EET - ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Department of Engineering Technology (ENG)



EET - 1010 RESISTIVE CIRCUITS

[4hours] Basic electricity, direct current circuit analysis and electrical theorems. Introduction to capacitor and inductor DC and AC circuits. Corequisite: MATH 1340


EET - 1020 REACTIVE CIRCUITS
[4 hours] Transient circuit analysis of RL and RC circuits, AC analysis of LRC circuits, three-phase analysis, use of oscilloscope, frequency response of AC circuits. Prerequisite: EET 1010


EET - 1410 ELECTRICAL DRAFTING
[3 hours] Graphical representation of data, electrical and electronic symbols, industry standards and codes, and different types of schematics and electrical drawing. Course work performed on personal computers using CAD software. Corequisite: ENGT 1050


EET - 2010 ELECTRONIC PRINCIPLES
[4 hours] Semiconductor devices and applications with emphasis on power supplies and amplifiers. AC/DC analysis of small-signal amplifiers using both bipolar junction and field effect transistors in various biasing configurations. Prerequisite: EET 1010 Corequisite: EET 1020


EET - 2020 LINEAR CIRCUITS
[4 hours] Fundamentals of linear devices including frequency response, spectrum analysis, and feedback methods. Special attention is given to operational amplifiers and their uses, along with active filters and voltage regulators. Prerequisite: EET 2010 Corequisite: MATH 2450


EET - 2210 DIGITAL LOGIC DESIGN
[4 hours] Fundamentals of digital logic design and analysis. Combinational and sequential logic circuits, logic gates, memory elements, logic families, and integrated circuit technology are covered. Prerequisite: EET 1010


EET - 2230 MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEMS
[4 hours] The study of current microprocessor architecture and organization. Machine and assembly language, programming, circuit, and systems application are presented. Prerequisite: EET 2210; ENGT 1050


EET - 2410 INDUSTRIAL CONTROLS & INSTRUMENTATION
[4 hours] A study of programmable logic controllers emphasizing program development, logic development, and troubleshooting. Other factory floor concepts including motor control, instrument calibration, print reading, and sensors are discussed. Prerequisite: ENGT 1050; EET 2210


EET - 2420 ELECTRONIC PROTOTYPES
[2 hours] Provides an opportunity for the student to apply integrated knowledge gained through the program in developing and constructing a working prototype. Team work, professionalism, and presentation skills are stressed. Prerequisite: EET 2020


EET - 2980 SPECIAL TOPICS
[1 - 4 hours] Student performs work on a specialized project of an advanced nature under the supervision of an Electrical Engineering Technology faculty member.


EET - 3150 UNIX, C AND THE INTERNET
[3 hours] In this course students learn how to program in the C language using UNIX Workstations in a networked environment. Internet concepts, including multimedia technology, will also be covered. Prerequisite: Associate degree in Engineering Technology


EET - 3250 NETWORK ANALYSIS
[4 hours] This course consists of analyses of waveforms, first order time domain circuits, RLC circuit analyses using Laplace transforms, transfer functions, Bode plots, Fourier series and transforms, and an introduction to discrete-time systems. Prerequisite: ENGT 3020; EET 1010; EET 1020


EET - 3350 ADVANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS
[5 hours] This course consists of the design, analysis and applications of combinational and sequential circuits. The emphasis is on top-down design using commercially available CAD tools. Prerequisite: EET 3150; EET 2210


EET - 4150 ADVANCED ELECTRONICS
[5 hours] This course emphasizes the design and analysis of transistor and integrated circuits using computer-aided engineering techniques. Prerequisite: EET 3250; EET 2020


EET - 4250 ADVANCED MICROPROCESSORS
[4 hours] This course involves the design of microprocessor systems and peripheral interfacing, including architecture, system buses, CPU interface design, interrupts, DMA, memory management, serial I/O and display and keyboard interfacing. Prerequisite: EET 3350


EET - 4350 ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS
[4 hours] This course constitutes a study of AC-DC machines, including transformers, power transmission, and the regulations governing them as specified by industry and the National Electrical Code. Prerequisite: EET 1010; EET 1020


EET - 4450 AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS
[4 hours] This course is an introduction to industrial controls, including the PID control of closed-loop servo and process systems, with emphasis placed on the electronic circuits of the closed-loop sub-systems. Prerequisite: EET 4150


EET - 4550 ADVANCED PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC CONTROLLERS
[4 hours] Advanced topics of PLC's including servo control, application of PID loop to processes, networking of PLC's and use of supervisory software to control and report networked system. Prerequisite: EET 3250; EET 2410


EET - 4650 FIELD PROGRAMMABLE LOGIC DEVICES
[4 hours] This course covers the implementation of digital circuits using Field Programmable Logic Devices, with emphasis on Field Programmable Gate Arrays. Students learn to download their designs on Xilinx FPGA's using schematic capture and VHDL code. Prerequisite: EET 3350


EET - 4750 COMPUTER NETWORKS AND DATA COMMUNICATIONS
[3 hours] This course represents the study of computer network architectures, including Arpanet, Decnet and Ethernet. Network protocols, Local and Wide Area Networks, internetwork communications, and analog and digital data transmission are covered. Prerequisite: EET 4250

Last Updated: 5/5/14