• Electronics
    Car stereo and entertainment systems are used to understand the basics of modern electronics. The student will investigate the electronic components that are used in amplifiers, speakers, and mobile audio equipment. This class is for students who like to know things like: How do robots work?  What do all those specifications mean? How do I make a circuit that flashes? How can I repair a damaged circuit?

    Students will learn from labs using state-of-the-art test and measurement equipment. A group project provides the opportunity to apply these skills.  The career focus for this class is on learning the skills needed to be an electronics industry installer. Students may choose to prepare for the Mobile Electronics Level I Installer Certification (MECP) exam.

    The Electronics II course allows students to work with the more advanced equipment, components and circuits that support their career interests.  Topics of study can include car audio, amplifier repair, robotics, computer interfacing, digital and linear circuits, arcade electronics, and industrial controls.

    Explore Future Career Opportunities:

    • Electrician
    • Industrial Equipment Technician
    • Business Owner
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Electro-Mechanical Engineer
    • Industrial Engineer
    • Materials Engineer
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Product Designer
















Gary Anderson
Last Modified on September 20, 2017