Program Outcomes (IERT)

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Downtown Campus

Tom Newman
Instructor 253.680.7350

Landon Johnson
Instructor, 253.680.7340

Jason Carroll
Career Advisor
253.680.7008

 

Location Downtown Campus
Hours Mon - Fri, 7 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.

At the successful completion of the program curriculum, students will be able to:

  1. Describe current status of robotics technology and new development.
  2. Identify common electronic components, devices, and symbols.
  3. Analyze direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) circuits using various circuit simplification and analysis techniques.
  4. Apply theoretical principles to physically design electric circuits to solve technical problems.
  5. Operate/program/repair industrial robots.
  6. Solve real-world and theoretical problems related to semiconductors, digital systems, and PLCs.
  7. Identify common electronic components, devices, and symbols and verify their operation
  8. Construct and troubleshoot the operation of DC and AC circuits using lab equipment
  9. Measure and source voltages, currents and frequencies using power supplies, function generators, and oscilloscope.
  10. Solve a problem using digital logic and Karnaugh mapping.
  11. Identify common transistor circuits and prove their operation in a lab setting.
  12. Identify common amplifier circuits and prove their operation in a lab setting.
  13. Use microcontrollers and variable frequency drives to regulate the speed of an AC motor.
  14. Specify a motor type to solve a specific problem.
  15. Connect single and three-phase motors to sources and successfully energize.
  16. 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