EET Program

  ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

 


ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED
 SCIENCE DEGREE





CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE/BASIC ELECTRONICS


CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE/ADVANCED CERTIFICATE IN COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ELECTRONCIS

The Electrical Engineering Technology Program combines classroom theory with hands-on laboratory practice. Students are able to develop the technical knowledge skills and attitudes needed to become an entry level Electronics Technician.

 
 

ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED

SCIENCE DEGREE

Electrical Engineering Technology
Area I English                                                         6 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp. II
3
3
Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts                             3 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area II listed in the General Education Section.
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                 10 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. At least one math class is required at MTH112 level or higher. PHY201 is required for the lab science.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science         3 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area IV listed in the General Education Section.
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            51 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ILT106
Concepts of Direct Current
 
5
 
9
ILT107
Concepts of Alternating Current
5
9
ILT111
Concepts of Solid State Electronics
 
5
 
9
ILT112
Concepts of Digital Electronics
5
9
ILT113
Concepts of Electronic Circuits
5
9
ILT127
Microcomputer
Fundamentals
 
3
 
3
ILT128
Microcomputer
Fundamentals Lab
2
6
ILT181
Special Topics in IPC-J STD
3
5
ILT205
Microprocessors
3
3
ILT206
Microprocessors Lab
2
6
ILT224
Electronic Communications
3
3
ILT225
Electronic Communications Lab
2
6
ILT229
PC Repair
3
3
ILT230
Computer Repair Lab
2
6
ILT263
Certification Preparation Lab
1
3
ILT280
Special Topics -Senior Project
3
9
                Total Degree Credit Hours                           75     
 

      CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE

Basic Electronics
Area I     English                                                     3 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp II
3
3
COM100
Intro Technical English I
3
3
Choose one course for Area I. Anyone considering a future four-year degree should consider selecting ENG101 if assessment criteria are met.
Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts
                No requirements
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                   6 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. At least one math class is required.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science
                No Requirements   
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            13 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ILT106
Concepts of Direct Current
5
9
ILT107
Concepts of Alternating Current
 
5
 
9
ILT181
Special Topics in IPC-J STD
3
5
                Total Certificate Credit Hours                     24  

CAREER SKILLS CERTIFICATE

Advanced Certificate in Computer
Programming for Electronics
Area I     English                                                     3 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ENG101
English Comp. I
3
3
ENG102
English Comp II
3
3
COM100
Intro Technical English I
3
3
Choose one course for Area I. Anyone considering a future four-year degree should consider selecting ENG101 if assessment criteria are met.
Area II   Humanities/Fine Arts
                No requirements
Area III Natural Sciences/Mathematics/
                Computer Science                                   3 credits
Choose from the standard list of courses for Area III listed in the General Education Section. At least one math class is required.
Area IV History/Social/Behavioral Science
                No Requirements   
Area V    Institutional Requirement                     2 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
ORI101
1 Orientation to College
1
1
WKO107
2 Workplace Skills Preparation
1
2
1 Must be taken in the first semester.
2 Must be taken in the final semester.
Note: Students must register for GRA123, a non-credit institutional course, in order to participate in the graduation program
Area VI Core/Technical Concentration            20 credits
Course
Title
Cr Hrs
Cont Hrs
DPT110
Intro to Computer Logic and
Programming
3
3
DPT212
Visual Basic
Programming
3
3
DPT251
C++ Programming
3
3
DPT255
JAVA Programming
3
3
DPT285
Object-Oriented Programming
3
3
ILT112
Concepts of Digital Electronics
5
9
                Total Certificate Credit Hours                     28  
 

The requirements for each program are subject to change.  Please consult your program advisor to ensure adherence to the appropriate degree plan.