Certificate Programs

Advanced Telecommunications,

Basic Telecommunications


Check Sheets

 Always check with your advisor to ensure the appropriateness of your course selections.


 

Advanced Telecommunications

Students must have an Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology or Field Experience In Telecommunications

Course Prefix

Description

Contact Hours

Credit Hours

TEL 110 Telecommunications Network Planning

3.0

3.0

TEL 201 Transmission Design Fundamentals

3.0

3.0

TEL 220 Wireless Communications Overview

2.0

2.0

TEL 240 Fiber Optics Theory

2.0

2.0

Note these classes are internet based only.  They will not be offered in a traditional format.


 

Basic Telecommunications

Entering students are required to satisfy the requirements for MAT 101 and ENG 100 before attempting these courses.

Course Prefix

Description

Contact Hours

Credit Hours

CPE 107 Computer Applications for Electronics 3.0

3.0

TEL 101 Fundamentals of Telecommunications 2.0

2.0

TEL 103 Telecommunications Cables and Connectors

3.0

1.0

TEL 104 Fiberoptic Communications 1.0

1.0

TEL 105 Telecommunications Principles 6.0 4.0

TEL 101 and TEL 104 are internet based.  TEL 103 is a lab and is taught traditionally.  TEL 105 is a hybrid Course in which the lecture is on line and the lab is on campus.  CPE 107 may be completed via internet (check with the instructor.)

 

 

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