-algebra or designated placement test score 0-4
RD30 College Reading or designated placement test score 0-4
WR30 Fundamentals of Composition II or designated placement test score 0-4
  Total Prerequisite Credits 0-16
General Education Courses
Course No.
Course Title
Credits
Mathematics
(Additional math classes may be required as prerequisites to some technical electives.)
MTH63 Applied Algebra I or MTH60 Fundamentals of Algebra I or higher level math 4-5
Communication
WR115 Introduction to Expository Writing or WR121 English Composition I 3-4
Health/First Aid
HE112 Emergency First Aid 1
Human Relations
BT101 Human Relations in Organizations or PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations 3
  Total General Education Credits 11-13
Technology Area Credits (a minimum of 39 credits required)
Course No.
Course Title
Credits
CS__ Any computer science course, CS125 or above CS125ss strongly recommended) variable
AM120 Auto Maintenance and Trades Practices with lab 6
DS111 Basic Electricity for Diesel Technicians I with lab 7
DS120 Diesel Trades Practices with lab 6
DS260 Hydraulic Systems for Heavy Equipment 4
EET101 Introduction to Electronics 3
EET106 Electronic Assembly 3
EET112 Introduction to Mechatronics 5
EET113 Exploration of Alternative Energies 3
EET118 Introduction to Renewable Energy Systems 5
EET120 Renewable Energy Systems (RES) Site Analysis and Design 4
EET121 North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) Entry-level Preparation 2
EET125 Electronics Fundamentals I (DC) 6
EET126 Electronics Fundamentals II (AC) 7
EET130 Digital Fundamentals I 6
EET131 Digital Fundamentals II 6
EET132 Digital Fundamentals III 5
EET140 Solid State Fundamentals 7
EET240 Microcontrollers I 5
LAT122 Small Engine Repair 3
MET101 Mechanical Drafting 3
MET104 Applied Shop Practices 3
MET105/WLD104 Blueprint Reading - Mechanical 3
MET121 CAD I: Mechanical (SolidWorks) 3
MET122 CAD II: Mechanical (SolidWorks) 3
MET123 CAD III: Mechanical (SolidWorks) 3
MET160 Materials and Metallurgy 3
MFG101 Introduction to Manufacturing 3
MFG121 Manufacturing Processes I 4
MFG122 Manufacturing Processes II 4
MFG123 Manufacturing Processes III 4
MFG140 CNC Controls 2
MFG220 Research and Development Prototyping 4
MFG230 Statistics and Quality Control 3
MFG241 CNC Programming – Mill 4
MFG242 CAM I: Mastercam 4
MFG243 CAM II: Mastercam 4
MFG244 CNC Programming – Lathe 3
MFG255 Computer Integrated Manufacturing 4
MTH65 Fundamentals of Algebra II 4
WLD101 Welding Fundamentals I 3
WLD102 Welding Fundamentals II 3
WLD111 Technology of Industrial Welding I 6
WLD112 Technology of Industrial Welding II 6
WLD113 Technology of Industrial Welding III 6
WLD211 Technology of Industrial Welding IV 6
WLD212 Technology of Industrial Welding V 6
WLD213 Technology of Industrial Welding VI 6
WLD230 Introduction to Applied Motion 4
WLD250 Selected Topics in Welding variable
  Total Technology Area Credits 39
  Total Program Credits 50-52

For more information contact the Electronics Technology Department:

Grants Pass or Medford: 541-245-7809
Toll free in Oregon: 800-411-6508, Ext. 7809
email: electronics@roguecc.edu
Web: address www.roguecc.edu/electronics
TTY: Oregon Telecom Relay Service, 711