Electronics training courses and schoolsTotal 600 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in United States.
Electronics Engineering programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Signal Processing for Power SystemsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Signal processing tools for analyzing power systems, voltage frequency, magnitude variations, unbalance, wave form distortion.
Audio ElectronicsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
A study of basic electronic theory with emphasis placed on those circuits that are commonly found in professional audio components. Coverage includes resistance, capacitance, impedance, series and parallel circuits, Ohm’s Law, power, DC and AC circuits, semiconductors, and operational amplifiers. As an aid to understanding the electronic theory, students are introduced to the use of the calculator, engineering notation, and the decibel measurement.
School of Visual ArtsTraining Center/Campus:
New York City, New York, United StatesPhone No.:
Electronics and Arduino Microcontroller for ArtistsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is an introduction to electronics, for fine artists, sculptors, installation and performance artists, as well as those who want to add computer-controlled elements to their creations. Using the Arduino microcontroller, we will explore some of the essential and useful electronic sensors (light, sound, motion, sonar, infrared, angle bending), powerful actuators (relays, motors, servomotors, stepper motors, muscle wires and solenoids, among others), and telecommunication tools for microcontrollers (radio frequency transmitters, Bluetooth, Ethernet). This is a practical course and does not include theory. Class time will be allocated to help students work on their projects. We will also cover how to incorporate other mediums into these projects, including video, wood, metalworking and mechanical applications.
Computer ElectronicsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is an entry-level course in Computer Electronics Technology designed to enable Science and Engineering students to develop a working understanding of electronics and its application to their chosen fields of study within the area of Electronics. It will provide basic knowledge and skills for transition into computer technology, manufacturing, and robotics, electronic communicatins and electromechanical technology.
Electronics Communications (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Students will be able to apply basic radio fundamentals necessary to understand transmitters and receivers used in modern AM and FM communications systems.
This program covers, circuit analysis of several complete FM systems. Included is a wideband microwave multiplex system and several mobile communications systems.
Students acquire information required by the Electronics Technician to aid in passing the F.C.C. general radiotelephone license examination. The F.C.C. rules, regulations, and theory areas are explained and sample F.C.C.-type tests are taken. Marine and aeronautical rules and regulations are also studied and are necessary for passing the general radiotelephone examination. Students may come day and/or evening. Additional hours taking general studies courses will lead to the Associate in Science degree.
Upon successful completion of the program the students will be proficient in the operation of AM/FM Transmitters and troubleshoot ... [Read More]
HOME THEATER AND COMMERCIAL AUDIO VIDEO INSTALLATION THEORY AND PRACTICESCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course offers instruction in the installation of home theater video and audio systems as well as commercial and industrial applications for audio and video technology. Upon successful completion of the course the student will have the skills to enter this area of the electrical trade.
Electronics Engineering TechnologyCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Electronic Engineering Technology program has two tracks, one with Electronic Circuit emphasis and the other with Visual Programming emphasis. The core program, common to both tracks, provides the successful student with skills in basic electronics, component usage, modern lab documentation techniques, and the analysis of analog circuits, digital circuits and microcontroller systems. In the final two academic quarters, The Electronics Track focuses on Solid State Device operation and the study of Digital Communication Systems. The Programming Track offers 12 credit Hours of programming within a visual environment, such as .NET, or another contemporary tool, based on current industry trends.
Career Opportunities: Successful Graduates will qualify for a variety of positions in Electronics Engineering Technology. Career fields to include: Electronics Laboratory technician, Electronics Build, Test and Analysis, Electronic System Installation and Maintenance, Manufa... [Read More]
Sound Art Electronics WorkshopCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Course explores the aesthetics and psychology of sound through the study of sound installation art and sound sculpture. Reading and discussion covers the aesthetic theories, technology, and histories that drive the medium. Students observe and interrogate the relationships and potential dialogue between the audience and the artwork, and apply their observations by designing and building their own artworks. Classes will be organized around hands-on activities, lecture, and discussion of readings. Students use basic building blocks of electronics and sensors to design their own sound sculptures, one-of-a-kind instruments, and installation art. In addition, a major component of the course will be the ongoing analysis and critique of student work. Students should be prepared to give and receive constructive criticism on their work, from both their peers and the instructor.
IIT School of Applied TechnologyTraining Centers/Campuses:
Bedford Park, Chicago, Wheaton, Illinois, United StatesPhone No.:
708.563.1576, 312.567.5290, 630.682.6000
Manufacturing Processes for Electronics and Electrical SystemsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The materials used in Electronic and Electrical (E&,E) manufacturing will be reviewed including materials and components that are used to produce chips, PCBs, and wiring systems. Focus will be on the processes for producing the range of parts and products included in this broad sector. Automation for producing parts and assemblies will be covered. Techniques covered will include surface mounted technology (SMT), wave soldering, automation insertion, automated inspection, etc. The industrial structure that makes up this sector of manufacturing will be covered.
