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Programmable Logic Controllers Certificate
David Haus, PhD, Dean
Phone: (419) 995-8422
Office: JJC 117
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) are the computers used in industry to control manufacturing equipment. Students completing the Programmable Logic Controllers Certificate are able to work with a variety of PLC applications in advanced manufacturing. Students learn how to install, program, and repair PLCs, and work with the equipment those PLCs control. Students will also learn how to perform preventative maintenance.
Electronic Engineering Technology Major
Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion, the student will be able to:
- Successfully troubleshoot and provide correct, effective solutions for programming and maintaining PLCs.
- Apply their growing set of skills to creatively solve technical problems.
- Design, program, and operate equipment safely
- Analyze the functions of manufacturing technology.
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Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC)
|CPT 1250||Computer Applications in the Workplace||3|
|EET 1330||Digital Circuits||4|
|EET 2030||Motor Controls||3|
|AMT 1020||Preventive Maintenance||2|
|AMT 1070||Basic Electricity and Electronics||3|
|IMT 1911||Technical Math I||3|
|AMT 1040||Blueprint Reading and Schematics||2|
|or MET 1000||Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD|
|EET 1110||Circuit Analysis I||3|
|EET 2911||Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|EET 2920||Advanced Programmable Controllers||3|