Program Outcomes (IERT)
At the successful completion of the program curriculum, students will be able to:
- Describe current status of robotics technology and new development.
- Identify common electronic components, devices, and symbols.
- Analyze direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) circuits using various circuit simplification and analysis techniques.
- Apply theoretical principles to physically design electric circuits to solve technical problems.
- Operate/program/repair industrial robots.
- Solve real-world and theoretical problems related to semiconductors, digital systems, and PLCs.
- Identify common electronic components, devices, and symbols and verify their operation
- Construct and troubleshoot the operation of DC and AC circuits using lab equipment
- Measure and source voltages, currents and frequencies using power supplies, function generators, and oscilloscope.
- Solve a problem using digital logic and Karnaugh mapping.
- Identify common transistor circuits and prove their operation in a lab setting.
- Identify common amplifier circuits and prove their operation in a lab setting.
- Use microcontrollers and variable frequency drives to regulate the speed of an AC motor.
- Specify a motor type to solve a specific problem.
- Connect single and three-phase motors to sources and successfully energize.
- Program and interface a microcontroller to discrete hardware to obtain desired functionality
In addition, the following college-wide learning outcomes reflect the guiding expectations of all programs at Bates Technical College:
- Human Diversity
- Effective Communication
- Critical Thinking