The Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
About the Program
Electrical Engineering Technology graduates who specialize in electronics are employed in the design, testing, fabrication, and application of solid-state circuits and systems (both digital and analog), communication systems, and control systems. This includes consumer products, as well as industrial electronics and computer equipment.
Evening study available.
Intellectual Foundations Requirements
33-39 credit hours 1 33-39
Electrical Engineering Technology Major Requirements (54 credit hours)
ENT 104 ESSENTIALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 3
ENT 300 MATHEMATICS APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY 3
ENT 301 MECHANICS I 3
ENT 330 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS I 3
ENT 332 ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS II 3
ENT 341 ELECTRONICS 3
ENT 342 ADVANCED CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 3
ENT 345 DIGITAL SYSTEMS 3
ENT 346 MICROCONTROLLERS 3
ENT 351 ANALOG CIRCUITS ANALYSIS 3
ENT 371 ELECTRIC MACHINES 3
ENT 441 COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGY 3
ENT 442 RF AND MICROWAVE COMMUNICATIONS 3
ENT 452 ANALOG SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS 3
ENT 461 CONTROL SYSTEMS I 3
ENT 462 CONTROL SYSTEMS II 3
ENT 465 ELECTRICAL DESIGN I 3
ENT 466 ELECTRICAL DESIGN II 3
Requirements Outside of Major
28-33 credit hours *1 28-33
Select 3-12 credit hours from the following: 3-12
CHE 101 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I *2
or CHE 111 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
CHE 102 or CHE 112 or BIO 211 or PHY 213/PHY 310 or PHY 308 or PHY 315, or other science course with a lab approved by faculty advisement.
CIS 151 or CIS 111 or equivalent.
PHY 107 GENERAL PHYSICS I *2 (4)
or PHY 111 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I
PHY 108 GENERAL PHYSICS II *2 (4)
or PHY 112 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II
Math Option *1
MAT 126 APPLIED CALCULUS I *2 (4)
MAT 127 APPLIED CALCULUS II (4)
MAT 311 INTRODUCTORY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS (Preferred for this option. Other mathematics courses such as Calculus III, Linear Algebra, or Discrete Mathematics maybe suggested by program advisement to better meet students career choices.)
Math Option *2
MAT 161/163 CALCULUS I *2
MAT 162/164 CALCULUS II
MAT 315 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS (Preferred for this option, Other mathematics courses such as Calculus III, Linear Algebra, or Discrete Mathematics maybe suggested by program advisement to better meet students career choices.)
Total Credit Hours 120
*1 The following accreditation requirements can be included in the Intellectual Foundations 2014 requirements and electives (7-9 from Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning as well as from Natural Science will overlap with IF14 requirements).
*2 Courses overlapping with IF14 requirements.
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