Eastern Michigan University

College Of Technology  
 

 

College Of Technology

109 Sill Hall
Ypsilanti, MI,48197
734.487.0354


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About the Program

For detailed information, click the following link to visit the program website at : http://www.emich.edu/cot/progsites/eet/index.htm

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 curriculum is based on engineering theory but emphasis is placed on application, and implementation skills. The Electronic Engineering Technology curriculum includes the University General Studies, the Engineering Technology Core and courses in the Electronics Engineering Technology.

About the Curriculum

General Education Requirements 46 Credit Hours
 
Area I Effective Communication 6 Credit Hours

ENGL 121 English Composition (GEEC)
CTAS 124 Fundamentals of Speech (GEEC)


3
3

Area II Quantative Reasoning 4 Credit Hours

**MATH 120 Calculus (GEGA)


4

Area III Perspective Diversity 6 Credit Hours

Global Awareness (GEGA)
U.S. Diversity (GEUS)

3
3

Area IV Knowledge of Discipline 27 Credit Hours

Natural Science

**CHEM 121/122 Gen. Chemistry (GEKN)
**PHY 223 Mech.Sound & Heat (GEKN)

Social Science

GEKS
GEKS (Diff. Prefix)

Art

GEKA
GEKA (Diff. Prefix)

Humanities

GEKH
GEKH (Diff. Prefix)




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Area IV Learning Beyond the Classroom 3 Credit Hours

**ELEC 387 Co-Op in Electronics (GELBC)


3

Major Requirements 75 Credit Hours

ET 100 Intro. To Eng. Tech.
CADM 122 Engineering Graphics I
MATH 121 Calculus II
MATH 122 Linear Algebra
PHY 224 Electricity and Light
COSC 246 Programming in C++
MET 312 Applied Dynamics Principles
QUAL 320 Industrial Quality Control
SET 350 Writing Intensive Course
CET 427 Programmable Logic Controller

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EET Concentration 45 Credit Hours

ELEC 200 Circuit Analysis I
ELEC 210 Circuit Analysis II
ELEC 214 Digital Circuit Analysis I
ELEC 215 Computer Aided Electronics
ELEC 218 Motors and Controls
ELEC 300 Analog Circuit Analysis I
ELEC 310 Analog Circuit Analysis II
ELEC 314 Digital Circuit Analyses II
ELEC 320 Microcomputer Circuits
ELEC 326 Transform Circuit Analysis with Calculus
ELEC 415 Communication Circuits
ELEC 420 Advanced Microprocessors
ELEC 479 Special Topics I: Control Systems
ELEC 479 Senior Design Project
ELEC 479 Special Topics II:


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Program Total 124 Credit Hours

Note:
Each student must choose a writing intensive course as part of major completion requirements. Consult your adviser for course options.

About the Faculty

>>  Jamal Bari

>>  MC Greenfield