Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) Degree Courses
These are the courses you will take in addition to the core coursework of your Electronic Engineering Technology Systems degree. Through this targeted curriculum, you can bring circuit hardware and programming languages together to design, build, and troubleshoot electronic circuits by hand, create essential simulations to validate circuit designs, and develop employer-valued skills.
Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) Degree Course Descriptions
Electronic Circuits and Devices II with Lab
Electronic Circuits and Devices III with Lab
Digital Circuits and Systems with Lab
Technology Integration I
ECET210 Electronic Circuits and Devices II with Lab
This course, the second in a three-course sequence, is designed to further students’ knowledge of electrical circuit analysis, and electronic circuit analysis and design. Emphasis is on AC analysis of circuits consisting of passive elements, and coursework incorporates techniques such as total impedance and phasor diagrams. Rectifiers and power supply circuits are also covered.
ECET220 Electronic Circuits and Devices III with Lab
This course, the third in a three-course sequence, expands on concepts of electrical circuit analysis, and analysis and design of electronic circuits.
ECET230 Digital Circuits and Systems with Lab
This course introduces design and analysis of digital circuits – bases for all computer systems and virtually all other electronic systems in use today. Topics include combinational and sequential logic, digital integrated circuit electrical characteristics, programmable logic devices, and hardware description languages. Students use development and analysis software and instrumentation for circuit verification.
ECET299 Technology Integration I
In this course, students apply and integrate concepts learned in computer programming, mathematics, and electronics and computer engineering technology courses in the first four semesters of the program by solving problems in the particular discipline or subject area.