This is a comprehensive course in electronics that covers the basics of electricity, electronics and digital systems. The student will analyze, construct, test, and interface electronic components including resistors, capacitors, inductors, logic gates, combinational logic circuits, flipflops, counters, encoders, and decoders. Students may choose to test for ETA certification (EM1-5) at the end of the course. Cost for all five testing modules is $125, student pays for testing at the assessment center.
All MNTC instruction and curriculum is provided in English unless specifically stated otherwise.
Prospective students must pass reading and math placement tests, OR have an ACT math score of 15 (no older than 2 years from date of application) or a college algebra class with a completion letter grade of C or better. Must meet with a career advisor to confirm pre-requisites. Student must have internet access outside of class.
It is the policy of the technology center board of education that students who have paid tuition for adult programs be given full or partial refunds under conditions stated in established guidelines.
A 1098-T Tuition Statement provides documentation you may be able to use to apply for education tax credits when you file your tax return. If you decline to provide your Social Security Number, we will not be able to provide you with a 1098-T.
If you would like to receive a 1098-T form, please provide the name filed on your income taxes and social security number using the provided link. Forms can be delivered in person to either campus or mailed to the following address;
Moore Norman Technology Center
PO Box 4701
Norman, OK 73070
If you have questions please use one of the following options to contact our office:
- Phone: (405) 801-5090 or (405) 801-5091 and speak to a bursar representative
- In Person at Franklin Road: Click here for directions & business hours
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