## About the Program

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

**About the Program**

The Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics program prepares students to design, test, and fabricate solid-state circuits and systems (both digital and analog), microwave systems, and control systems.

Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics graduates work in electronic and digital circuit design, testing, and manufacturing; microwave wireless communications and telecommunications; and control systems and robotics.

### About the Engineering Technology Department

126 Technology Building

1300 Elmwood Ave

Buffalo, NY 14222

Phone: (716) 878-6017

Fax: (716) 878-3033

https://engineeringtechnology.buffalostate.edu/

## Carreer Information

Students will acquire:

1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.

2. An ability to design systems, components, or processes meeting specified needs for broadly-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline.

3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in broadly defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.

4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results to improve processes.

5. An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team.

## Program Requirements

General Education 23 Requirements

33 credit hours * 33

**Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Major Requirements (57 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 446 DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS 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**

25-30 credit hours 25-30

CHE 111 FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I

& CHE 113 LABORATORY FOR FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I (4)

CIS 151 COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION PROCESSING I

PHY 107 GENERAL PHYSICS I (4-5)

or PHY 111 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I

PHY 108 GENERAL PHYSICS II (4-5)

or PHY 112 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II

*Math Option 1*

MAT 126 APPLIED CALCULUS I (4)

MAT 127 APPLIED CALCULUS II (4)

MAT 202 INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA **

*Math Option 2*

MAT 161 CALCULUS I

& MAT 163 USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS I (MAT 163 should be taken concurrently with MAT 161 if taken at Buffalo State University) (4-5)

MAT 162 CALCULUS II

& MAT 164 USING TECHNOLOGY TO EXPLORE CALCULUS II (MAT 164 should be taken concurrently with MAT 162 if taken at Buffalo State University) (4-5)

MAT 315 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS **

**Electives 6-10Total Credit Hours 120**

*GE 23 number of credits is 33. However, required courses outside of major, such as MAT 126 or MAT 161 satisfy Mathematics and Quantitative Reasoning in GE 23; CHE 111 or PHY 107/111 satisfy Natural Science and Scientific Reasoning in GE 23. Therefore, the number of remaining credits in GE 23 required by the program is (33 – 6) = 27 cr. [In GE 23 courses for each category are counted as 3 credits each. Therefore, the total number deducted is 6 credits].

**MAT 202 for Track 1 and MAT 315 for Track 2 are preferred courses. Other mathematics courses such as Calculus III (MAT 263) , or Discrete Mathematics (MAT 270) may be suggested by program advisement to better meet student’s career choices.