Sep 26, 2020
Major, Bachelor of Science Degree
The graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology will use the knowledge and skills obtained in the program to:
- Creatively identify, analyze and solve engineering related problems and improve processes in both technical and managerial realms.
- Demonstrate mastery of the techniques, skills and modern tools necessary for current engineering technology practices.
- Practice effective personal and technical communication in both oral and written forms.
- Demonstrate lifelong learning by applying current mathematic, scientific, engineering and technical knowledge to problem solving and by adapting to emerging applications in the engineering technology fields.
- Understand and practice professional work habits including a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
- Understand the professional, ethical and social responsibilities of an engineering technologist.
- Understand the need for working in teams and demonstrate the ability to effectively work in teams as well as lead teams.
- Demonstrate a respect for and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal and global issues.
Engineering Technology, BS (43-282) - Electronics Engineering Technology Option (EN01) (4 Year Guide)
Major Requirements: 80-81 Semester Hours
Core Required Hours: 28 Semester Hours
Option 1 - Electronics Engineering Technology: 54 Semester Hours
- ENGT 1400 - Fundamentals of Engineering Design (3)
- ENGT 2600 - Lean Enterprises (3)
- ENGT 3200 - Energy Production and Transmission (3)
- ENGT 3530 - Inspection and Quality Control (3)
- ENGT 3562 - Computer Numerical Control (CNC) (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- ENGT 4520 - Robotics and Automation (3: 3 lecture, 0 lab)
- ENGT 4530 - Advanced Robotics, Vision, Automation & Controls (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- ENGT 4590 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- ET 1027 - AC Circuit Analysis (3)
- ET 1050 - Digital Principles and Applications (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- ET 2048 - Active Electronic Devices (4: 3 lecture, 1 lab)
- ET 2060 - Microprocessors: Theory and Application (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- ET 2065 - Computer Programming for Electronics Technology (3)
- ET 3017 - Programmable Logic Controllers (4: 3 lecture, 1 lab)
- ET 3022 - AC and DC Machines (4: 3 lecture, 1 lab)
- NET 1060 - Introduction to Networks (3: 2 lecture, 1 lab)
- Department Approved Electives (3)
General Education Requirements: 43 Semester Hours
All students must complete a minimum of 42 credit hours in general education. See The General Education Program Requirements for full listing of requirements. The following general education classes are required by this major:
Minimum Total: 123-124 Semester Hours
10 Competency 10 course
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