The Electronics Engineering Technology program offers two specializations: Electronic Systems and Computer Engineering Technology. The Electronic Systems Specialization is for students who are interested in power systems, process control, and other electronics related fields. The Computer Engineering Technology specialization is for students who are interested in embedded controllers microprocessors, computer programming, and related electronic or computer related fields.
Students interested in pursuing Engineering or Graduate degrees should plan on taking PHYS 181, 182, 183 and MATH through differential equations.
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Electronics Engineering Technology Major, BS
|Course Number||Course Name||Credits|
|EET 221||Basic Electricity||4|
|EET 312||Basic Electronics||4|
|EET 313||Electrical Networks||4|
|EET 323||Active Linear Circuits||4|
|EET 324||Advanced Electrical networks||4|
|EET 370||Programming Applications in Technology||4|
|EET 371||Digital Circuits||4|
|EET 372||Advanced Digital Circuits||4|
|EET 375||Microprocessor Applications||4|
|EET 376||Microprocessors and Instrumentation||4|
|CS 110||Programming Fundamentals I||4|
|IET 301||Engineering Project Cost Analysis||4|
|IET 380||Quality Control||4|
|IET 455||Project Management||4|
|MATH 172||Calculus I||5|
|MATH 173||Calculus II||5|
|Written Communications Elective||3-5|
|EET Core and Electives Total||134|
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