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ENER 1530 Electricity and Basic Electronics

This course teaches the fundamentals of electricity and electronics. It covers a wide range of topics such as test equipment, electrical properties, units of measure, fundamental electrical laws, magnetism, relays and ladder diagrams, and both AC and DC components and circuit schematics. This course provides a solid foundation for both traditional and emerging electrical/electronic career paths. C-ID ENER 140.


3.00 Credits(s)


Applied Technologies


Advisory: Eligibility for Math 1060 and English 1500 strongly recommended; 44 hours lecture; 18 hours lab (62 hours total)