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2016-2017 Technical College of the Lowcountry - Catalog/Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Industrial Electronics Technology (AAS)


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Degree: Associate in Applied Science
Major: Electronics Technology
Minimum Credits Required for Graduation: 64

Program Description: The Industrial Electronics (EEM) associate degree program is designed to provide students with the basic technical background to pursue careers in the areas of electronic installation, servicing and maintenance and entry-level computer repair.

Students applying to the Industrial Electronics Technology associate degree program must supply the following documentation before registering for courses:

  • An official copy of high school transcripts or Graduate Equivalency Diplomas (GED) transcripts. A certificate of completion will not be accepted as a substitute for a high school diploma or GED.
  • All candidates for the EEM associate degree program must take the COMPASS/ASSET placement evaluation unless they have official college transcripts with a “C” or better in Math for Business and Finance (MAT 160 ) and English Composition I (ENG 101 ).
  • Official transcripts must be sent from the issuing college directly to the Admissions Office at TCL via the mail.
  • A copy of the high school or GED transcripts, COMPASS/ASSET placement evaluation, and/or college transcript must be at the TCL Admissions Office before a student can register.
  • Students lacking these requirements may register as Career Development or certificate program students but will not be admitted into the EEM program until all requirements are met. Microsoft Certification Students: See your advisor for a list of courses required from Microsoft Certified System Engineer training.

General Education Requirements


Credits 16


Elective: Credits 3


Sample Curriculum - Electronics Technology


Please see your advisor for possible course substitutions.

Credits 13


Credits 12


Credits 15


Credits 12


Second Year - Summer Semester


Credits 12


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