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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Salt River Project Relay Apprentice
Major: 5763
First Term: 2012 Fall    Final Term: Current
Award: CCL
Total Credits: 36
CIPS Code: 15.0303
Initiating College: Mesa Community College
Program Availability: College Specific
Occupational Area: Manufacturing
Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57)
GPA: 2.00

Detailed Program Information

Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Salt River Project Relay Apprentice is a closed program that is available to SRP employees who are participating in the SRP apprenticeship program. The program supplements the industry-specific training that the apprentices receive at SRP with the theory and fundamentals of electronics that are necessary for success in that program.

Program Notes:
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better for all courses within the Required Courses area.Mbr>+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.

Admission Criteria:
Current SRP employee who has been accepted into SRP's Relay Apprenticeship program.

Required Courses
 Credits: 36
 ENG101First-Year Composition (3) OR 
 ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3)3
 ENG111Technical and Professional Writing3
 ELE100Concepts of Electricity and Electronics3
+ELE101Beginning Algebra for Technology3
+ELE105Algebra-Trigonometry for Technology5
+ELE111Circuit Analysis I4
+ELE112Circuit Analysis II4
+ELE121Solid-State Devices and Circuits I4
+ELE222Solid-State Devices and Circuits II4
+ELE251Electronic Measurements3

Program Competencies
1. Organize writing to support a central idea through unity, coherence, and logical development appropriate to a specific writing context. (ENG101)
2.Demonstrate the ability to write descriptions of products or processes. (ENG111)
3.Identify and apply the principles of writing various types of professional reports. (ENG111)
4.Identify common electrical and electronic components and their corresponding schematic symbols. (ELE100)
5.Evaluate expressions containing variables and constants. (ELE101)
6.Define and graph trigonometric functions. (ELE105)
7.Make circuit measurements using the ammeter, voltmeter, ohmmeter, and oscilloscope. (ELE111)
8.Apply the scientific method of inquiry and deduction to the laws, theories and axioms of Alternating Current (AC) and Direct Current (DC) circuits to specific laboratory experiments. (ELE111)
9.Analyze the ideal transformer in terms of voltage, current and impedance. (ELE112)
10.Calculate voltages and currents for series, parallel and series-parallel AC circuits using the concepts of impedance and admittance. (ELE112)
11.Analyze a differential amplifier, computer gain, input impedance and common-mode rejection ratio. (ELE121)
12.Discuss series, shunt and switching voltage regulators, stating the advantages and disadvantages of each. (ELE222)
13.Obtain accurate and meaningful measurements using oscilloscopes and meters. (ELE251)

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.