The Electronic Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students for interesting and challenging positions in the diverse field of electronics. The curriculum provides a strong foundation in electronics to support future changes in technology or the career roles of the individual. The graduate may find employment on engineering teams in product design and development, in production and automation, in instrumentation and communications, or in technical sales and operations.
The Engineering Technology curriculum is based on engineering theory but emphasis is placed on application, implementation skills. The Engineering Technology curriculum includes the University General Studies, the Engineering Technology Core and courses in the EET or MET concentration. With a common ET core, a student may investigate career options and personal preferences at the beginning of their studies, and change between majors without loss of credits toward program completion.
EET Program Coordinator: Dr. Jamal Bari: email@example.com
ELEC 120 is offered for Winter-09 for non EET major. Communication Techonology and Industrial Distribution students can enroll for the course.(Wed: 10 to 12:50 PM).
Special Topics: ELEC 479 will be offered in Spring-09 for graduating seniors. Students who were not completed ELEC 387 and gradauting in summer or spring can take ELEC 479 as substitute for ELEC 387. (Mon & Wed: 2:30 to 5PM).
ELEC 218 (Motors & Controls) will be offered in spring-09 (Tues & Thur: 10 to 1:30 PM).
ELEC 200 (Circuit Analysis-1) will be offered in spring-09 (Mon & Wed: 10 to 1:30PM).