Electronics Engineering Technology Emphasis and Minors

 

The EET program consists of a general core that is complemented by the following emphasis areas or courses:

  • Instrumentation
EET 230/L Electronic Instrumentation
  • Communications
EET 315/L Communication Systems  4 Hours
  • Electrical Power
EET 342/L Electrical Energy Systems 3 Hours
  • Control Systems
EET 477/L Control Systems 4 Hours
  • Digital Control Systems
EET 478/L Digital Control Systems 3 Hours
  • Electromagnetics
EET 360 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 3 Hours
  • Digital Signal Processing

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Other special interest areas may also be pursued by the student:

  • Audio/Video electronics
  • Field programmable gate arrays (FPGA)
  • Programmable logic controllers
  • Virtual instrumentation
  • Scientific laboratory processes

Students are typically interested in the following minors:

 

Minor in Computer Engineering Technology

240/LIntroduction to Digital Electronics4 hrs
301/LLogic Circuit Design4 hrs
302/LMicroprocessor Architecture and Applications 

4 hrs

316/LDigital Communications and Computer Networks   3 Hours

 

Additionally 3 hours of Computer Engineering Electives are Required.

 

Minor in Automation Engineering

 

Automation Engineering is unique. It is the study how to build self-operating machines and how to develop self-operating systems. It merges the fundamentals of electrical, electronic, mechanical, environmental, computer, information and instrumentation engineering.

The requirements for a minor in Automation Engineering require a total of 18 hours as follows:

 

230/LInstrumentation Lab2 hrs
396Engineering Laboratory Internship3 hrs
499Undergraduate Research3 hrs
316Digital Communication Systems3 hrs
477/LControl Systems/Lab4 hrs
478/LDigital Control Systems/Lab3 hrs 

 

Minor in Computer Science

101/LComputer Science 14 hrs
102Computer Science 24 hrs
307Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis 3 hrs

 

Additionally 9 hours of Computer Science classes are required. Recommended courses are: CSC 203, 204, 300, 305, 306, 309, 317, 320, 408, 410, 411, 412, 413, 414/L, 415, 420, 421, 422, 424, 425, 426, 435, 485, or 486.  Course Descriptions

 

Other Minors Include:

  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Biological Sciences/Environmental Science