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Electronic Engineering Technology (EET)

EET 1105 Basic DC Electronic Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits Every electrical or electronic device operates using either Direct Current (DC) or Alternating Current (AC) or both. This course is an introduction to DC fundamentals, the systems that use them, and the basic sources of DC electricity.
Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisites: ENGL 0190, PHYS 0100 or higher, and MATH 1030 or higher with a minimum grade of “C”
Lab fee: $12.00

EET 1115 Basic Digital Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
A digital system is one that uses a precise sequence of discrete voltages, representing numbers, non-numeric symbols, or commands for input, processing, transmission, storage, or display. The fundamental electronic concepts for wireless mobile devices are introduced.
Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 1105        Lab fee: $35.00

EET 1125 Basic AC Electronic Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
Every electrical or electronic device operates using either Direct Current (DC) or Alternating Current (AC) or both. This course is an introduction to AC fundamentals, the systems that use them, and the basic sources of AC electricity.
Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 1115        Lab fee: $35.00

EET 1135 Electronic Switching & Amplifier Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This course introduces the basic concepts of operational amplifiers and practical applications of electronic switching systems including AC-to- DC rectification, DC-to-DC voltage conversion, AC-to-AC conversion and DC-to-AC inversion. Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 1125        Lab fee: $30.00

EET 1145 Data Communications Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This course introduces the fundamental concepts of electronic communications systems, data communications and networks. Topics include wireless and wired communications systems, basic data communications systems and local area networks. This course describes how the electronics of these systems work. It does not include the software applications required to operate the networks.
Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 1135        Lab fee: $30.00

EET 2205 PCB Design, Assembly and Testing (A, SP)

3 credits
EET 2205 is an introductory course incorporating the use of computer aided design software and fabrication of printed circuit boards (PCB) from design and assembly through final testing including documentation standards. This course includes both through-hole PCBs and SMT (Surface Mount Technology) PCBs.
Lecture: 1 hour - Lab: 6 hours
Prerequisite: EET 1135       Lab fee: $18.00

EET 2215 Advanced Digital (FPGA) Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This course will provide the ideal vehicle for learning about digital logic, microcontroller organization, and Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA). Students will use state-of-the-art technology in both hardware and schematic capture tools over a wide range of topics. The Altera DE2 Development and Education board will be used in a laboratory environment to offer a rich set of features that make it suitable for a variety of design projects, as well as for the development of sophisticated digital systems.
Lecture: 2 hours – Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisites: EET 1005, EET 1115        Lab fee: $42.00

EET 2225 Embedded Microcontroller Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
Microcontrollers are used in automatically controlled products and devices, such as automobile engine control systems, remote controls, office machines, peripherals for computer systems, appliances, power tools, and toys. By reducing size, cost, and power consumption, microcontrollers make it economical to electronically control many more processes. In the laboratory setting, students will learn how to interface with embedded systems, which typically have no keyboard, screen, disks, printers, or other recognizable computer I/O devices, and may lack human interaction devices of any kind.
Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 2215, EET 1145        Lab fee: $42.00

EET 2235 Data Acquisition Systems (A, SP, SU)

3 credits
This course will focus on electronic systems that extract data from their surroundings for statistical analysis. The digital data is catalogued, stored and sometimes utilized to make improvements on the object being measured. Through a combination of external hardware and/or software, such systems facilitate the collection of data in biomedical applications, aerospace products, automation processes, and robotics. “Human Machine Interface” (HMI), “Distributed Control Systems” (DCS) and “Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition” (SCADA) systems will be studied. Lecture: 2 hours - Lab: 2 hours
Prerequisite: EET 2225 or EMEC 1251 and EET 1125
Lab fee: $42.00

EET 2599 EET Capstone (A, SP)

3 credits
Designed to be the final course in the degree program, EET 2599 will require students  to master skills related to the design, development, fabrication, troubleshooting, implementation and documentation of a system or systems relevant to emerging technologies. The course requirements include preparation of system requirements specifications, proposals, prototyping, troubleshooting, testing, and functional demonstration of a core project. The specific student core project will be based on currently emerging technology.
Lecture: 1 hour - Lab: 6 hours
Prerequisites: COMM 1110, COMM 2204, ECON 2200, EET 2235, PHIL 1130
Lab fee: $20.00

EET 2994 SPT: Electronic Engineering Technology (On Demand)

1-5 credits
This course covers special topics in the Electronic Engineering Technology designed to meet specific industry needs.
Lecture: Varies