Cleveland Institute of Electronics - 2 New Courses

 
Cleveland Institute of Electronics - 2 New Courses
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    Cleveland Institute
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                                  2014/15 COURSE CATALOG
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Table of Contents                                                                                                                 Approvals
                                                                                                                                  1. Approved by the Ohio State Board of
Letter From The President.............................................................................IFC                            Career Colleges and Schools to offer
                                                                                                                                     postsecondary programs of electronics,
Table of Contents/Approvals............................................................................ 3
                                                                                                                                     computer technology and electronics
Learning At Home Through Distance Education.............................................. 4                                          engineering technology. Registration
                                                                                                                                     Certificate 70-11-0002H.
Employee Education Programs........................................................................ 5
NEW! Automation and Robotics with Lab - Course 5B................................. 6-7
                                                                                                                                  Contact Information
Electronics Technology with Laboratory - Course 1B.................................... 8-9
                                                                                                                                  Cleveland Institute of Electronics
Electronics Technology with FCC License Preparation - Course 1A.................. 10                                              1776 E. 17th Street
Broadcast Engineering - Course 2.................................................................. 11                             Cleveland, OH 44114
Industrial Electronics with PLC Technology - Course 5............................. 12-13                                          Call us toll-free (800) 243-6446 or email
                                                                                                                                  us at instruct@cie-wc.edu.
Electronics Technology & Advanced
   Troubleshooting I & II - Course 11............................................................. 14
Electronics Technology with Digital &                                                                                             Every effort was made to assure the
                                                                                                                                  accuracy of this catalog. The Cleveland
   Microprocessor Laboratories - Course 14B................................................ 15                                    Institute of Electronics reserves the right
Computer Programming with Java and C# - Course 1C........................... 16-17                                                to make changes in curriculum, faculty
                                                                                                                                  and policies. Please consult the appropriate
A+ Certification & Computer Technology - Course 2C............................. 18-19                                             department for current information.
NEW! Computer Security Specialist - Course 6C...................................... 20-21
Network+ Certification & Computer Technology - Course 3C.................. 22-23
Introduction to Computers and Microsoft Office - Course 4C....................... 24
Introduction to Home Automation Installation - Course 5C.......................... 25
Wireless & Electronic Communications - Course 4........................................ 26
Student Services............................................................................................. 27
Enrollment Information.............................................................................. 28-29
Instructional Staff/Authors......................................................................... 30-31
CIE’s Mission and Goals................................................................................. 33
Grading.......................................................................................................... 33
Code of Conduct............................................................................................ 34
Summary/Index.............................................................................................. 35
Questions and Answers.................................................................................. 35

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                                        join IEEE as student                                                                              Specialist Course
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                             over traditional on-campus training.
                             As a CIE student, you can study on your own time, so you can keep your
                             present job and “earn while you learn”. CIE lets you tailor your education
                             to your career goals, so you can focus on just the training you need.

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Basic Core Lessons                              Personalized Training From
You will find that most of CIE’s courses are    A Dedicated Faculty
designed around a core of lessons that cover    CIE’s dedicated staff of instructors do more
basic theories applicable to many areas of      than just grade your exams; they help guide
electronics and computer technology.            you, step-by-step, through your studies and
Courses 11 and 14B contain the same initial     hands-on training. They personally review
93 lessons that together comprise Course        each written report. They’ll encourage
1B. This is the course that teaches basic       you when you’re doing well, and give you
electronics, and goes on to increasingly more   support when you need it. Most importantly
advanced lessons.                               they’ll see that every question you have
                                                receives careful consideration by one or more
                                                members of the staff. You can be sure the
                                                response, whether it’s a simple explanation
Intermediate & Advanced                         or an in-depth theoretical discussion, will be
Level Courses                                   prompt, courteous, and thorough.
For those individuals who already possess
some electronics knowledge, CIE has             Instructor Chat Room
designed several specific courses.
                                                The CIE faculty keeps regular office hours
Our intermediate level courses include
courses 1A, 2, 4, & 5.
                                                where you can talk to them live via the          Employee
                                                CIE chat room. Simply log on and ask
You can pick up where your previous             an Instructor a question right from your         Education
electronics training left off, or update your   computer!
present skills. These non-laboratory courses                                                     Programs
can be the answer to upgrading your skills to
the desired level.                              Video Library                                    Group training is available through the
                                                                                                 CIE Employee Education Program. This
                                                Watch a CIE instructor discuss a variety         program exists to serve employers who
                                                of lessons and hands-on labs in our video        have the need to train three or more
A Programmed Approach                           library. Log on any time and learn from the      employees at the same time.
to Learning                                     comfort of your own home!
                                                                                                 A company can receive substantial tuition
CIE has a study method that’s so good, so                                                        discounts for participating in this program
innovative, it’s patented.                      Resources                                        and using CIE either as an extension of its
                                                                                                 own training program or as a substitute
It’s called the AUTO-PROGRAMMED®                There is no formal campus or classrooms          for one.
teaching method, and it did nothing short of    at CIE, but you will find all the educational
setting a new standard for education through    resources of a traditional residential           CIE group training is acknowledged and
distance learning.                              education center here.                           applauded by many companies. They
                                                                                                 have found CIE’s training programs to be
AUTO-PROGRAMMED® lessons allow you to           We provide the opportunity to purchase           a cost-effective alternative or supplement
learn electronics one step at a time, and you   optional lab equipment and an array              to national company training programs.
determine the size of the step.                 of school items... we publish our own
                                                school paper on the internet ... we make
                                                membership available to an honor society         Specialized Training
Practical, Hands-On Training                    and professional associations... interactive
                                                instructor chat room... and lesson grading is    If you need to modify course work in
As a CIE student, you can train on your own                                                      some fashion to accommodate the
laboratory equipment, which assures you         available through e-grade.
                                                                                                 specific needs of a company training
that you can practice whenever you like, and                                                     program, we can do that. Consultation
repeat experiments as often as you need, to                                                      with a CIE Admissions Advisor is
master them.                                                                                     necessary to work out the details.

