Engineering Technology- Electrical and Computer Concentration

The Engineering Technology baccalaureate degree (Electrical and Computer concentration) is a completion program for graduates of associate degree programs in electrical/electronics, electrical and computer, or similar engineering technology programs and for computer information technology or similar programs. The objective of this program is to allow students who possess an associate degree in these areas to complete the bachelor's degree in approximately the equivalent of two years of full-time work (67 semester hours).

Graduates are engineering technologists prepared to fill industrial positions in areas directly related to product design, process control, testing, manufacturing, sales, and service. Typical Electrical and Computer Engineering Technologist's jobs include Communications Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Sales Engineering, Service Engineering, Controls Engineering, Software Engineering, System Design Engineering, Applications Engineering and R&D Technologist.

Program requirements:

(131 semester hours)

Core Requirements (62 hrs)

ENG 111 Composition and Rhetoric (3)

ENG 112 Composition and Literature (3)

Biological Science elective (3)

Fine Arts elective (3)

COM 135 Introduction to Public Expression and Critical Inquiry (3)

ECO 201 Principles of Microeconomics (3) or

ECO 202 Principles of Macroeconomics (3)

Global Perspectives elective (cultures)

Global Perspectives elective (historical)

Global Perspectives elective (3)

ENG 215 Workplace Writing (3)

CHM 141 College Chemistry (3) (MPF IVB)

CHM 144 College Chemistry Lab (2) (MPF IVB)

MTH 125 Precalculus (5)

MTH 151 Calculus I (5)

MTH 251 Calculus II (4)

PHY 171, 172 College Physics (3, 3)

PHY 173, 174 Physics Laboratory (1, 1)

CHM 141 College Chemistry (3)

CHM 144 College Chemistry Lab (2)

Technical courses expected from associate degree (24 hrs)

ENG 215 Workplace Writing (3)

CSE 153 Introduction to C/C++ Programming (3)

ENT 192 Circuit Analysis I (3)

ENT 193 Circuit Analysis II (3)

ENT 196 Electronics (3)

ENT 293 Digital Systems (3)

ENT 294 Local Area Networks (3

ENT 295 Microprocessor Technology I (3)

Engineering Technology Requirements (44 hrs minimum)

MTH 231 Elements of Discrete Mathematics (3)

STA 301 Applied Statistics (3) (MPT)

ECE 387 Embedded Systems Design (4)

ENT 271 Mechanics I: Statics (3)

ENT 298 Data Communications (3)

ENT 301 Dynamics (3)

ENT 303 Digital Signal Processing Technology (3)

ENT 311 Process Control Interface Design (3)

ENT 316 Project Management (3)

ENT 401 Computerized Instrumentation (3)

ENT 402 Industrial Automation Lab (3)

ENT 403 Wireless Communication and Networks (3)

ENT 418 Electro-Mechanical Control Systems (3)

ENT 497 Senior Design Project (2)

ENT 498 Senior Design Project (2)

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (B.S. Completion Program)

The EMET program produces graduates who:

  • possess the ability to apply theoretical knowledge to solve engineering technology problems associated with instrumentation and control systems.
  • are knowledgeable of modern applications in process control systems.

Mechanical Engineering Technology (A.A.S. & B.S.)

The MET program produces graduates who:

  • are able to analyze and design complex mechanical components and systems.
    • are able to set up experimental testing procedures and selectively utilize data to reinforce engineering concepts.
    • have a basic understanding of modern manufacturing methods used to facilitate the production of consumer products.
    • are able to effectively and efficiently manage engineering projects (B.S. only).

Credit/No Credit Policy

All required engineering technology courses and prerequisite mathematics and statistics courses should be taken for a grade.

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