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Electrical Engineering Technology: Overview

Prepares students for a career as an electrical engineering technologist with the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of electrical/electronic systems. Students specialize in product improvement, manufacturing, construction and operational engineering functions.

  • Course descriptions can be found here.
  • Program Educational Objectives & Student Outcomes with Program Criteria can be found here.


Electrical Engineering Technology: Required Courses

Electrical Engineering Technology Major: 68-70 Credits

Bachelor of Science Degree: 120 Total Credits including University Studies Program (general education)

Support Group (13 credits)

  • Math 171 Calculus I (4 cr) 
  • MATH 172 Calculus II (4cr)
  • PHYS 109 General Physics I (5 cr) or PHYS 107 General Physics I (5 cr) 

Fundamentals Group (22 credits)

  • ENGR 101 Fundamentals of Engineering Technology (2 cr) 
  • ENGR 105 Fundamentals of Drawing (3 cr)
  • ENGR 130 Basic Electrical Circuits I (4 cr)
  • ENGR 131 Basic Electrical Circuits II (4 cr) 
  • COMPSCI 142 Intro to Comp Sci & Programming (3 cr)
  • ENGR 232 Semiconductor Devices (3 cr) 
  • ENGR 240 Logic & Control Devices (3 cr) 

Advanced Study Group (33-35 credits)

  • ENGR 320 Motors and Drives (4 cr)
  • ENGR 325 Signals & Systems (3 cr)
  • ENGR 333 Linear Circuits (3 cr)
  • ENGR 340 Advanced Programmable Logic Controllers (3 cr)
  • ENGR 342 Measurement, Control & Data Acquisition (3 cr)
  • ENGR 346 Electric Power Systems (3 cr)
  • ENGR 350 Data Communication and Protocols (3 cr)
  • ENGR 352 Communication Systems (3 cr)
  • ENGR 360 Project Management (3 cr)
  • ENGR 390 Mechatronics (4 cr)
  • ENGR 400 Internship (1-3 cr) or ET 410 Capstone Project (3 cr)

Electives (no required credit)

  • ENGR 348 Electromagnetic Fields & Applications (3 cr)
  • ENGR 365 Special Topics (3 cr)
  • ENGR 446 Independent Study (1-3 cr)

  

 

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