On-Line Exams                                                                                    Progress Reports
Take your exams online on our e-grade                                                            Periodic progress reports on each
web site anytime you want - day or night!                                                        employee enrolled under the Employee
Your graded exams will be processed and                                                          Education Program is provided to the
e-mailed back to you within 24 hours.                                                            employer during training.
                                                                                                 A proctored final examination is given
                                                                                                 – at the company’s option – to assure
Textbook Buyback Program                                                                         successful mastery of the subject material.
Some CIE lesson modules include textbooks
that qualify for our Textbook Buyback
Program.                                                                                         Getting Started
The program enables you to sell your                                                             Companies interested in getting more
textbooks back to CIE for tuition credit once                                                    information on CIE’s Employee Education
you are finished with them.                                                                      Programs should contact CIE’s Industrial
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COURSE 5B

                Automation and Robotics with Lab

                Course Description
                Learn how to design, build and test a robot while incorporating
                automation concepts.
                This course blends multiple disciplines including Electronics, Robotic
                Controls, Automated Systems and PLCs to give students a well rounded
                education in Robotic Technology and Automation.
                With its unique collection of hands-on labs, lessons, exercises, simulations
                and interactive media this program will prepare students for a wide range
                of careers in the rapidly growing Robotics Automation field.
                Best of all, students will actually build, troubleshoot and operate a robot!
                After you complete this course you’ll be able to master automation
                technologies used in today’s industrial environment.
                Course 5B includes 48 lessons with instructor support that culminates in
                a Certificate from Cleveland Institute of Electronics.
                • Completion time allowed is 12 months
                • Clock Hours: 480
                Learn how to:
                • Troubleshoot robotic systems
                • Program microprocessors
                • Align, fit and assemble robot component parts
                • Maintain, calibrate, tune and program
                  industrial automated systems                                                   DC Circuit Theory
                                                                                                 • Current and Voltage
                                                                                       Lessons

                • Test robotic assembles
                                                                                                 • Controlling Current and Voltage
                • Develop and test robotic path motions                                          • The Three Basics of Electric Circuits:
                                                                                                   Voltage, Current, and Resistance
                Understand why:                                                                  • Ohm’s Law, Conductors, and Insulators
                • Programmable controllers control automation                                    • Parallel Circuits
                                                                                                 • Equivalent Circuits
                • Electronics, circuits and sensors effect                                       • Applications of Kirchhoff’s Laws
                  automation controls                                                            • Series-Parallel Circuits
                                                                                                 • Voltage and Power
                • Hydraulics and pneumatics move industrial robots
                                                                                                 • Simplifying Circuit Analysis by Using
                                                                                                   Kirchhoff’s Laws

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New
                                                                                                Course!

                                                  Robotics Lab
                                                  This lab includes hands-on exercises that will show you how to design, build
                                                  and program an autonomous robot.
                                                  It’s a great orientation to electrical and computer engineering with lessons
                                                  on circuits, components, instrumentation and electronic prototyping. In
                                                  addition, students learn how to troubleshoot computer hardware and
                                                  software.
                                                  Starting with basic movement and
                                                  proceeding to sensor-based projects,
                                                  students quickly learn how interface a
                                                  small semi-autonomous wheeled robot
                                                  to a microprocessor.

AC Circuit Theory                             Automation Systems                            Microcontrollers and Robotics
•   Vital Statistics of AC Circuits           • Binary Coding and Computer Arithmetic       •   Hardware, Software and LEDs
•   Magnetism and Magnetic Circuits           • Important Digital Integrated Circuits       •   Pushbuttons and Controlling Motion
•   Induced Voltage and Current               • Industrial Control Overview                 •   Measuring Rotation and Digital Displays
•   Inductance                                • Methods and Operation of the Controller     •   Pushbuttons, Piezoelectric Speaker and
•   Mutual Inductance and Magnetic Coupling   • DC Motors and Drives                            Controlling Motion
•   Transformers                              • AC Motors and Drives                        •   Testing the Servos
•   Electrical Charges and Capacitance        • Servo Motors and Servomechanisms            •   Assembling the Boe-Bot
•   Capacitors in Action                      • Pressure Systems & Temperature Control      •   Navigation – Tactical and Whiskers
•   Currents and Voltages in AC Circuits      • Flow Control and Level Control Systems      •   Navigation with Phototransistors
•   Using Semiconductor Diodes                • Analytical and Industrial Instrumentation   •   IR Navigation
•   Operation of Semiconductor Devices        • Detection Sensors                           •   Robotic Distance Control and Detection
•   Unregulated Power Supplies                • Programmable Controllers
                                                                                            END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
•   Regulated Power Supplies                  • PLC Programming, Interfacing and
                                                Troubleshooting                             FOR Certificate
                                              • Motion Control
                                              • Industrial Networking

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COURSE 1B

                Electronics Technology with Laboratory
                Course Description
                Course 1B is designed for students with no previous electronics experience and
                provides a solid core of instruction in electronics. Students graduate as readily
                employable electronics technicians or may continue their education with full
                academic and tuition credit applied towards more advanced CIE programs:
                Courses 11 and 14B.

                • 93 Lessons with Instructor Support
                • Completion Time Allowed: 24 Months
                • 201 Laboratory Experiments using CIE’s Personal Training
                  Laboratory with CIE’s Multimeter
                • Preparation for CET Exam
                • Clock Hours: 1,035

                 What will you learn?
                 This program starts with the basics of electronics and
                 then moves on to more advanced topics that include:
                 • AC and DC circuit theory.
                 • Identifying components.
                 • Working with printed circuit boards.
                 • Relays.
                 • Robots.
                 • Regulated power supplies.
                 • Troubleshooting digital systems and more!

                                                 • Identifying Components             •   Relays and Robots               • Building a Siren with
Lessons

                • Current and Voltage
                • Controlling Current and        • Tracing Wiring on Printed          •   Scientific Notation               Flashing Light
                  Voltage                          Circuit Boards                     •   Units of Measure                • Using Your Multimeter to
                • Power Distribution             • Roots of Numbers, Ratio,           •   Inductance                        Measure Resistance
                • Portable Extension Cords         and Proportion                     •   Mutual Inductance and           • Your Personal Training
                                                 • Inverse Proportion and                 Magnetic Coupling                 Laboratory
                • Static Electricity
                                                   Negative Numbers                   •   Transformers                    • Series and Parallel Resistor
                • Electric Currents and
                                                 • Parallel Circuits                                                        Circuits
                  Semiconductor Devices                                               •   Electrical Charges and
                                                 • Equivalent Circuits                    Capacitance                     • Power and DC Circuits
                • Fractions and Decimal
                  Numbers                        • Applications of Kirchhoff’s        •   Capacitors in Action            • Simplifying Circuit Analysis by
                                                   Laws                                                                     Using Kirchhoff’s Laws
                • Reciprocals, Percentages,                                           •   Rectifiers and Amplifiers
                  and Powers of Numbers          • Series-Parallel Circuits                                               • Practical Applications of
                                                                                      •   Transistor and FET Amplifiers     Kirchhoff’s Laws
                • The Three Basics of Electric   • Voltage and Power                  •   Reading and Using Graphs
                  Circuits: Voltage, Current,                                                                             • Currents and Voltages in AC
                                                 • Vital Statistics of AC Circuits    •   Phasors and Formulas
                  and Resistance                                                                                            Circuits
                                                 • Magnetism and Magnetic             •   Reliable Soldering
                • Ohm’s Law, Conductors, and                                                                              • Capacitors and Capacitive
                                                   Circuits                               Techniques
                  Insulators                                                                                                Circuits
                                                 • Induced Voltage and Current        •   Working with Printed Circuit
                • Connecting and Tracing                                                                                  • Resonant Circuits
                                                 • Thinking Circuits and                  Boards
                  Battery Circuits                                                                                        • Inductors and Inductive
                                                   Automatic Switches
                                                                                                                            Circuits
                                                                                 NOTE: The first 36 lessons in Course 1B are also in Courses 1A, 2, 4, and 5.

