Roger Newhouse, MIT, Chair
Phone: (419) 995-8139
Office: 131 JJC
Students completing the Troubleshooting Certificate have demonstrated that they have the fundamental knowledge required to troubleshoot and repair electronic devices. In order to successfully and efficiently troubleshoot electronic equipment, a person must possess sound technical knowledge and good critical thinking skills. This ability is highly sought after by not just area manufacturing facilities, but also by area electronic equipment suppliers.
See here for details.
|CPT 1120||Introduction to VB Programming||3|
|EET 1110||Circuit Analysis I||3|
|EET 1120||Circuit Analysis II||3|
|EET 1330 ||Digital Circuits||4|
|EET 2310 ||Microcontroller Fundamentals||4|
|MTH 1370||College Algebra||4|
See www.RhodesState.edu/GainfulEmployment for additional information on certificates.