This work is presented in three chapters. Chapter 1 is an introduction containing a brief history of electronics and instrumentation lab courses taught at universities. It covers the current state of affairs of the lab class Phys 311: Electronics for Scientists, taught at SDSU, and outlines the problems which are addressed in the design of the proposed laboratory. It also summarizes the design and schematics for the workstation’s external chassis, which provides housing and support for the circuit modules. Chapter 2 contains the designs and schematics for printed circuit boards used for each circuit module, as well as a list of experiments that can be taught using the modular workstation. Chapter 3 contains the theory and experiments for teaching 311 using the workstation. Experimental procedures for each lab are included in the Appendix.