Tech Prep session at Hamilton campus in June 2015. Local high school students get familiar with new technologies, engineering tools; and also get involved in hands-on experience.
Tech Prep session at Hamilton campus in June 2015. Local high school students get familiar with new technologies, engineering tools; and also get involved in hands-on experience.
Tech Prep session at Hamilton campus in June 2015. Local high school students get familiar with new technologies, engineering tools; and also get involved in hands-on experience.

ENT Technical Courses

Below you can find the list of required technical courses for all of our concentrations. Note that other than these courses there are also non-technical courses that students need to take.

Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET)

To see the descriptions and pre-requisites of the courses below, please check the Course Descriptions page of ENT Student Handbook.

ECET Associate Degree

CSE 153—Introduction to C/C++ Programming 

ENT 192—Circuit Analysis I

ENT 193—Circuit Analysis II

ENT 196—Electronics

ENT 293—Digital Systems 

ENT 294—Local Area Networks

ENT 295—Microprocessor Technology I

ECET Bachelor's-Completion Degree

In addition to the courses listed for associate degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology, the following courses need to be taken for bachelor's degree.

ENT 271—Mechanics I—Statics

ENT 298—Data Communications

ENT 301—Dynamics

ENT 303—Digital Signal Processing Technology

ENT 311—Process Control Interface Design

ENT 316—Project Management

ENT 387—Embedded Systems Technology 

ENT 401—Computerized Instrumentation

ENT 402—Industrial Automation Lab

ENT 403—Wireless Communication and Networks

ENT 418—Electro-Mechanical Control Systems

ENT 497—Senior Design Project

ENT 498—Senior Design Project 

Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology (EMET)

To see the descriptions and pre-requisites of the courses below, please check the Course Descriptions page of ENT Student Handbook.

EMET Bachelor's-Completion Degree

ENT 301—Dynamics

ENT 310—Fluid Mechanics

ENT 311—Process Control Interface Design

ENT 316—Project Management

ENT 401—Computerized Instrumentation

ENT 402—Industrial Automation Lab

ENT 407—Modern Manufacturing Systems

ENT 418—Electro-Mechanical Control Systems

ENT 497—Senior Design Project

ENT 498—Senior Design Project 

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MET)

To see the descriptions and pre-requisites of the courses below, please check the Course Descriptions page of ENT Student Handbook.

MET Associate Degree

ENT 135—Computer Aided Drafting

ENT 137—Introduction to Engineering Technology

ENT 151—Engineering Materials

ENT 152—Computer Aided Manufacturing I

ENT 192—Circuit Analysis I

ENT 235—Computer-Aided Design

ENT 252—Computer-Aided Manufacturing II

ENT 271—Mechanics I—Statics

ENT 272—Mechanics II—Strength of Materials

ENT 278—Mechanics III—Analysis of Machine Components

MET Bachelor's Degree

In addition to the courses listed for associate degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology, the following courses need to be taken for bachelor's degree.

ENT 301—Dynamics

ENT 310—Fluid Mechanics

ENT 312—Thermodynamics and Heat Power

ENT 314—Mechanisms for Machine Design

ENT 316—Project Management

ENT 333—Computational Methods for Engineering Technology

ENT 355—Introduction to Finite Element Analysis

ENT 404—Experimentation Techniques

ENT 415—Heat Transfer with Applications

ENT 416—Topics in Mechanical Vibrations

ENT 497—Senior Design Project

ENT 498—Senior Design Project