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Electronics II Theory (ET201T)


48 hours (12 weeks). 

103 Park Avenue, Nutley NJ 07110

August 2019 - Present. 

Instructional delivery format: 
Traditional classroom model
Learner Outcomes: 

Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to: understand the concepts of atomic structure and how it relates to conductance and semi-conductance, learn the basic anatomy of the diode and effects of combining a P-N junction and results of forward and reverse biasing, discuss Zener diode and applications, identify the types of rectification, understand the concept and requirements of electronic filtering, understand the concepts of transistor theory for BJTs, FET’s, MOSFET’s with emphasis on amplifiers, describe and recognize different amplifier configurations and classifications, recognize and understand Operational Amplifiers and associated circuits including Inverting/Non Inverting, Summing/Subtracting, and oscillator circuits, Follow safety procedures for equipment and personnel, define and identify common types of Oscillators. Discuss types of feedback and effects on oscillators, explain the operation of an astable and monostable circuit using the 555 Integrated Circuit. Understand the types of IC’s and discuss operation and understand their applications with emphasis on the SCR.


The instructor utilizes PowerPoint presentations, videos for delivery lectures, making review notes, answering chapter exercises and assigned reading/assignment whenever required. Certification Exam ESA-3 assess individuals' end-of-program knowledge and skills in an online proctored proficiency examination format. In addition, instructor administer a bi-weekly performance component test to assess individuals’ skills. Prerequisite: Basic Electronics (ET101T) and Basic Electronics Laboratory (ET101L).

Credit recommendation: 

In the lower division baccalaureate/associate degree category, 3 semester hours in Electronics or Electrical Circuits (Lab) (5/22). NOTE: This course was previously evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE). To view credit recommendations previously established, visit the ACE National Guide.