Apr 05, 2020  
2018-2019 Catalog & Student Handbook 
    
2018-2019 Catalog & Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electrical Engineering Technology, A.A.S.


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The Electrical Engineering Technology program provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to secure gainful employment in manufacturing industries, telecommunications and healthcare, to name a few. Skills emphasized in the program include, but are not limited to: AC and DC circuitry, programmable logic controller programming, robotics programming, biomedical equipment calibration and repair, and maintenance in an advanced automation setting.

This is a technical program designed for immediate employment in advanced manufacturing and is not designed for transfer although some four-year institutions may accept part of the course work toward the bachelor’s degree.

Summary of Required Hours

Fall Credit Hours
EETC 1300 - Introduction to Electrical Engineering Technology   3
   3
EETC 1321 - Electronics I   3
   3
GEN 1010 - First Year Seminar   3
   
Spring  
EETC 1314 - AC Circuits      3
EETC 1322 - Electronics II   3
EETC 2311 - Power Technology   3
EETC 2331 - PLC I   3
EETC 1370 - Transformers/Rotating Machines   3
   
Fall  
ENST 1311 - Computer Aided Design I   3
EETC 2332 - PLC II   3
   3
ENST 2361 - Fluid Power Systems   3
1Social/Behavioral Sciences   3
   
Spring  
COMM 2025 - Fundamentals of Communication  3
EETC 2350 - Integrated Robotics   3
EETC 2361 - Instrumentation Technology   3
   4
1Humanities/Fine Arts   3
Total 61

1In consultation with academic advisor, students may select appropriate Humanities/Fine Arts and Social/Behavioral Sciences  electives.

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