Career opportunities for B.S. degree graduates of Electronic Engineering Technology include entry-level positions with computer design/testing companies and electronics instrumentation companies, telephone companies, and other companies that use electronic equipment such as automated control (microprocessor/microcomputer) systems. Graduates of this program also qualify for jobs related to operation control, testing, trouble shooting, supervision and management, marketing, technical sales and field services including installation and commissioning of equipment in plant or on site. The B.S. degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET). See Appendix D for contact information.
Program Educational Objectives (BS EET)
- Possess the general knowledge of electrical and electronics industry such as concepts, terminologies, basic and standard problem-solving techniques.
- Demonstrate the ability to analyze, design, and implement electronic systems in one or more of the areas related to control systems, instrumentation systems, communications systems, computer systems, or power systems.
- Function effectively in a group environment in the industrial workplace through demonstration of technical and communication skills.
- Understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities.
- Show respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal and global issues.
- Demonstrate a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
- Continue professional development through life-long learning.
|EGT 102||Programming for Engineering Technology||3|
|EGT 205||Computer-Aided Drafting I||3|
|EGT 350||Technical Report Writing||3|
|EET 100||Electrical Circuits I||3|
|EET 200||Electrical Circuits II||4|
|EET 202||Digital Logic||4|
|EET 206||Introduction to Microcomputers||4|
|EET 212||Introduction to Semiconductor Devices||4|
|EET 312||Electronic Amplifiers and Integrated Circuits||4|
|EET 372||Programmable Logic Controllers||4|
|EET 402||Microcomputer Systems||4|
|EET 422||Electrical Power Technology||3|
|EET 452||Automation and Process Control Technology||4|
|MAT 116||College Algebra||3|
|CSC 184||Computing Concepts I||3|
|PHY 110||College Physics I||4|
|CHE 101||Introductory Chemistry||4|
Computer Engineering Technology
|EET 342||Analog Communications Systems||4|
|EET 482||Integrated System Project||3|
|EGT 103||Electronics Engineering Technology Fundamentals||1|
|EGT 490||Engineering Technology Internship||1|
|PHY 111||College Physics II||4|
|Total Credit Hours||13|
Computer Engineering Technology
|CSC 245||Enterprise Systems Computing: COBOL I||3|
|CSC 285||Data Structures||3|
|CSC 384||Computer Architecture and Assembly Language Programming||3|
|EET 390||Technological Projects||3|
|EGT 370||Financial Aspects of Engineering Projects||2|
|Total Credit Hours||14|
NOTE: Not open for dual-majoring with Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology.
- Earn a minimum of 124 credit hours (100 level and higher, maximum of 6 CED credit hours applicable).
- Earn a minimum of 30 credit hours in upper-division courses. Lower-division transfer courses accepted as meeting upper-division departmental course requirements cannot be used to fulfill this requirement.
- Earn 30 of the last 45 credit hours at MWSU in institutional coursework (exclusive of credit by examination).
- Participate in required departmental and campus wide assessments.
- Earn a grade of C or higher in all EET and EGT prefix major coursework.
- Earn an overall GPA of at least 2.0 and a major GPA of at least 2.0.
- Fulfill the Missouri Constitution requirement.