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College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197
734.487.0354


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About the Program

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The Computer Engineering Technology major at Eastern Michigan University is designed to prepare students to apply scientific, computer, and engineering knowledge; combined with technical skills, in support of computerized activities. The graduates generally apply the theories and principles to design, analyze, produce, operate, program, and maintain computer and digital control systems. In addition, the curriculum includes the study of engineering database management and engineering information technology.

The Computer Engineering Technology Program is fully accredited by the National Association of Industrial Technology. Changes to the curriculum are guided by a career-based advisory board. This board, consisting of working communication technology professionals, faculty, students and staff provides information on current market needs so that program requirements can be continuously reviewed and kept up-to-date.

About the Curriculum

Computer Engineering Technology Major Requirements 62 Credit Hours

General Education Requirements ..............................................40 hours
Area I Symbolics and Communication
1. See page 23
2. CTAS121 Fundamentals of Speech (2 hrs)
3. ENGL324 Principles of Technical Communication (3 hrs)
4. MATH120 Calculus I (4 hrs)
5. COSC246 Programming in C++ (3 hrs)
Area II Science and Technology
1. CHEM121/122 General Chemistry I with lab (4 hrs)
2. PSY101 General Psychology (3 hrs)
3. PHY223 Mechanics and Sound (5 hrs)
Area III Social Sciences
1. See page 24
2. See page 24
3. ECON201 Principles of Macroeconomics (3 hrs)
4. ECON202 Principles of Microeconomics (3 hrs)
Area IV Arts and Humanities
1. See page 25
2. See page 25
3. See page 25
4. See page 25

Physical Education/Graduation Requirement ..............................2 hours
Major Requirements...................................................................84 hours
Required Courses 81 hours
Writing Intensive Course (3 hrs)
CADM122 Engineering Graphics I (3 hrs)
CET251 Engineering Software and Applications (3 hrs)
CET353 Web Development for Engineering Applications (3 hrs)
CET387 Cooperative Education in Computer Engineering Technology (3 hrs)
CET427 Programmable Logic Controllers (3 hrs)
CET451 Engineering Database Development (3 hrs)
CET453 Engineering Programming (3 hrs)
CET491 Senior Design Capstone (3 hrs)
COSC211 Programming Data Structures (3 hrs)
COSC246 Programming in C++ (3 hrs)
COSC311 Algorithms and Data Structures (3 hrs)
ELEC200 Circuit Analysis I (3 hrs)
ELEC214 Digital Circuit Analysis (3 hrs)
ELEC215 Computer-Aided Electronics (3 hrs)
ELEC218 Motors and Controls (3 hrs)
ELEC300 Analog Circuit Analysis I (3 hrs)
ELEC320 Microcomputer Circuits (3 hrs)
ET100 Introduction to Engineering Technology (3 hrs)
IS380 Introduction to Database(3 hrs)
MATH120 Calculus I (4 hrs)
MATH121 Calculus II (4 hrs)
PHY223 Mechanics and Light (5 hrs)
PHY224 Electricity and Light (5 hrs)
POM374 Introduction to Production/Operations Management (3 hrs)
Restricted Electives...................................................................3 hours
Three hours from the following selected in consultation with the adviser
CADM223 Engineering Graphics II (3 hrs)
CET426 Engineering Product Information (3 hrs)
COSC221 Computer Science Organization I(3 hrs)
COSC321 Computer Organization II(3 hrs)
ELEC314 Digital Circuit Analysis II (3 hrs)
ELEC420 Advanced Microprocessors (3 hrs)
IS315 Object Oriented Application Development (3 hrs)
MATH122 Elementary Linear Algebra (3 hrs)
MATH325 Differential Equations (3 hrs)
MFG111 Materials(3 hrs)
MFG123 Manufacturing Processes and Methods I(3 hrs)
PHY230 Engineering Dynamics(4 hrs)
Minor Requirements ....................................................................0 hours
No minor is required.
University Elective Courses ..........................................................0 hours
Program Total ..........................................................................124 hours

 

About the Faculty

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