Electronics Engineering Techology
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Electronics Engineering Technology


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  Associate of Sciences in Electronics Engineering Technology
(Grado Asociado en Ciencias en Tecnología de Ingeniería Electrónica)
 
 


The Associate in Sciences in Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to provide technical depth on traditional areas of electronics incorporating (Analog, Digital Instrumentation, PLCs amount others) and allow options in trending areas like Embedded Systems, Renewable Energy and Electronic Aerospace Systems. Basic courses in languages, mathematics, sciences and a socio humanistic component reinforce the fundaments required to integrate in such a promising professional career.

 
 
     
 
  Mission
 

Electronics Engineering Technology joins the mission of the university, which is committed to the principle of accessibility with the most disadvantaged, comprehensiveness in its offerings, and adaptability to satisfy the needs of the community served. The Institution is also committed to the development of intellect and social ethics. In addition, it accepts the responsibility of fostering among its students respect for human dignity and their personal commitment towards improving society.

 
     
  Program Educational Objectives:  
 


A few years after graduation, graduates of the Associate of sciences in Electronics Engineering Technology from Caribbean University will:

  1. Demonstrate their knowledge in the analysis and design principles of electrical and electronic systems.
  2. Analyze, build, testing, operation, and maintenance of electronics systems by considering, safety standards, codes, regulations, and available modern technology.
  3. Communicate effectively both oral and written.
  4. Be able to adapt to technological and social changes to remain relevant to their electronics technician profession.
 
     
  Student Outcomes  
     
 

It is expected that by the time of graduation, our students will have:

  1. an ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline
  2. an ability to design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the discipline
  3. an ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results
  4. an ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team
  5. an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and nontechnical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature
 
   
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Once finish the Associate of Science Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology, the graduate can get a job in a company of the different specialty areas of electronics engineering, government, other service agencies or continue a bachelor degree. In addition, graduates can develop their own company

 
     
  Faculty  
 


The Faculty from the electronics engineering technology program is compromised with the education of our students. The priority of the program is to provide the best tools to our students in order to prepare then to both, solve the typical technology problems that will face during their firsts working years and to continue learning through their professional career.

 

 
 
Dr. Hermes E. Calderón
Field of interest: Materials and Structures
hcalderon@caribbean.edu
  Prof. Juan C. Martinez
Field of interest: Electronics, Automation
dmera@caribbean.edu
     
Dr. Marcos Acosta
Field of interest: Power Systems
maacosta@caribbean.edu
  Prof. Daniel Mera
Field of interest: Electronics, Renewable Energy
dmera@caribbean.edu
     
Prof. Angie Cordoba (Coordinator - Ponce)
Field of interest: Computers
acordoba@caribbean.edu
  Prof. Miguel Rivera
Field of interest: Power and Control Systems
mrivera@caribbean.edu
     

Prof. José González
Field of interest: Circuits, Computers
jogonzalez@caribbean.edu

  *Dr. Ramón Vásquez
Field of interest: Communications, Control Systems
ravazquez@caribbean.edu
     
     
 
 

*Full-time faculty

 

 
  Contacts  
 


Dr. Hermes E. Calderón
hcalderon@caribbean.edu
787 780 0070 x1200
Director – Department of Engineering and Informatics Technology

 
     
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