BS in Electrical Engineering Technology
The bachelor of science major in electrical engineering technology provides students with a foundation in circuits, analog and digital electronics, physics, calculus, and the liberal arts. The third and fourth years expand on the fundamental courses with more advanced course work in applied differential equations, advanced circuits and electronics, transform methods, control systems, analog and digital electronics, mechanical engineering technology, and additional liberal arts courses. Students choose free electives or mechanical/manufacturing and professional electives to round out their major. Professional electives include sequences in electric power systems, electronic communications, embedded systems, telecommunications, networking, and optics. Several electives also are available from other technical disciplines, and the student’s academic adviser can assist in determining the best choices for career goals and objectives. The upper division of the major provides a viable option for students who have completed their associate degree and wish to continue their education in engineering technology.
Electrical Engineering or Electrical Engineering Technology? [PDF]
Program Options and Graduate Summary. [PDF]
Position Titles of Recent Graduates
- Electrical Engineer
- Development Engineer
- Systems Engineer
- Automation Design Engineer
- Electronic Hardware Engineer
Five Year Semester Curriculum Plan
|1||MATH||Math Sequence Course #1||3||Summer
|EEET-111||DC Circuits||3||MATH-111, Co-req: EEET-112|
|EEET-112||DC Circuits Lab||1||Co-req: EEET-111|
|CPET-141||Digital Fundamentals||2||Co-req: CPET-142|
|CPET-142||Digital Fundamentals Lab||1||Co-req: CPET-141|
|General Education||Perspective 1||3|
|General Education||First Year Seminar||3|
|MATH||Math Sequence Course #2||3|
|EEET-121||AC Circuits||3||EEET-111&112, Co-req: EEET-122|
|EEET-122||AC Circuits Lab||1||EEET-111&112, Co-req: EEET-121|
|CPET-121||Computational Problem Solving I||3|
|General Education||Perspective 2||3|
|2||MATH||Math Sequence Course #3||3||Summer
|EEET-211||Electronics I||3||EEET-121&122, Co-req: EEET-212|
|EEET-212||Electronics I Lab||1||EEET-121&122, Co-req: EEET-211|
|CPET-233||Digital Systems Design||3||CPET-141&142|
|General Education||Perspective 3||3|
|CHMG-141||General & Analytical Chem I||3|
|CHMG-145||General & Analytical Chem I Lab||1|
|MATH||Math Sequence Course #4||3|
|EEET-221||Electronics II||2||EEET-211&212. Co-req: EEET-222|
|EEET-222||Electronics II Lab||1||EEET-211&212. Co-req: EEET-221|
|CPET-251||Microcontroller Systems||3||CPET-141&142,121, Co-req: CPET-252|
|CPET-252||Microcontroller Systems Lab||1||CPET-141&142,121 Co-req: CPET-251|
|EEET-241||Elec Mach and Transformers||2||EEET-121&122, Co-req: EEET-242|
|EEET-242||Elec Mach and Transformers Lab||1||EEET-121&122, Co-req: EEET-241|
|General Education||Perspective 4||3|
|3||PHYS-111||College Physics I||4||
|EEET-331||Signals Systems and Transforms||4||
|EEET-332||Signals Systems and Transforms Lab||0||
|STAT-145||Intro to Statistics I||3|
|General Education||General Education Immersion (1 of 3)||3|
|EEET-499||Co-op Work Period #1||0||EEET-313, EEET-299, CPET-251/252|
|4||EEET-425||Digital Signal Processing||4||EEET-331,332 STAT-145||Co-Op
Work Period #3
|EEET-421||Design and Innovation (Writing Intensive )||2||EEET-221,222 CPET-251,252|
|EEET-422||Design and Innovation Lab||1||EEET-221,222 CPET-251,252|
General Education Immersion ( 2 of 3 )
|Technical Elective||Technical Elective ( 1 of 2 )||3|
|General Education||General Education Elective||3|
|MFET-436||Engineering Economics||3||MATH-111 or Higher|
|EEET-427||Control Systems||4||EEET-331 & EEET-332|
|Mechanical/Manufacturing ET Elective||3|
|GeneraL Elective||General Education Immersion ( 3 of 3 )||3|
|Technical Elective||Technical Elective ( 2 of 2 )||3|
|3||MATH-211, EEET-331 & EEET-332|
|General Education||General Education Elective||4|
|Free Electives||Free Elective (1 of 2)||3|
|Free Electives||Free Elective (2 of 2)||3||
|Course 1||Course 2||Course 3||Course 4|
|MATH 111- Precalculus||MATH 171- Calculus A||MATH 172- Calculus B||MATH 211|
|MATH 111- Precalculus||MATH 181- Project-Based Calculus I||MATH 182 - Project-Based Calculus II||MATH 211 or MATH 231|
|MATH 171- Calculus A||MATH 172- Calculus B||MATH 173- Calculus C||MATH 211 or MATH 231|
|MATH 171- Calculus A||MATH 172- Calculus B||MATH 211||Approved Math Elective|
|MATH 181 - Project-Based Calculus I||MATH 182- Project-Based Calculus II||MATH 211 or MATH 231||Approved Math Elective|
Students matriculated in this degree can elect to use their two technical electives and two free electives to complete one of two degree options. Each option consists of four courses. The courses in the two options are listed below.
- CPET-481 Networking Technologies (required by major)
- EEET-311 Communications Elec / EEET-312 Communications Elec Lab
- EEET-525 Wireless RF System
- EEET-531 Fiber Optics Technology
- EEET-261 Fund of Audio Engineering
- EEET-361 Modern Audio Production
- EEET-461 Introduction to Acoustics
- EEET-561 Audio Power Amplifier
Program Accreditation and Educational Objectives
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org .
Program Educational Objectives
The Program Educational Objectives (PEO) for the Electrical Engineering Technology program are as follows:
Graduates , five or more years after graduation, will have:
- Pursue successful careers in their chosen professional field
- Pursue professional development to enhance their undergraduate degree and advance their careers
- Attaining increasing levels of responsibility and leadership in their chosen field
The Student Outcomes (SO's) for the Electrical Engineering Technology program have been established such that students will demonstrate the following skills, knowledge, and behaviors, at the time of graduation.
Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Technology program will have…
- an ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities.
- an ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies.
- an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments; and to apply experimental results to improve processes.
- an ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives.
- an ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team.
- an ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems.
- an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature.
- an understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
- an understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity.
- a knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context.
- a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.