Electronic Systems Technology - Chabot College

loutclankedAI and Robotics

Nov 13, 2013 (3 years and 1 month ago)

78 views

Electronic
Systems
Technology

ESYS

Program Overview

ESYS Program Overview


Why ESYS?


What is ESYS?


The 16 ESYS courses


The 8
-
week hybrid course schedule

Why ESYS?


Electronics Technology courses were
originally based on 1960’s technology


Although periodically updated, the
programs were diverging from the skills
used by today’s technicians


The Electronic Systems Technology
(ESYS) program is targeted towards the
skills needed by today’s technicians

What is ESYS?


The Electronic Systems Technology
(ESYS) Program


Emphasizes the use, maintenance,
troubleshooting and repair of electronic
systems


Less concentration on individual
component and circuit analysis


Incorporates the communication and
reporting skills needed in industry


The 16 ESYS courses


ESYS 50 •


Introduction to ESYS


ESYS 51


Fabrication Techniques


ESYS 52


Measurement & Troubleshooting


ESYS 53


Personal Computer Systems



Detailed information on all courses may be found in the
college catalog at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/academics/catalog/


Or the ESYS website at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/esys/


The 16 ESYS courses


ESYS 54


Analog Circuits & Semiconductor Devices


ESYS 55A


Microcontroller Systems


ESYS 55B


Digital Logic Systems


ESYS 56A & 56B


Electronic Power Systems I & II


ESYS 57A


Process Control Systems


ESYS 57B


PLC & Robotic System Components

The 16 ESYS courses


ESYS 58


Wireless Communication Systems


ESYS 59


Communication Network Systems


ESYS 60


Electronic Systems Analysis


ESYS 61


ESYS Project Management


ESYS 62


Home Technology Systems

The 16 ESYS courses


Four courses with NO PREREQUISITES:


ESYS 50, 51, 53, and 59



Four courses with ESYS 50 as the only
prerequisite:

ESYS 52, 55A, 56A, and 62



ESYS 60 is the only course with a math
prerequisite:

INDT 74, ELEC 65, or eligible for MATH 55

ESYS Course Sequences

ESYS Course Highlights


ESYS 53 • Personal Computer Systems


Assemble the hardware


Install and configure the software


Test and troubleshoot


Take your class PC home with you when
you finish the course
-

NO LAB FEE!

ESYS Course Highlights


ESYS 56A • Electronic Power Systems I


Build, test, and troubleshoot solar electric systems
in the lab


Identify the major systems of wind turbine power
systems


Test and troubleshoot common power control
systems

ESYS Course Highlights


ESYS 57A&B • PLC / Automation / Robotics


Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Systems


Industrial Automation & Robotic Systems

ESYS Course Highlights


ESYS 59 • Communication Network Systems



Plan, implement, and test wired and wireless
networking systems


8
-
week hybrid course
schedule


All 16 courses are 1 unit lecture, 1 unit lab


All courses are 8
-
week short
-
term courses


Lectures are provided in online format


Labs are in
-
class, 4 hours, 1 night/week per
course


Each 8
-
week session includes at least one
no
-
prerequisite course (ESYS 50, 51, 53, or
59)

8
-
week hybrid course
schedule


A typical student load is two courses per 8
-
week session (4 courses per semester)


All ESYS courses for AS degree can be
completed in four semesters


8 courses for ESYS certificate can be
completed in two semesters

AS Degree Courses


FRESHMAN YEAR


ESYS 50

(Introduction to ESYS)


ESYS 51

(Fabrication Techniques for ESYS)


ESYS 52

(ESYS Measurement and Troubleshooting)


ESYS 53

(Personal Computer Systems)


ESYS 54

(Analog Circuits and Semiconductor Devices)


ESYS 55A

(Microcontroller Systems)


ESYS 55B

(Digital Logic Systems)


ESYS 58

(Wireless Communication Systems)

AS Degree Courses


SOPHOMORE YEAR


ESYS 56A

(Electronic Power Systems I)


ESYS 56B

(Electronic Power Systems II)


ESYS 57A

(Process Control Systems)


ESYS 57B

(PLC and Robotic System Components)


ESYS 59

(Communication Network Systems)


ESYS 60

(Electronic Systems Analysis)


ESYS 61

Electronic Systems Project Management)


ESYS 62

(Home Technology Systems)


Total Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

AS Degree Courses


GENERAL EDUCATION UNITS FOR A.S. DEGREE . . . . . . . . . . 19


For specific A.S. General Education courses refer to catalog
section on


A.S. Graduation Requirements.


General Education Courses (Areas A
-
E). . . . . . . . . . . 16


ESYS GE Requirement. . . . 3


Complete a minimum of 3 units from


Business 14 (Business Communications)


Computer Application Systems 92A


(Networking for Home and Small Businesses)


Computer Application Systems 92B


(Networking for a Small
-
to
-
Medium Business or ISP)


English 70 (Report Writing)


Physics 11 (Descriptive Physics)


Total minimum units required. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

For More Information


Contact Wayne Phillips at
wphillips@chabotcollege.edu


Visit the ESYS webpage at
http://www.chabotcollege.edu/esys


ESYS

www.chabotcollege.edu/esys