TAD 265 Electricity and Electronics

Prerequisite: Completion or waiver of MAT 012; or permission of instructor
Offered: Typically Fall and Spring Terms (except in terms when TAD 460 is offered)
A study of the theory and techniques necessary for electrical and electronic systems and their associated equipment. Students will learn how to identify, calculate, measure, create, and repair basic electrical and electronic systems. These skills will be applied to a selection of practical projects that will challenge the students understanding of the material and problem solving/troubleshooting abilities. Topics may include AC?DC circuits, resistance, power, various components, and use of electrical measuring instruments. Course Fee: $10.


1 Course Credit

Cross Listed Courses

TEC 265