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What is a Certified Electronics Technician?
    • Course 1B includes a study guide on how to prepare for the Associate-Level
      Certificated Electronics Technician (CET) exam.
    • This test is administered by the International Society of Certified Electronics
      Technicians and has over 46,000 certified technicians across the globe!
      Certification enables employers to separate knowledgeable job applicants from
      those with less training and skills.
    • Courses 1A, 2, 4, 5 and 11 also include the CET Study Guide.

• Resonance and Filters               • Audio Amplifiers and            • Circuit Response to           • Important Digital Integrated
• Using Semiconductor Diodes            Equipment                         Non-Sinusoidal Waveforms        Circuits
• Operation of Semiconductor          • Operational Amplifiers          • Time Constants                • 555 Timing Circuits
  Devices                             • Operational Amplifier           • RC Filter Circuits            • Digital Systems and How To
• Working with Semiconductor            Characteristics                 • Understanding and Using the     Troubleshoot Them
  Diodes                              • Silicon-Controlled Rectifiers     Oscilloscope                  • Electromagnetism and
• Unregulated Power Supplies            and Unijunction Transistors:    • Optoelectronics                 Relays
                                        Theory and Applications                                         • Systematic Troubleshooting
• Operation of Tubes and                                                • Digital Switching Units
  Transistors                         • Regulated Power Supplies                                        • Basic Gates
                                                                        • Binary Coding and Computer
• Amplifier Circuitry                 • Regulated Power Supply            Arithmetic                    • Practical Digital Circuits
                                        ­Characteristics
• Fundamentals of Transformers                                          • Logic Circuit Tracing by      • Sequential Logic Circuits
                                      • Working With FET’s                Using
• Unregulated Power Supply
  Characteristics                     • Radio Frequency Amplifiers        Boolean Algebra               END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
• How To Work With Transistors        • Oscillators                     • Digital IC Families with      FOR DIPLOMA
                                      • Sinusoidal Oscillators            Practical Operating
• Transistors - Part I                                                                                  Optional Lesson at
                                                                          Requirements
• Common-Emitter Amplifier            • Measuring and Measuring                                           No Extra Charge:
                                         Instruments                    • Clippers, Clampers, and
  Characteristics                                                                                       • Associate-Level CET Study
                                                                          Binaries
• Transistors - Part II               • Measurement Techniques                                            Guide
                                         Laboratory                     • Pulse Processing Circuits
                                                                        • Multivibrators
These lessons are not listed again for those courses in this catalog.

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COURSE 1A

                 Electronics Technology With FCC License Preparation
                 Course Description
                 Course 1A was designed to help a person obtain the General                                 • 80 Lessons with Instructor Support
                 Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL) and gain a thorough                                 • Completion Time Allowed: 18 Months
                 education in electronics.
                                                                                                            • Clock Hours: 1,020
                 The GROL is required to adjust maintain, or internally repair
                                                                                                            • Preparation for CET Exam (See page 9.)
                 any FCC licensed radiotelephone transmitters in the aviation,
                 maritime and international fixed public radio services. It is issued
                 for the lifetime of the holder.
                 Through the years CIE has been able to compile a great
                 amount of information concerning the types of questions that
                 the FCC include in their examinations. Course 1A includes this
                 information and passes it along to you with additional hints that
                 will help you obtain your FCC General Radiotelephone Operator
                 License (GROL).

                 What will you learn?
                 The curriculum is well rounded and is not restricted to a specific
                 job or industry. It starts with the basics of electronics and then
                 moves on to more advanced topics that include:
                 • AC and DC circuit theory
                 • Identifying components
                 • Digital systems
                 • Fiber optics
                 • Lasers
                 • Digital and data communication
                 • FCC GROL exam preparation and more

                                                     • Operational Amplifiers               • Digital Systems and How To       • Microwave Communications
Lessons

                 • First 36 lessons from
                   Course 1B (see page 8)            • Measuring and Measuring                ­Troubleshoot Them                 Systems
                 • Simplifying Circuit Analysis by     Instruments                          • Improving Your Understanding     • Monochrome and Color
                   Using Kirchhoff’s Laws            • Understanding and Using the             of Tuned-Stage Operation          Television
                 • Currents and Voltages in AC         ­Oscilloscope                        • Modern Modulation Methods        • Digital and Data
                   Circuits                          • Regulated Power Supplies             • Suppressed Carrier Modulation      Communication
                 • Resonant Circuits                 • Systematic Troubleshooting           • Detection and Frequency          • Lasers in Communications and
                 • Using Semiconductor Diodes                                                  Conversion                        Industry
                                                     • Digital Switching Units
                 • Operation of Semiconductor                                               • Receiving Equipment              • FCC Review Lessons Element
                                                     • Sensors used in the Robotics
                   Diodes                                                                   • Batteries, Control Motors, and     l - Part I & II
                                                        System
                 • Unregulated Power Supplies                                                  Other Power Sources             • Pointers & Practice For
                                                     • Robot Control System
                                                                                            • Frequency Modulation               Passing FCC General Class
                 • Operation of Tubes and            • Logic Circuit Tracing by                                                  Exam Part I & II
                   Transistors                          Boolean Algebra                     • Transmission Lines and Wave
                                                                                               Guides                          END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                 • Amplifiers                        • Circuit Response to Non-                                                FOR DIPLOMA
                 • How to Work With Transistors         Sinusoidal Waveforms                • Communication by Fiber
                                                                                               Optics                          Optional Lesson at No Extra
                 • Audio Amplifiers and              • Digital IC Families with Practical                                        Charge:
                   Equipment                            Operating Requirements              • Antennas and Wave
                                                                                               Propagation                     • Associate-Level CET Study
                 • Radio Frequency Amplifiers        • Clippers, Clampers and Binaries                                           Guide (See page 9)
                 • Oscillators                       • Pulse Processing Circuits            • Transmitters
                                                     • Important Digital ICs

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Broadcast Engineering

                                                                                                                                          COURSE 2
Course Description
Course 2 is designed to provide the specialized                      • 95 Lessons with Instructor Support
knowledge required for a career as a broadcast                       • Completion Time Allowed: 24 Months
engineering technician at an AM or FM radio s­ tation                • Clock Hours: 915
or at a TV station. This course is also ­valuable for                • Preparation for CET and FCC Exams
the cable television technician who must maintain
                                                                     • Graduates may be eligible to earn a Certified
and repair studio equipment. This course explores                      Broadcast Technologist certification (CBT) from the
important theories and principles related specifically                 Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE). SBE is the
to broadcasting, but because it does not contain any                   only organization devoted to the advancement of
laboratory work, it is best suited to those students                   all levels and types of broadcast engineering.
who already have some previous education or
practical experience in electronics.

