Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technology (B.S.) (2003)

Administered by the Physics and Engineering Technology

Effective Fall, 2003

For a major in EEET, the bachelor of science program requires 71 semester hours in courses shown below. Fifteen of these required semester hours count toward general education. Students must complete an additional 35 to 44 semester hours in general education. The balance of the 124 semester-hour graduation requirement comes from electives.

52.115 Fundamentals of Inorganic Chemistry

53.113 Precalculus (if needed)

53.125 Calculus I

53.126 Calculus II

53.225 Calculus III

53.322 Differential Equations

54.211 General Physics I

54.212 General Physics II

54.315 Electronics

54.316 Digital Electronics

54.317 Microprocessor Electronics

56.116 Algorithmic Processes for Computers

58.101 Introduction to EEET

58.141 Circuit Analysis

58.180 Computer Aided Design and Engineering Graphics

58.231 Electric Power and Machinery

58.241 Electronic Instrumentation and Data Acquisition

58.300 Career Orientation

58.321 Manufacturing Processes

58.331 Linear Signals and Systems

58.380 Cooperative Education in Industry I

58.431 Industrial Process Control

58.441 Communications Systems

58.451 Digital Signal Processing

58.461 Radio Frequency Effects and Measurements

58.480 Cooperative Education in Industry II