2020-2021 Engineering Technology - Electronics Option, A.S.

Engineering Technology - Electronics Option, A.S.

Communications Area CH
•+*ENC1101, English I 3
Humanities Area 3
Visual and Performing Arts See General Education Requirement
Philosophy/Religion See General Education Requirement
Literature See General Education Requirement
Mathematics Area
•+*MAC1105, College Algebra 3
Natural Sciences Area
See General Education Requirement 3
Social Sciences Area
Behavioral Sciences See General Education Requirement 3
Major Courses
Electronics Option (27 hrs.)The purpose of this track is to prepare students to enter the workforce as highly skilled electronic technicians or to continue their education at several state universities. The curriculum balances instruction in theory with hands-on laboratory applications and provides the student with a diversified background in circuit theory, digital systems, microcomputers, programmable logic controllers, analog systems, and LabVIEW programming. Graduates of this program will be prepared for careers in electronic maintenance and troubleshooting, electronics product development, data acquisition and testing, software development for microcontroller systems, computer installation and repair, telecommunications, biomedical equipment repair and calibration, avionics, radio and television communications, and security systems.
#EET1084C, Introduction to Electronics 3
#ETD1320C, Introduction to CAD 3
#ETI1701, Industrial Safety 3
#ETI2110, Intro to Quality Assurance 3
#ETI1420, Manufacturing Process 3
#ETI2001C, Applied Mechanics 3
+#EET1035C, AC/DC Circuits 4
+#CET1112C, Digital Circuits 4
+#EET1140C, Electronic Devices & Circuits 4
+#CET2123C, Microprocessor Fundamentals 3
+#EET2355C, Digital Communications 3
+#ETS2542C, Programmable Logic Controllers 3
Approved Technical Elective or COOP 3
#ETS2931, Special Projects in Computer Integrated Manufacturing 2
#ETI1949, Manufacturing Internship 1



• General Education Core.

+ Prerequisites and/or corequisites required. See course descriptions.

# Applies to A.S. degree and certificate programs.

= Career Certificate course.

* Minimum grade of "C" required.


Gulf Coast’s Division of Business and Technology is located in the Advanced Technology Center on the Panama City, Florida campus. Contact the division office for questions related to your educational goals. For questions regarding program requirements, please contact your advisor. Please direct lab- and class-specific questions to the instructor for your class.

Business and Technology Division
Advanced Technology Center (ATC) 103
5230 West Highway 98
Panama City, FL 32401-1058
Fax: 850-767-8084 

Business and Technology Division Website

Our faculty and staff are ready to answer questions about your program requirements and next steps.

Melanie Boyd (
Chair, Business and Technology
Panama City Campus
Advanced Technology Center (ATC) 102

Nancy Berdanier (
Administrative Assistant
Panama City Campus
Advanced Technology Center (ATC) 103

Business & Technology Faculty

Name Title Phone Email
Antonio Adessi Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 5887
Kim Allan Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 4022
Paul Ashman Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 5852
Melanie Boyd Professor (850) 872-3839 ext. 3839
Denise Crider Instructor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2848
Dennis Dillenschneider (850) 769-1551 ext. 2817
Erika Goines Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 5886
Emmanuel Hernandez Agosto Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2845
Matthew Herndon Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 2846
Alan Jeffries Instructor (850) 769-1551 ext. 4051
David Lee (850) 769--1551 ext. -1551
Jose Lopez-Baquero Assistant Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 4012
Wendy Payne Professor (850) 872-3876 ext. 3876
Tonitta Sauls Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 5090
Tracy Sewell Associate Professor (850) 769-1551 ext. 4826
Stephen Withall (850) 769-1551 ext. 4019


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