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New and Improved, Science

Electronics are present in virtually every tool, appliance, or device we use today. In this course, we will explore the world of electronics from basic concepts (such as voltage, current, and power) to resistors and capacitors, electrical schematics, and microcontrollers. This course will also include hands-on projects using a digital multimeter, breadboard, microcontroller, wires, resistors, and other components. This course provides an introduction to the field of electronics and a foundation upon which to build further study and experience.

Grade Levels*:
9, 10, 11, 12
* Enrollment restricted based on Date of Birth and Grad Year (whichever is more limiting). Enrollment outside these levels requires written concurrence from TPS Support.
• Successful completion (70% or higher) of a TPS Algebra (or higher) course
━ OR ━
• Successful completion of Readiness Test
Notes and Conditions

Lab Activities: Lab exercises reinforce the concepts covered in the class and provide a hands-on learning experience with the course content. However, this course does not have sufficient lab work to fulfill the requirements of a high school “lab science.”

“Through this course I learned how many of the different components in computers or electronically powered machines work. I also learned a lot about how each individual piece works in the real world and how I could use it to build my own things.”

Jamin S
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