                                        Master the basics of High-Definition Video Filmmaking and then move on to more

Lessons
                                        advanced topics such as how to install and configure an HDV editing system, lighting for
                                        HDV, how to edit and mix audio and how to use 3D images and animations in your work.

• First 36 lessons from Course 1B            • Digital Communication                       • Choosing an HDV Camcorder
  (see page 8)                               • The Telephone System                        • Installing and Configuring and HDV
• Simplifying Circuit Analysis by using      • Data Transmission                             Editing System
  Kirchoff’s Laws                            • Local-Area Networks                         • Operating an HDV Camcorder
• Currents and Voltages in AC Circuits       • Wide-Area Networks and the Internet         • Lighting for HDV
• Resonant Circuits                          • Digital Modulation and Modems               • Designing Effective Compositions
• Using Semiconductor Diodes                 • Multiplexing and Multiple-Access            • Editing HDV
• Operation of Semiconductor Devices           Techniques                                  • Color Correcting Video
• Unregulated Power Supplies                 • Transmission Lines and Radio-Wave           • Editing and Mixing Audio
• Operation of Tubes and Transistors           Propagation                                 • Creating Graphics and Effects for HDV
• Amplifiers                                 • Antennas                                    • Working with 3D Animation and Effects
• How to Work with Transistors               • Microwave Devices                           • Delivering HDV Content
• Audio Amplifiers and Equipment             • Terrestrial Microwave Communications
• Radio Frequency Amplifiers                   Systems                                      END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                                             • Television Fiber Optics                      FOR DIPLOMA
• Oscillators
• Operational Amplifiers                     • Satellite Communication                     Optional Lesson at No Extra Charge:
• Measuring Instruments                      • Cellular Radio                              • Associate-Level
• Understanding and Using the Oscilloscope   • Personal Communication Systems                CET Study
                                             • Paging and Wireless Data Networking           Guide.
• Regulated Power Supplies
                                                                                             See
• Systematic Troubleshooting                 • Fiber-Optics
                                                                                             Page 9.
• Circuit Response to Non-Sinusoidal         • Fiber-Optics Systems
• Clippers, Clampers and Binaries            • FCC Review Lessons Element 1 Part 1
• Introduction to Communications Systems     • FCC Review Lessons Element 1 Part 2
• Radio-Frequency Circuits                   • Pointers & Practices for Passing FCC G.C.
                                               Exam Part 1
• Amplitude Modulation
                                             • Pointers & Practices for Passing FCC G.C.
• Angle Modulation
                                               Exam Part 2
• Transmitters
                                             • Understanding High-Definition Video
• Receivers                                    Formats

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Industrial Electronics with PLC Technology
COURSE 5

                 Course Description
                 Learn to troubleshoot PLCs!
                 Course 5 provides a thorough understanding of industrial
                 electronics and essential troubleshooting techniques
                 necessary to maintain, repair and program a wide array of
                 industrial electronic equipment including robotics, servos and
                 programmable logic controllers. In addition, students graduate
                 with the ability to read and understand many different types of
                 schematics and operational manuals.
                 This course provides a well-rounded e­ lectronics education, but
                 because it does not contain laboratory work, it is best suited for
                 those students who already have some previous education or
                 practical experience in electronics.

                 • 78 Lessons with Instructor Support
                 • Completion Time Allowed: 18 Months
                 • Clock Hours: 930
                 • Preparation for CET Exam (See page 9.)

                                    Lessons
                                           • First 36 lessons from Course   • Audio Amplifiers and          • Logic Circuit Tracing by Using
                                             1B (see page 8)                  Equipment                       Boolean Algebra
                                           • Simplifying Circuit Analysis   • Radio Frequency Amplifiers    • Digital IC Families with
                                             by Using Kirchhoff’s Laws      • Oscillators                     Practical Operating
                                           • Currents and Voltages in                                         Requirements
                                                                            • Operational Amplifiers
                                             AC Circuits                                                    • Clippers, Clampers and
                                                                            • Measuring Instruments
                                           • Resonant Circuits                                                Binaries
                                                                            • Understanding and Using the
                                           • Using Semiconductor Diodes                                     • Pulse Processing Circuits
                                                                              ­Oscilloscope
                                           • Operation of Semiconductor                                     • Important Digital Integrated
                                                                            • Regulated Power Supplies
                                             Diodes                                                           Circuits
                                                                            • Systematic Troubleshooting
                                           • Unregulated Power Supplies                                     • Digital Systems and How To
                                                                            • Circuit Response to Non-        ­Troubleshoot Them
                                           • Operation of Tubes and            Sinusoidal Waveforms
                                             Transistors                                                    • An Overview of Industrial
                                                                            • Digital Switching Units          Control
                                           • Amplifiers                     • Binary Coding and Computer    • Methods and Operation of
                                           • How to Work With Transistors      ­Arithmetic                     the Controller

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What will you learn?
• AC and DC circuit theory           • Servomechanisms
• Identifying components             • Motion and Flow Control
• Robotics                           • PLC Troubleshooting &
• Programmable Logic                   Programming
  Controllers

• DC Motors and Drives        •   Motion Control
• AC Motors and Drives        •   Functional Systems
• Servo Motors &              •   Introduction to Robotics
  Servomechanisms             •   Mechanics Part I - Statics
• Pressure Systems and        •   Mechanics Part II -
  Temperature Control             Dynamics
• Flow Control and Level
  Control Systems             END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
• Analytical and Industrial   FOR DIPLOMA
  Instrumentation             Optional Lesson at
• Detection Sensors             No Extra Charge:
• Programmable Logic          • Associate-Level CET Study
  Controllers
                                Guide, (See page 9)
• PLC Programming,
  Interfacing and
  Troubleshooting