Industrial Applications of Power Electronics and Motor DrivesCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Practical topologies of different types of power electronic converters are covered including industrial high-voltage and high-current applications, protection, and cooling. Common industrial motor drives are examined with popular control techniques, simplified modeling, and worst-case design. Regulating and stabilizing methods are applied to switching power supplies, power conditioning systems, electronic ballasts, and electronic motors.
Advanced Power ElectronicsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
Advanced power electronic convertors, techniques to model and control switching circuits, resonant converts, Pulse-Width-Modulation (PWM) techniques, soft-switching methods, and low-voltage high-current design issues are studied. Single-phase and multi-phase, controlled and uncontrolled rectifiers and inverters with different operating techniques and their design and control issues are explained.
Power Electronic Dynamics and ControlCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Modeling an analysis of solid-state switching circuits, parallel module dynamics, multi-converter interactions, resonant converters, feedback control, stability assessment, reduced parts converters, integrated structures, programmable switching regulators, digital switch-mode controllers, and power electronic converter-on-a-chip development.
Advanced Electronics (Certificate)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
This program is composed entirely of elective courses and provides advanced study in electronic design and device theory for those who wish to enhance their analog and digital design skills, while increasing their knowledge of the underlying device physics. A maximum of two 400-level courses may be taken.
(Choose four from the following)
•ECE 411 Power Electronics
•ECE 414 Audio and Electroacoustics
•ECE 425 Analysis and Design of Integrated Circuits
•ECE 521 Quantum Electronics
•ECE 523 Electronic Circuit Theory
•ECE 524 Electronic Circuit Design
•ECE 526 Active Filter Design
•ECE 530 Advanced VLSI Design
•ECE 571 Seminar on Nanodevices and Technology
•ECE 575 Electron Devices
VLSI and Microelectronics (Master Degree)Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar V
The purpose of this degree program is to prepare students for leading edge positions in industry in the areas of VLSI and microelectronics. The Professional Master of VLSI and Microelectronics is a course-only degree program that prepares students for professional practice. Students can pursue a professional master&,#146,s degree in the area of VLSI and Microelectronics by completing the required core courses, ECE 425, ECE 429, ECE 529, and ECE 575 (and/or ECE 415) and selecting six additional courses from a combination of computer engineering electives, electronics electives, and other areas in electrical and computer engineering.
A minimum of 18 credit hours at the 500-level or higher must be selected. With advisor approval the student may take up to two ECE courses in other areas of electrical and computer engineering such as signal processing, communications, power and control. The admission requirements for the proposed degree will follow the existing admi... [Read More]
Optical ElectronicsCourse Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
Optical resonators. Radiation and atomic systems. Laser oscillation. Laser systems. Parametric amplification and oscillation. Electrooptics and acoustooptics. Phase conjugate optics. Modulation, detection and noise.
Power Electronics And Electric DrivesCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Power electronics, power semiconductor switches, converters, DC, induction and synchronous motor drives, industrial applications, harmonics and filtering.
RF and Microwave ElectronicsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Fundamentals of RF and microwave electronic circuit design, matching networks, small-signal and large-signal transistor amplifier design, noise, broadband techniques, oscillator design, high-frequency circuit simulation.
Industrial Power Systems (Master Degree)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Industrial Power Systems is a graduate level program, providing advanced and specialized training of industrial power systems engineers, who are typically working in an environment that recently experienced the need for a tremendous increase in breadth and depth of knowledge.
The program was developed at the industry request, and with a significant participation of prominent electrical industry representatives from the Houston area. The program covers the most needed topics for industry, and also takes the advantage of Houston&,#146,s recognized international leadership in industrial power systems design. The specific courses in this program are offered as evening classes, and are taught by instructors with significant industrial experience.
It is also noted that the MEE program can be counted as one year&,#146,s experience towards registration as a Professional Engineer. Also, for those who do not wish to pursue the MEE degree, the classes can... [Read More]
Biomedical ElectronicsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Biomedical Technology field has a growing need for technicians trained to maintain, troubleshoot, and repair medical equipment for health care facilities or research institutions. The Biomedical Electronics specialization includes a one-semester internship in a medical center, hospital, or medical equipment manufacturer, ensuring exposure to the latest equipment.
Electronics (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Computer Engineering Technology is perhaps the most flexible of the specializations offered. In this program you learn practical skills needed for immediate employment as an electronics technician, or to continue to higher levels of education. The basic theory and skills learned allow the individual to grow in the ever changing field of electronics technology.
Audio ElectronicsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
Basic concepts in electricity, Ohm?s Law, circuit analysis and troubleshooting audio problems. Topics include soldering techniques, audio electronic alignment procedures for tape machines, console maintenance, and sound reinforcement equipment maintenance.
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