Engineering Technology

Electronics Engineering Technology Program

Accreditation:

The Electronics Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET (http://www.abet.org).

Program Educational Objectives

  1. Prepare graduates to enter careers in design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and/or maintenance of electrical/ electronic(s) systems.
  2. Prepare graduates for development and implementation of electrical/ electronic(s) systems, and be able to build, test, operate, and maintain existing electrical systems.
  3. Prepare graduates who can collaborate with others as a member or as a leader in an engineering team.

Program Outcomes:

a) demonstrate appropriate mastery of knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of their disciplines;
b) apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology;
c) conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments and apply results to improve processes;
d) apply creativity in the design of systems, components, or processes;
e) function effectively in teams;
f) identify, analyze, and solve technical problems;
g) communicate effectively;
h) recognize the need for life-long learning;
i) understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities;
j) respect diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, & global issues;
k) commitment to quality, timeless and continuous improvement;
 

Enrollment and Graduation Data:

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Schedule:

Fifth Semester, Fall Credits

EET 315 Microprocessors and Digital System Design

3

EET 316 Microprocessors and Digital System Design Lab

1

 MTT 300 Applied Math

4

GET 310 Computer System Technology

3

 *Adviser's List

9
Total 20

 

 
Sixth Semester, Spring Credits

MTT 301 Advanced Applied Math

4

EET 320 Embedded Microprocessor Systems

3

EET 321 Embedded Microprocessor Systems Lab

1

EET 330 Advanced Circuit Analysis

3

*Adviser's List

9
Total 20

 

 
Seventh Semester, Fall Credits

EET 410 Power Elect. Systems

3

EET 411 Power Elect. Systems Lab

1

EET 415 Electronic Circuits, Signals, and Systems

3

EET 416 Electronic Circuits, Signals, and Systems Lab

1

EET 430 Applications of FPGA and VHDL

3

EET 460 Senior Design A

1

*Adviser's List

6
Total 18

 

 
Eighth Semester, Spring Credits

EET 440 Feedback Control Systems

3

EET 441 Feedback Control Systems Lab

1

EET 480 Senior Design B

3

GET 444 HMI for PLCs

4

*Adviser's List

6
Total 17
Program Total 75

The Advisor's List

The Adviser's List is comprised of the following:

  1. Technical Electives—3 courses (7 credits)
  2. Basic Science Elective—4 credits
  3. Communications Elective—3 credits
  4. University General Education (GenEd) Requirements—9 credits
  5. Business Elective — 3 credits
  6. Programming Elective — 3 credits

The Engineering Technology Department adviser specifies items 1 and 2. See your adviser to obtain a current listing of applicable courses.

Items 1 and 6 may vary in the number of credits required, if any, depending upon what courses transferred. See your Engineering Technology Department adviser to find out what is applicable.