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COURSE 11

                 Electronics Technology &
                 Advanced Troubleshooting 1&2

                                                                                                (All lessons from Course 1B)

                                                                                      Lessons
                                                                                                • Safety
                                                                                                • Introduction to Television
                 Course Description                                                             • The Television System-
                                                                                                   Functional Block Diagram
                 Course 11 is a beginning-level course that expands on the lessons
                                                                                                • Television Troubleshooting
                 from Course 1B to include electronics troubleshooting training.                   Techniques
                 Students graduate with the ability to service consumer electronics             • Power Supplies
                                                                                                • Horizontal Circuits
                 such as TV and home audio equipment. This course contains all the
                                                                                                • High-Voltage Circuits
                 lessons and equipment described for Course 1B.                                 • Vertical Circuits
                                                                                                • Tuners
                 • 118 Lessons with Instructor Support
                                                                                                • Intermediate Frequency
                 • Completion Time Allowed: 36 Months                                              Amplifiers
                                                                                                • Video Circuits and the CRT
                 • Clock Hours: 1,260                                                           • AGC Circuits
                                                                                                • Synchronization Circuits
                 • 201 Laboratory Experiments using CIE’s ­Personal Training                    • Introduction to Color Television
                   Laboratory with CIE’s ­Multimeter                                            • Color Circuits
                                                                                                • Color Symptom
                 • Preparation for CET Exam                                                        Troubleshooting
                                                                                                • Color TV Setup
                 What will you learn?                                                           • Sound Circuits
                                                                                                • Advanced Troubleshooting
                 Electronics Technology and Advanced Troubleshooting starts                        Techniques
                 with the basics of electronics and then moves on to more                       • Interpreting Oscilloscope
                 advanced topics that include:                                                     Waveforms
                                                                                                • Understanding the Operation of a
                 •   AC and DC Circuit Theory                                                      Color Bar Generator
                 •   Identifying Components                                                     • TV and Oscilloscope
                 •   Working with Printed Circuit Boards                                           Adjustments
                                                                                                • Interpreting Practical
                 •   Relays & Robots                                                               Waveforms
                 •   Regulated Power Supplies                                                   • Modern Equipment
                 •   Troubleshooting Digital Systems                                               Construction
                 •   Television Troubleshooting Techniques                                      • Advanced Troubleshooting of
                 •   Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques                                           Modern Circuitry
                 •   Understanding and Using the Oscilloscope
                                                                                                END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                 •   Advanced Troubleshooting of Modern Circuitry and more                      FOR DIPLOMA
                                                                                                Optional Lesson at No Extra Charge:
                                                                                                • Associate-Level CET Study Guide
                                                                                                  (See page 9)

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COURSE 14B
Electronics Technology with Digital &
Microprocessor Laboratories
Course Description                                                     What will you learn?
                                                                       This program starts with the basics of electronics and
Course 14B is CIE’s most advanced troubleshooting                      then moves on to more advanced topics that include:
program. This course expands on the lessons                            • AC and DC circuit theory
from Course 1B to prepare students for jobs in                         • Identifying components
computer maintenance, advanced industrial control/                     • Working with printed circuit boards
instrumentation systems, and microprocessor control.
                                                                       • Relays & Robots
This is a laboratory-intensive course that contains all                • Regulated power supplies
the lessons and equipment described for Course 1B                      • Troubleshooting digital systems
plus the equipment and lessons listed below.                           • PIC Program Coding and the
                                                                         68HC11 Microcontroller
• 155 Lessons with Instructor Support
                                                                       • Oscilloscope Measurements
• Completion Time Allowed: 42 Months                                   • Introduction to Computers and Microprocessors
• Clock Hours: 1,590                                                   • Digital Integrated Circuits

• Over 140 Laboratory Experiments using CIE’s                          • Digital Systems and How
                                                                         To Troubleshoot Them
  Personal Training Laboratory, Multimeter, and
                                                                       • Plus more!
  Digital Security Control Device
• Preparation for CET Exam

   Lessons
    • All lessons from Course 1B               • Karnaugh Maps                              • Introduction to Computer Hardware
      (see page 8)                             • NOR and NAND Gate Circuits                 • Introduction to Computer Software
    • Safety                                   • Discrete Logic Gates                       • Computer Arithmetic
    • Introduction to Television               • Digital Integrated Circuits                • 68HC11 Programming, Part A
    • The Television System-Functional Block   • Digital Flip-Flops                         • 68HC11 Programming, Part B
      Diagram                                  • One-Shots, Astables and Schmitt Triggers   • Branching and Loops
    • Television Troubleshooting Techniques    • Counter Design                             • Indexing Through Memory
    • Power Supplies                           • Modulus Counters                           • Subroutines
    • Horizontal Circuits                      • Shift Registers and Counters               • Reading Assembly Listings
    • Vertical Circuits                        • Binary Codes and Converters                • Memory Systems I
    • Tuners                                   • Multiplexers-Demultiplexers                • Memory Systems II
    • Intermediate Frequency Amplifiers        • CMOS Digital Logic                         • General Purpose I/O
    • Video Circuits and the CRT               • Digital Interfacing Circuits               • HC11 Interrupts and Resets
    • AGC Circuits                             • ROMs, PROMs and PLAs                       • Analog Capture Port-Port E
    • Synchronization Circuits                 • Introduction to Computers and              • Timed Events-Port-A
    • Introduction to Color Television           Microprocessors                            • Serial Communication-Port D
    • Color Circuits                           • Oscilloscope Measurements                  • C-Language: A Higher-Level Language
    • Color Symptom Troubleshooting            • Oscilloscope Triggering
    • Color TV Setup                           • Oscilloscope Analysis of Analog and        END OF LESSONS REQUIRED FOR
    • Sound Circuits                             Digital Circuits                           DIPLOMA
    • Advanced Troubleshooting Techniques      • Registers
    • Introduction to Digital Electronics      • Arithmetic Logic Units                     Optional Lesson at No Extra Charge:
    • Number Systems                           • Timing and Control                         • Certified Electronics Technician
    • Fundamentals of Boolean Algebra          • Memory Units                               • (CET) Study Guide (Associate-Level)

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Computer Programming with JAVA and C#
Course 1C

             Course Description
             CIE’s Computer Programming with JAVA and C# was designed
             to provide an individual having little or no computer background
             with the knowledge to join the ever-growing field of computer
             programming!
             Students graduate with the ability to understand, analyze and
             program various computer applications used in the business,
             manufacturing and service industries today.

