Electronics Engineering Technology

Diploma

Advising Code: A 40 20 0 D1


Detail

The Electronics Engineering Technology Diploma program is for individuals wishing to quickly gain a basic foundation in electronics. The diploma's primary emphasis is on analyzing, designing, and troubleshooting electronic circuitry. The electronics diploma is frequently used by individuals as a way of preparing for electronics certification exams.

Awards

Diploma

 

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the Electronics Engineering Technology diploma, the graduate should be able to:

  • Perform digital and analog circuit analysis
  • Repair electronic equipment
  • Use electronic test equipment to make appropriate measurements

Fall Semester I

Course

Hrs

EGR

125

Appl Software for Tech

2

EGR

131

Introduction to Electronics Technology

2

ELC

131

Circuit Analysis I

4

ENG

111

Expository Writing

3

-

-

MAT Elective *2

3

 

 

Total

14

Spring Semester I

ELN

131

Analog Electronics I

4

ELN

133

Digital Electronics

4

ELC

128

Introduction to PLC

3

-

-

MAT Elective *2

3-4

-

-

EET Technical Elective *1

3

 

 

Total

17-18

Summer Semester I

ELN

132

Analog Electronics II

4

CET

222

Computer Architecture

2

 

 

Total

6

Total credit hours required for diploma: 37-38

This curriculum is subject to change.


1*Electronics Engineering Technology Technical Electives
Choose a minimum of 3 credit hours.
ATR 280
CET 111
DFT 151
PCI 162

2*Math Electives
A minimum of 6 credit hours is required. Students who meet the prerequisites may substitute courses as follows after discussing academic and career goals with an academic advisor:

First MAT Elective -
MAT 121, MAT 171, or MAT 271

Second MAT Elective -
MAT 122, MAT 143, MAT 223, MAT 172, or MAT 272

Last update 10/03/2014