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DIPLOMA IN ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY

 

d-elxThe Diploma in Electronics Technology Program is aimed at providing technical people for the industry that covers electronics, electrical, telecommunications, control systems, instrumentation, information technology and computing, fire and security, appliances, and gaming. The graduates can also fit-in in small to large scale industrial operations such as the mining and petroleum sectors.

 

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

FIRST YEAR
First Semester
Second Semester
CodeCourse TitleCreditsCodeCourse TitleCredits
ENG112 English Foundations 4 ENG221 / MAT221 Applied Technical English / Applied Technicl Mathematics 4
MAT112 Algebra 4 EDU111 Foundations of Education 4
CLE111 Personal Integration 4 CLE121 Christian Ethics 4
ELX111 Electronics Fundamentals 1 4 ELX121 Electronics Fundamentals 2 4
ELX112 Basic Electricity and Power Supply 4 ELX122 Basic Troubleshooting 4
ELX113 Technical Drawing 1 4 ELT123 Technical Drawing 2 4
Total 24 Total 24
  IPT01 In-plant Training 1 320 hrs. (8 weeks)

 

SECOND YEAR
First Semester
Second Semester
CodeCourse TitleCreditsCodeCourse TitleCredits
ENG211 / MAT311 Speech & Oral Communication / Statistics & Probability 4 ENG321 / MAT211 Journalism & Creative Writing / Plane & Spherical Trigonometry 4
EDU413 Research Methods 4 EDU212 Educational Psychology 4
CLE211 Marriage & Family 4 CLE212 Social Teaching of the Church 4
ELX214 Semiconductors 4 ELX224 Electronics Communication 4
ELX212 Analog & Digital Electronics 4 ELX225 Pneumatic & Electro-Pneumatics 4
ELX215 Electronic Circuit Simulation & AutoCAD 4 ELX226 PLC 4
Total 24 Total 24
  IPT02 In-plant Training 2 320 hrs. (8 weeks)

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  P. O. Box: 7579
  Phone: (675) 323 1253
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