                                                                                  Lessons
             In addition, you will be able to develop and build Web Pages and
             learn how to install and run applications and perform basic system
             management on your PC.

                                                                                  Introduction to Computers
             • 48 Lessons with Instructor Support                                 • Introduction to Computers
                                                                                  • The Internet and the World Wide Web
             • Completion Time Allowed: 12 Months                                 • Application Software
                                                                                  • The Components of the System Unit
             • Clock Hours: 810                                                   • Input
             • Course 1C requires Windows • Microsoft Internet                    • Output
                                                                                  • Storage
               Explorer • Connection to the internet.                             • Operating Systems & Utility Programs

            16    Enroll on-line at www.cie-wc.edu or call 800-243-6446
What will you learn?
                                        This unique distance learning course includes 48 lessons on:

                                        • Introduction to Computers                  • Intro to JAVA
                                        • Operating Systems                          • C# Programming
                                        • Create a Multimedia Web Page

Operating Systems                       • Programming with JavaScript                C# Programming
• Introduction to Operating Systems     • Working with JavaScript Objects & Events   • OOP and Creating a Simple Application
• Computer Security Basics              • Creating a Multimedia Web Page             • Manipulating and Storing Data in
• Desktop Virtualization                • Working with Dynamic Page Layout I           Objects
• Disk Operating System (DOS)           • Working with Dynamic Page Layout II        • Program Flow Decisions and Exceptions
• Windows XP Professional                                                            • Adding Methods to Objects
• Windows Vista and Windows 7           Introduction to Java Programming:            • Program Loops
• Under the Windows                     • Intro to Computers, the Internet and WWW   • Arrays and Collections
• Linux on the Desktop                  • Intro to Java Applications                 • Encapsulation
• Mac OS X on the Desktop               • Intro to Classes & Objects                 • User Interface Objects
• The Client Side of Networking         • Control Statements Part 1                  • Data Files and Persistence
                                        • Control Statements Part 2                  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
An Introduction to Web Page Design      • Methods: A Deeper Look
• Web Page Development with Hypertext   • Arrays                                     END OF LESSONS REQUIRED FOR
  Links                                                                              DIPLOMA
                                        • Classes and Objects: A Deeper Look
• Designing a Web Page                  • Object Oriented Programming: Inheritance
• Frames and Tables in Web Pages        • Programming Files
• Creating Web Page Forms
• Working with Cascading Style Sheets

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COURSE 2C

                 A+ Certification & Computer Technology

                 Course Description
                 Cleveland Institute of Electronics created a course that will train an
                 individual with little or no computer background about computer
                 technology. Learn how to troubleshoot PCs while preparing for the
                 CompTIA A+ Certification exam.
                 A+ Certification signifies that an individual possesses the knowledge and
                 skills needed for an entry level Computer Service Technician, as defined
                 by experts from companies across the industry.
                 Course 2C includes 33 lessons with instructor support that culminates in
                 a Diploma from Cleveland Institute of Electronics in A+ Certification and
                 Computer Technology.
                 • Completion time allowed is 8 months
                 • Clock Hours: 540
                 After you complete all 33 lessons you will be prepared to take the A+
                 Certification exam from CompTIA and do the following:

                 • Troubleshoot and Maintain Computers
                 • Hard Drive Installation and Support
                 • Networking Fundamentals
                 • Work with Different Operating Systems
                 • Work with Printers, Notebooks and Memories
                 • Work with Multimedia Technology
                 • Disaster Recovery and Virus Control

                                                                                                    Introduction to Computers
                                                                                          Lessons

                                                                                                    • Introduction to Computers
                                                                                                    • The Internet and the World Wide Web
                                                                                                    • Application Software
                                                                                                    • The Components of the System Unit
                                                                                                    • Input
                                                                                                    • Output
                                                                                                    • Storage
                                                                                                    • Operating Systems & Utility Programs

            18       Enroll on-line at www.cie-wc.edu or call 800-243-6446
What is A+ Certification?
                             The CompTIA A+ Certification is one of the most desired
                             credentials in the Information Technology industry.

                             A+ Certification signifies that the certified individual possesses
                             the knowledge and skills essential for a successful entry-level
                             computer service technician, as defined by experts from
                             companies across the industry.

                             A+ Certification is sponsored by the Computing Technology
                             Industry Association (CompTIA) and is backed by major computer
                             hardware and software vendors, distributors, resellers and
                             publications.

                             CIE does not administer the CompTIA Certification exam. Visit
                             www.comptia.org to find the nearest CompTIA Certification
                             testing center.

Operating Systems                                 A+ Certification Prep
• Introduction to Operating Systems               • Introducing Hardware                            • Networking Essentials
• Computer Security Basics                        • Introducing Operating Systems                   • Security Essentials
• Desktop Virtualization                          • Working with People in a Technical World        • Security Practices
• Disk Operating System (DOS)                     • Form Factors and Power Supplies                 • Supporting Notebooks and Printers
• Windows XP Professional                         • Supporting Processors & Motherboards
                                                                                                     END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
• Windows Vista and Windows 7                     • Upgrading Memory and Hard Drives
                                                                                                     FOR DIPLOMA
• Under the Windows                               • Installing and Supporting I/O Devices, Multi-
• Linux on the Desktop                              media Devices and Mass Storage

• Mac OS X on the Desktop                         • PC Maintainance and Troubleshooting

• The Client Side of Networking                   • Installing and Maintaining Windows
                                                  • Optimizing Windows
                                                  • Fixing Windows Problems

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COURSE 6C

                 Computer Security Specialist

                 Course Description
                 Learn how to design, install and manage computer security systems.
                 CIE’s Computer Security Specialist course was designed to provide the
                 specialized knowledge required for a career in Cyber Security. This field
                 is growing rapidly as cyber attacks on business and government servers
                 become more common.
                 Master computer security techniques in an easy-to-understand format.
                 Students learn to design and implement computer security systems and
                 related protocols in different settings and protect networks from attack.
                 After you complete this program you’ll receive a Certificate along with the
                 opportunity to prepare for the CompTIA Security+ certification.
                 Course 6C includes 35 lessons with instructor support that culminates in
                 a Certificate from Cleveland Institute of Electronics.
                 • Completion time allowed is 8 months
                 • Clock Hours: 270

                 Learn how to:
                 • Identify threats to a computer network
                 • Address cyber terrorism, industrial espionage & encryption
                 • Defend against DoS attacks
                 • Install, design, and implement a virtual private network
                 • Analyze log files for network forensics
                                                                                                Computer Security
                                                                                      Lessons

                 • Master concepts of firewalls and VPNs
                                                                                                • Introduction to Computer Security
                 • Use tools & techniques used by hackers
                                                                                                • Networks and the Internet
                 • Implement strategies to defend networks                                      • Cyber-stalking, Fraud and Abuse
                   from outside attacks                                                         • Denial-of-Service Attacks
                                                                                                • Malware
                                                                                                • Project 1
                                                                                                • Techniques Used by Hackers
                                                                                                • Industrial Espionage in Cyberspace
                                                                                                • Encryption
                                                                                                • Computer Security Software
                                                                                                • Project 2

            20       Enroll on-line at www.cie-wc.edu or call 800-243-6446
New
                                                                                        Course!

