Electrical/Computer Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science Degree

EE13

Availability: North Metro Campus

Program Purpose: The Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology program is a planned sequence of carefully developed college level courses designed to prepare students to work in the field of electronics and computer engineering technology. The program of study emphasizes the application of scientific, mathematic, and engineering knowledge and methods combined with technical skills in support of engineering activities. Program graduates will receive an Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology Associate of Applied Science degree, qualifying them as engineering technicians with a specialization in, biomedical engineering technology or electronics engineering technology.

Degree Requirements

GENERAL EDUCATION CORE

Required Minimum: 19 Credit Hours

General Education Core Area I: Language Arts/Communication - 3 Credit Hours

 

ENGL 1101Composition and Rhetoric

3

 

General Education Core Area II: Social/Behavioral Sciences - 3 Credit Hours

(Choose One of the Following)

ECON 1101Principles of Economics

3

ECON 2105Macroeconomics

3

ECON 2106Microeconomics

3

HIST 1111World History I

3

HIST 1112World History II

3

HIST 2111U.S. History I

3

HIST 2112U.S. History II

3

POLS 1101American Government

3

POLS 2401Global Issues

3

PSYC 1101Introductory Psychology

3

SOCI 1101Introduction to Sociology

3

SOCI 2600Introduction to Social Problems

3

General Education Core Area III: Natural Sciences/Mathematics - 10 Credit Hours

MATH 1111College Algebra

3

MATH 1113Precalculus

3

PHYS 1111Introductory Physics I

3

PHYS 1111LIntroductory Physics Lab I

1

General Education Core Area IV: Humanities/Fine Arts - 3 Credit Hours

(Choose One of the Following)

ARTS 1101Art Appreciation

3

ENGL 2110World Literature

3

ENGL 2130American Literature

3

ENGL 2310English Literature from the Beginnings to 1700

3

HUMN 1101Introduction to Humanities

3

MUSC 1101Music Appreciation

3

MUSC 2040History of Popular Music

3

THEA 1101Theater Appreciation

3

Required Occupational Courses

ECET 1101Circuit Analysis I

4

or

ECET 1102Circuit Analysis I

3

ECET 1102LCircuit Analysis I Lab

1

ECET 2101Circuit Analysis II

4

or

ECET 2102Circuit Analysis II

3

ECET 2102LCircuit Analysis II Lab

1

ECET 1110Digital Systems I

4

or

ECET 1111Digital Systems I

3

ECET 1111LDigital Systems I Lab

1

ECET 1191Computer Programming Fundamentals

3

ECET 2110Digital Systems II

4

or

ECET 2111Digital Systems II

3

ECET 2111LDigital Systems II Lab

1

ECET 2120Electronic Circuits I

4

or

ECET 2121Electronic Circuits I

3

ECET 2121LElectronic Circuits I Lab

1

ENGT 1000Introduction to Engineering Technology

3

ENGT 2300Capstone Project

1

ECET 1210Networking Systems I

4

or

CIST 1401Computer Networking Fundamentals

4

Complete One of the Following Specializations

Biomedical Engineering Technology Specialization

ALHS 1011Structure and Function of the Human Body

5

BMET 1231Medical Equipment Function and Operation I

4

BMET 2242Medical Equipment Function and Operation II

4

BMET 2343Internship Medical Systems

3

Electronics Engineering Technology Specialization

ECET 2220Electronic Circuits II

4

or

ECET 2221Electronic Circuits II

3

ECET 2221LElectronic Circuits II Lab

1

(Choose 3 courses from the following)

MATH 1131Calculus I

4

PHYS 1112Introductory Physics II

3

PHYS 1112LIntroductory Physics Lab II

1

CHEM 1211Chemistry I

3

CHEM 1211LChemistry Lab I

1

DFTG 2010Engineering Graphics

4

BMET 1231Medical Equipment Function and Operation I

4

ELTR 1180Electrical Controls

4

IDSY 1110Industrial Motor Controls I

4

IDSY 1120Basic Industrial PLC's

4

CIST 1122Hardware Installation and Maintenance

4

CIST 1510Web Development I

3

DFTG 2020Visualization and Graphics

3

ENGT 2500Engineering Internship

3

AUMF 1150Introduction to Robotics

3

Total Credit Hours: 62-66