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Curriculum Summary

Electrical Engineering Technology CurriculumAt a Glance 

Year \ Term

Fall

Credits

Winter

Credits

Freshman

Calculus I

Communications I
General Education[1]

Introduction to Engineering

Engineering Drawing[2]
Freshman Seminar
Total






15

Calculus II

Communication II

Physics I and Lab

Chemistry and Lab

Freshman Seminar 
Total





17

Sophomore

Calculus III

Physics II and Lab

Circuits I and Lab

Computer Programming
EET Seminar
Total






18

Differential Equations

Circuits II

Electronics I and Lab

Engineering Design

Mechanics – Dynamics

EET Seminar

Total







17

Junior

Electronics II and Lab

Electrical Machines and Lab

Digital Electronics and Lab

Engineering Economics

General Education

EET Seminar

Total







18
Power Systems I and Lab
Microprocessors and Lab
Communications Systems and Lab
Thermodynamics – Heat Transfer
General Education
EET Seminar
Total






18

Senior

Control Systems and Lab
Technical Elective
Senior Project Proposal
Technical Writing
Free Elective
EET Seminar
Communication Sys II
Total






17
Technical Elective
Senior Project
General Education
General Education
General Education
EET Seminar
Total






15


[1] EET Students must take five courses in the Social Sciences and Humanities as defined in the college General Education Requirements.

[2] Some students take Chemistry in the Fall Term and Engineering Drawing in the Winter Term.

EET Technical Electives
 EET 1123 Industrial Electronics
 EET 1153 Power Systems II
 EET 1172 Electromagnetics
 EET 1175 Advanced Digital Systems
 EET 1176 Digital Signal Processing
 EET 1197 Advanced Topics - Currently(2007) PLCs and LabView
Five-Year Program
 First Term  Second Term 
Math 0221
EngComp0003
Gen Ed
ET 0011
Chem 0111
Chem 0113
ET 0081
Calculus I
Communications I
SS/Humanities
Engr. Drwg. or
Chemistry
Chem Lab I
Freshman Sem.
14 or
4 cr
3 cr
3 cr
3cr
4 cr
1 cr
0 cr
15 cr
Math 0231
Eng Com 0004
*ET
Chem 0111
Chem 0113
ET 0011
ET 0082

Calculus II
Communications II
0023
Chemistry
Chem Lab I or
Engr. Drwg.
Freshman Sem.
14 or

4 cr
3 cr
2 cr
4 cr
1 cr
3 cr
0 cr
16 cr
 Third Term  Fourth Term 
Math
Phys
Phys
* Gen Ed
ET
0241
0150
0151
SS/Humanities
0031
4 cr
4 cr
1 cr
3 cr
2 cr
14 cr
Math
Phys
Phys
* Gen Ed
0350
0152
0153
SS/Humanities
4 cr
4 cr
1 cr
3 cr
12 cr
 Fifth Term  Sixth Term 

Eng Wrt
Gen Ed
EET
EET
ET
ET
EET

1192 or
SS/Humanities
0110
0010
0051
1103
1183
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
3 cr
0 cr
13 cr
EET
EET
EET
ET
ET
EET
0111
0121
0021
0035
0052
1184

4 cr
3 cr
1 cr
2 cr
3 cr
0 cr
13 cr

 Seventh Term  Eighth Term 
Gen Ed or
EngWrit
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
SS/Humanities
1192
1122
1022
1132
1032
1151
1051
1185
3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
1 cr
0 cr
15 cr
MET
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
1116
1152
1052
1161
1061
1171
1071
1186

3 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
1 cr
3 cr
1 cr
0 cr
15 cr

 Ninth Term  Tenth Term 
Gen Ed
EET
EET
EET
EET
EET
SS/Humanities
Elective
1165
1065
1195
1187

3 cr
4 cr
3 cr
1 cr
1 cr
0 cr
12 cr

Gen Ed
Free
EET
EET
EET
SS/Humanities
Elective
Elective
1199
1188

3 cr
3 cr
4 cr
3 cr
0 cr
13 cr


*EET and MET students may elect to interchange ET 0023 and either General Education (GE) SS/Humanities Elective from the second year of the program.

EET Technical Electives

EET 1123
EET 1153
EET 1172
EET 1176
EET 1175
EET 1197

Industrial Electronics
Power Systems II
Electromagnetic Fields
Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Digital Systems
Advanced Topics - currently PLCs and LabView

4 cr
4 cr
3 cr
4 cr
4 cr
4 cr

* Select two EET Technical Electives (7-9) credits or one EET Technical Elective and an APPROVED technical elective from MET, CET, Computer Science, or Mathematics upper level 3 or 4 credit course.

Additional Requirements: Minimum of 3 each Gen Ed Social Science and Humanities Electives with 6 total.
Last Reviewed: August 2, 2007