                                             Career Outlook
                                             The demand for computer security specialists have increased in recent years
                                             as cyber attacks have become more sophisticated.
                                             According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of
                                             information security analysts nationwide is projected to grow by 22% from
                                             2010 through 2020, which is faster than the 14%
                                             average growth rate for all occupations.
                                             Learn about emerging cyber security
                                             technologies and get started on a new
                                             and exciting career path!

Firewalls and VPNs                       •    Encryption – The Foundation for the    • Internet Security
                                              Virtual Private Network
• Introduction to Information Security                                               • Personal Security
                                         •    Setting Up a Virtual Private Network
• Security Policies and Standards                                                    • Wireless Network Security
• Authenticating Users                   Security Policies                           • Enterprise Security
• Project 1                              • Network Scanning and                      • Case Project 1
• Introduction to Firewalls                Vulnerability Scanning                    • Case Project 2
• Packet Filtering                       • Cyber Terrorism and
                                           Information Warfare
• Firewall Configuration and
  Administration                         • Introduction to Forensics / Project 3
• Project 2                                                                          END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                                         • Security Policies and Awarenesss
• Working with Proxy Servers and                                                     FOR Certificate
                                         • Introduction to Security
  Application-Level Firewalls
                                         • Desktop Security
•   Implementing the Bastion Host

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COURSE 3C

                 CompTIA Network+ Certification & Computer Technology
                 Course Description
                 Learn Computer Networking with CIE’s
                 CompTIA Network+ Course!
                 This course will train individuals with little or no
                 computer networking background about computer
                 technology and prepare them to pass the CompTIA
                 Network+ Certification exam.
                 Course 3C includes 30 lessons with instructor
                 support that culminates in a Diploma from Cleveland
                 Institute of Electronics in Network+ Certification and
                 Computer Technology.
                 • Completion time allowed is 8 months
                 • Clock Hours: 450

                 After you complete all 30 lessons you will be
                 prepared to take the Network+ Certification test
                 from CompTIA and do the following:
                 • Understand Networking Standards
                 • Maintain and Upgrade a Network
                 • Troubleshoot Network Problems
                 • Network with TCP/IP and the Internet
                 • Networking with Unix and more!
            Lessons

                        What is Network+?                            Introduction to Computers                Operating Systems
                        The CompTIA Network+ Certification           • Introduction to Computers              • Introduction to Operating Systems
                        validates competency in networking
                        administration and support.                  • The Internet and the World Wide Web    • Computer Security Basics
                                                                     • Application Software                   • Desktop Virtualization
                        Those holding Network+ Certification
                                                                     • The Components of the System Unit      • Disk Operating System (DOS)
                        demonstrate critical knowledge of media
                        and topologies, protocols and standards,     • Input                                  • Windows XP Professional
                        network implementation and network
                        support.                                     • Output                                 • Windows Vista and Windows 7
                                                                     • Storage                                • Under the Windows
                        This certification is geared towards those   • Operating Systems & Utility Programs   • Linux on the Desktop
                        with nine months experience in network
                        administration and support.                                                           • Mac OS X on the Desktop
                                                                                                              • The Client Side of Networking

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Career Paths
Network+ Certification Preparation            The CompTIA Network+ certification is a strong foundation that can be applied to
• An Introduction to Networking, Networking   a wide variety of careers in many industries. Combined with networking experience,
  Standards and OSI Model                     the career options listed here are ideal for Network+ certified individuals.
• Transmission Basics and Networking Media    • Field Support Technician (entry level)
• Introduction to TCP/IP Protocols            • Network Administrator (entry level)
• Topologies & Ethernet Standards             • Network Support Technician (entry level)
• Network Hardware
• WANS and Remote Connectivity                Instructor Assistance:
• Wireless Networking
                                              Contact our instructors anytime you have a question with your course work.
• Network Operating Systems and               They’ll work with you one-on-one to answer your questions and provide technical
  In-depth TCP/IP Networking                  assistance when needed - even if it’s Saturday.
• Voice and Video Over IP
• Network Security
                                              Special Note:
• Troubleshooting Network Problems
                                              The instruction staff at CIE recommends that students have a solid foundation in PC
• Maintaining and Upgrading a Network,        Hardware and troubleshooting before taking this course. If you’re not comfortable
  Ensuring Integrity and Availability         with your PC hardware and troubleshooting skills they suggest taking CIE’s A+
                                              Certification and Computer Technology course (course 2C) as a prerequisite to the
  END OF LESSONS REQUIRED                     Network+ course (course 3C).
  FOR DIPLOMA

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COURSE 4C

                 Introduction to Computers and Microsoft Office
                 Course Description
                 Learn important computer fundamentals while creating
                 professional looking documents with Microsoft Office!
                 No previous computer experience is required.
                 This course will train individuals with little or no computer background
                 how to run and maintain a PC and be proficient with Microsoft Office.
                 Step-by-step learning labs cover real world projects
                 in Excel, Word, Access & Power Point.
                 Gain valuable computer career skills employers are looking for without
                 leaving your home!
                 Course 4C includes 30 lessons with instructor support
                 that culminates in a Diploma from Cleveland Institute of Electronics.
                 Start training to become a Data Processor or Computer Assistant.
                 • Completion time allowed: 8 months
                 • Clock Hours: 450

                                                       What will you learn?
                                                       • Computer Hardware                             • Microsoft Power Point
                                                       • Software Fundamentals                         • Printers and Fonts
                                                       • Microsoft Windows                             • Maintaining Computers
                                                       • Microsoft Word                                • Graphics
                                                       • Microsoft Excel                               • Internet
                                                       • Microsoft Access

                         Introduction to Computers                 •   Windows Vista and Windows 7            •   Access Project 2
                         • Introduction to Computers               •   Under the Windows                      •   Access Project 3
             Lessons

