Putting Amateur Radio on My Transcript

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  1. KV4LQ

    KV4LQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    First off, I'm homeschooled. We're looking to place Amateur Radio on my highschool transcript, and are having difficulty coming up with a course name and description. I have been involved in all kinds of amateur radio activities; emcomm, field day, circuit design (with and without CAD) and building, the works. Does anyone have any ideas? Looking for something that qualifies as a whole credit.
     
  2. WB7OXP

    WB7OXP Ham Member Volunteer DX Helper QRZ Page

    daniel

    congratulations on your technical accomplishments

    here's a quick list of "course titles" i used "fundamentals", because it lets you have lots of room for advanced levels, and it also lets your individual courses be broader based and more investigative.

    good luck

    fundamentals of electronics

    fundamentals of public radio communications managment

    fundamentals of electronic control systems

    fundamentals of electronic communications systems - analog

    fundamentals of electronics communication systems - digital

    fundamentals of improvised communications techniques and implementations

    fundamentals of electronics design and construction
     
  3. KV4LQ

    KV4LQ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Hmm, lots of courses. We were looking for something that fits in a single course (maybe a two-year course) and the MAX name length is 20 characters, including spaces.
     
  4. KW4EK

    KW4EK Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Just do "Fundamentals of Amateur Radio", and abbreviate "Fundamentals" as "Fund.". Or, if you want a more basic description without abbreviations, try "Radio Technology".
     
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