Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics (B.S.)

Program Requirements

Intellectual Foundations Requirements
33-39 credit hours *33-39
Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronics Major Requirements (57 credit hours)
ENT 104ESSENTIALS OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY3
ENT 300MATHEMATICS APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY3
ENT 301MECHANICS I3
ENT 330ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS I3
ENT 332ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS ANALYSIS II3
ENT 341ELECTRONICS3
ENT 342ADVANCED CIRCUIT ANALYSIS3
ENT 345DIGITAL SYSTEMS3
ENT 346MICROCONTROLLERS3
ENT 351ANALOG CIRCUITS ANALYSIS3
ENT 371ELECTRIC MACHINES3
ENT 441COMMUNICATION TRANSMISSION TECHNOLOGY3
ENT 446DIGITAL SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS3
ENT 442RF AND MICROWAVE COMMUNICATIONS3
ENT 452ANALOG SYSTEMS DESIGN AND ANALYSIS3
ENT 461CONTROL SYSTEMS I3
ENT 462CONTROL SYSTEMS II3
ENT 465ELECTRICAL DESIGN I3
ENT 466ELECTRICAL DESIGN II3
Requirements Outside of Major
25-30 credit hours25-30
GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY I
COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION PROCESSING I
GENERAL PHYSICS I (4)
UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I
GENERAL PHYSICS II (4)
UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II
Math Option 1
APPLIED CALCULUS I (4)
APPLIED CALCULUS II (4)
INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA **
Math Option 2
CALCULUS I (4)
CALCULUS II (4)
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS **
Electives0-11
Total Credit Hours120
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IF number of credits is generally 33 – 39. However, required courses outside of major, such as MAT 126 or MAT 161 satisfy Quantitative Reasoning in IF; CHE 101/111 or PHY 107/111 satisfy Natural Science in IF. Therefore, the number of remaining credits in IF required by the program is (33 – 39) – 6 = (27 – 33) cr. 

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MAT 202 for Track 1 and MAT 315 for Track 2 are preferred courses. Other mathematics courses such as Calculus III (MAT 263) , or Discrete Mathematics (MAT 270) may be suggested by program advisement to better meet student’s career choices.