In Digital Electronics, students build a knowledge base for working with electronic components and the digital design process. Students use LabVIEW, data acquisition devices, and breadboards to create, test, analyze, and improve electronic designs. This is a project-based environment that requires students to build prototypes or use simulation software to test designs. Different Logic design approaches are explored and compared. These include both component and microcontroller design approaches. Additionally, students explore career opportunities, employer expectations, employability skills, and educational needs in engineering and design occupations.