                         • The Internet and the World Wide Web     •   Linux on the Desktop                   •   PowerPoint Project 1
                         • Application Software                    •   Mac OS X on the Desktop                •   PowerPoint Project 2
                         • The Components of the System Unit       •   The Client Side of Networking          •   PowerPoint Project 3
                         • Input
                         • Output                                                                                 END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                                                                                                                  FOR DIPLOMA
                         • Storage                                 Introduction to Microsoft
                         • Operating Systems & Utility Programs    • Word Project 1
                                                                   • Word Project 2
                         Operating Systems                         • Word Project 3
                         • Introduction to Operating Systems       • Excel Project 1
                         • Computer Security Basics                • Excel Project 2
                         • Desktop Virtualization                  • Excel Project 3
                         • Disk Operating System (DOS)
                                                                   • Access Project 1
                         • Windows XP Professional

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COURSE 5C
 Introduction to Home Automation Installation
 Course Description
 Learn to service and troubleshoot home                                 Gain valuable career skills employers are looking for
 automated systems!                                                     without leaving your home! Course 5C includes 30
                                                                        lessons with instructor support that culminates in a
 Gain valuable skills that will help you install, service
                                                                        Diploma from Cleveland Institute of Electronics.
 and troubleshoot home automated systems like
 home security, audio/video, computer networks,                         Start training to become an Electronic Home
 electrical wiring, HVAC, cable and satellite.                          Entertainment Installer and Repairer today.
 Learn what it takes to prepare for a career in one                     • Completion time allowed: 8 months
 of the fastest areas of growth in the electronics                      • Clock Hours: 450
 industry - Home Automation.
 This introductory course does not require any
 previous home networking experience but by the
 end of the course you will have a solid foundation in
 home technology integration.

 What will you learn?
 • Structured Wiring                       •    Security Systems
 • Home Computer Networks                  •    Computer Hardware
 • Troubleshooting Audio & Video           •    Software Fundamentals
   Systems                                 •    Operating Systems
 • Home Lighting Systems                   •    Programming & integrating
 • Telecommunications                           control devices
 • HVAC and Water Management

          Introduction to Computers
Lessons

                                                      Digital Home Technology Integrator
          • Introduction to Computers                 • DHTI Basics
          • The Internet and the World Wide Web       • Home Computer Networks - Install &
          • Application Software                         Troubleshoot
          • The Components of the System Unit         • Distributed Audio Basics - Terminology &
          • Input                                        Components
          • Output                                    • Distributed Audio - Install & Troubleshoot
          • Storage                                   • Distributed Video Basics - Signal & Cable
                                                         Types & Satellite
          • Operating Systems & Utility Programs
                                                      • Home Communication Systems - Design,
                                                         Install & Troubleshoot
          Operating Systems
                                                      • Security System Basics
          • Introduction to Operating Systems
                                                      • Security Systems - Design & Install
          • Computer Security Basics
                                                      • Maintaining Home Surveillance Systems
          • Desktop Virtualization
                                                      • Home Lighting Basics
          • Disk Operating System (DOS)
                                                      • Home Lighting Interfaces and Control
          • Windows XP Professional                      Systems
          • Windows Vista and Windows 7               • HVAC, Power Protection, Home Control
          • Under the Windows                            Troubleshooting
          • Linux on the Desktop
          • Mac OS X on the Desktop                     END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
                                                        FOR DIPLOMA
          • The Client Side of Networking

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Wireless & Electronic Communications
COURSE 4

                                                                            Course Description
                                                                            CIE’s Wireless and Electronic Communications course was
                                                                            designed to provide a thorough understanding of Wireless and
                                                                            Personal Communications along with providing a solid core of
                                                                            instruction in electronics.
                                                                            This program explores important theories and principles related
                                                                            specifically to communications, but because it does not contain any
                                                                            laboratory work, it is best suited to those students who already have
                                                                            some previous education or practical experience in electronics.
                                                                            • 84 Lessons with Instructor Support
                                                                            • Completion Time Allowed: 24 Months
                                                                            • Clock Hours: 930
                                                                            • Preparation for CET and FCC Exams

                                                                            What will you learn?
                                                                            • Basic Electronics                      • Personal Area
                                                                            • Diagram and Schematic                    Networks
                                                                              Reading                                • Local Area Networks
                                                                            • Component Identification                 & Wide Area
                                                                            • Digital and Data                         Networks
                                                                              Communications                         • Lasers in
                                                                            • Wireless Communications                  Communications and
                                                                            • Digital Cellular Technology              Industry
                                                                            • Radio Frequency                        • Communications by
                                                                              Communications                           Fiber Optics
                                                                            • Fixed Wireless

           Lessons                                   • Detection and Frequency
                                                       Conversion
                                                     • Receiving Equipment
                                                                                              • Lasers in Communications and
                                                                                                Industry
                                                                                              • Communication by Fiber Optics
           • First 36 lessons from Course 1B         • Batteries, Control Motors, and Other   • Introduction to Wireless
             (see page 8)                              Power Sources                            Communication
           • Simplifying Circuit Analysis by Using   • Frequency Modulation                   • How Wireless Works
             Kirchhoff’s Laws                        • Transmission Lines and Wave Guides     • Understanding Wireless Radio
           • Currents and Voltages in AC Circuits    • Antennas and Wave Propagation            Frequency Communication
           • Resonant Circuits                       • Transmitters                           • Infrared
           • Using Semiconductor Diodes              • Suppressed-Carrier Modulation and      • Bluetooth
           • Operation of Semiconductor Devices        Single Sideband Transmission           • Low Speed Wireless Local Area
           • Unregulated Power Supplies              • RF Amplifier Analysis                    Network
           • Operation of Tubes and Transistors      • Microwave Communications               • High Speed WLANs and WLAN
                                                       Systems                                  Security
           • Amplifiers
                                                     • Monochrome and Color Television        • Digital Cellular Phones
           • How to Work With Transistors
                                                     • Programmable Controllers               • Fixed Wireless
           • Audio Amplifiers and Equipment
                                                     • FCC Review Lessons Element 1           • Wireless Communication in Business
           • Radio Frequency Amplifiers
                                                       Part 1                                 • History of Wireless Communication
           • Oscillators
                                                     • FCC Review Lessons Element 1             and Technical Summaries
           • Operational Amplifiers                    Part 2
           • Measuring and Measuring Instruments     • Pointers and Practice for Passing      END OF LESSONS REQUIRED
           • Understanding and Using the               FCC GC Exam Part 1                     FOR DIPLOMA Optional Lessons at
             ­Oscilloscope                                                                    No Extra Charge:
                                                     • Pointers and Practice for Passing
           • Regulated Power Supplies                  FCC GC Exam Part 2                     • Associate-Level CET Study Guide
           • Systematic Troubleshooting              • Digital and Data Communications          (See page 9)
           • Modern Modulation Methods

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