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Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

College of Education and Professional Studies

EET : Curriculum

The Electronics Engineering Technology program offers a wide range of electrical topics throughout the curriculum.  Graduates are well-rounded professionals ready to meet industry's needs.

The EET program offers four elective sequences for students to tailor their interests with their educational and career goals.

Students interested in pursuing Engineering or Graduate degrees should plan on taking PHYS 181, 182, 183 and MATH through differential equations.

Courses Required for Entrance

 

The EET curriculum is below.  You can also find it in the CWU catalog

 

EET Curriculum

Core Requirements - Credits: 68

  •     CS 110 - Programming Fundamentals I Credits: (4)
  •     EET 221 - Basic Electricity Credits: (3)
  •     EET 221LAB - Basic Electricity Laboratory Credits: (1)
  •     EET 271 - Digital Circuits Credits: (4)
  •     EET 312 - Basic Electronics Credits: (4)
  •     EET 323 - Active Linear Circuits Credits: (4)
  •     EET 325 - Electrical Networks Credits: (4)
  •     EET 343 - Process Control Credits: (4)
  •     EET 372 - Advanced Digital Circuits Credits: (4)
  •     EET 373 - Introduction to Embedded Programming Credits: (4)
  •     EET 374 - Microprocessors Credits: (4)
  •     EET 376 - Advanced Microprocessors Credits: (4)
  •     EET 426 - Advanced Electrical Network Credits: (4)
  •     EET 452 - Computer Networks Credits: (4)
  •     ETSC 241 - Programmable Logic Controller Applications Credits: (4)
  •     ETSC 242 - Instrumentation Credits: (4)
  •     ETSC 265 - Three-dimensional Modeling Credits: (4)
  •     ETSC 301 - Engineering Project Cost Analysis Credits: (4)

Pre-Approved Elective Sequences - Credits: 16

Select two of the following sequences.

  •     CS 111 - Programming Fundamentals II Credits: (4)
  •     AND  CS 301 - Data Structures Credits: (4)

    OR

  •     EET 332 - Generation of Electrical Power Credits: (4)
  •     AND  EET 433 - Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power Credits: (4)

    OR

  •     EET 377 - Advanced Robotics and Automation Credits: (4)
  •     AND  EET 477 - Industrial Robotics and Automation Credits: (4)

    OR

  •     ETSC 490 - Cooperative Education Credits: (1-12) (Must be taken for 8 credits.)

Mathematics Requirement - Credits: 13-15

  •     MATH 172 - Calculus I Credits: (5)
  •     MATH 173 - Calculus II Credits: (5)

    Select one from the following:

  •     MATH 260 - Sets and Logic Credits: (5)
  •     MATH 272 - Multivariable Calculus I Credits: (5)
  •     MATH 311 - Statistical Concepts and Methods Credits: (5)
  •     MATH 330 - Discrete Mathematics Credits: (5)
  •     MATH 376 - Differential Equations I Credits: (3)

Physics Requirement - Credits: 15

  •     PHYS 111 - Introductory Physics I with Laboratory Credits: (5)
  •     PHYS 112 - Introductory Physics II with Laboratory Credits: (5)
  •     PHYS 113 - Introductory Physics III with Laboratory Credits: (5)

    OR

  •     PHYS 181 - General Physics I with Laboratory Credits: (5)
  •     PHYS 182 - General Physics II with Laboratory Credits: (5)
  •     PHYS 183 - General Physics III with Laboratory Credits: (5)

    (CHEM 181/181LAB may be substituted for PHYS 112 or PHYS 182)

Speech Requirement - Credits: 3-5

Select one from the following:

  •     COM 207 - Introduction to Human Communication Credits: (5)
  •     COM 345 - Business and Professional Speaking Credits: (4)
  •     ETSC 389 - Technical Presentations Credits: (3)

Written Communications Requirement - Credits: 3-5

Select one from the following:

  •     ADMG 385 - Business Communications and Report Writing Credits: (5)
  •     CS 325 - Technical Writing in Computer Science Credits: (3)
  •     ENG 310 - Technical Writing Credits: (4)

Capstone Sequence - Credits: 10

  •     EET 487 - Senior Project Management Credits: (2)
  •     EET 487LAB - Senior Project Management Laboratory Credits: (2)
  •     EET 488 - Senior Project Quality Credits: (2)
  •     EET 488LAB - Senior Project Quality Laboratory Credits: (2)
  •     EET 489 - Senior Technical Presentations Credits: (2)

Department-Approved Electives - Credits: 0-6

    Technical Electives approved by your advisor.

Total Credits: 134

 


CWU EET Example Course Plans (2 year, 3 year, and 4 year) Spreadsheet


 

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