ELECTRONICS (APPLIED) BSC113
Statement of Attainment
This course will teach you to understand electric currents and applications for electric power. It will teach you how to interpret circuit diagrams and explain function of electrical components. You will also be able to explain digital and analogue electronics, how devices engage with a user and the maintenance and repair of devices. This course goes beyond theory and you will learn how to analyse and apply what you have learned in real word contexts.
Please note that if you choose the 'e-learning' (course on USB) method, be aware that due to current covid-19 restrictions there are some countries we can not send USB sticks to.
We recommend you choose the online learning method as all online courses provide access to download course notes to access offline or print. If you do require your course to be supplied on USB stick then please contact us first to check availability for your country.
- Nature and Scope of Electronics: Linear, Analogue and Digital
- Measuring Electricity
- Passive components - resistors capacitors, inductors
- Other Components - Diodes, Transistors, witches etc
- Input and Output devices
- Digital Electronics
- Applications - Working with Electronics
- Problem-Based Learning Project
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Josiane JoubranCSC consultant with IBM, Software QA Engineer, Course Writer and Tutor. Josiane is an I.T professional with extensive experience with computer hardware and engineering in Lebanon and Australia. Josiane has a B.Eng., Grad.Dip.I.T., Master Info.Tech., MCP, MCSE.
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