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Electronic Engineering Technology
    2014 - 2015 Electronic Engineering Technology

    Program Options:

    AAS - Electronic Engineering Technology
    Certificate - Electronic Engineering Technology


    Students in the Electronic Engineering Technology Program will receive training in several diversified areas of electronics. This program emphasizes the application of mathematical theorems and applied physics toward the design and analysis of electronic circuits. Students will be exposed to a combination of classroom theory and hands-on laboratory design and analysis experiments.

    Program curriculum and laboratory equipment have been formally evaluated and endorsed by an advisory committee consisting of members of the electronics industry.

    Through articulation agreements, students can transfer their completed program toward a bachelor’s degree into several colleges and universities. Students planning to transfer to a college or university should check with the Collin academic advisor prior to beginning this program to verify course transferability.


    AAS – Electronic Engineering Technology
    61 credit hours

    FIRST YEAR
    First Semester
    CETT 1325 Digital Fundamentals
    ENGL 1301 Composition I
    ENGR 1201 Introduction to Engineering
    MATH 1314 College Algebra1
    RBTC 1305 Robotic Fundamentals
    Second Semester
    CETT 1303 DC Circuits
    CETT 1345 Microprocessor
    DFTG 1309 Basic Computer-Aided Drafting
    MATH 1316 Plane Trigonometry
    Electronic Elective*
    Summer
    ECON 1301 Introduction to Economics (See Social / Behavioral Sciences Options)
    SPCH 1311 Introduction to Speech Communication (See Speech Options)
    SECOND YEAR
    First Semester
    CETT 1305 AC Circuits
    HUMA 1301 Introduction to Humanities I (See Humanities / Fine Arts Options)
    PHYS 1401 College Physics I
    SMFT 1371 Fundamentals of Solar Cell Engineering
    Second Semester
    CETT 1357 Linear Integrated Circuits
    EECT 1348 Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
    HART 2372 Alternative Energy Perspectives, Energy Sources, Energy Storage, and Energy Distribution (Capstone)
    PHYS 1402 College Physics II 2  -OR-  Electronic Elective*

    1 May substitute MATH-1316, MATH-1324, MATH-1325, MATH-1332, MATH-1342, MATH-1350, MATH-1351, MATH-1414, MATH-2305, MATH-2312, MATH-2318, MATH-2320, MATH-2413, MATH-2414, MATH-2415, MATH-2417, or MATH-2419
    2 For students planning to transfer to a four-year college or university. Workforce students will substitute an electronic elective*
    * Electronic Elective (2-3 credit hours): BIOM-2280, BIOM-1355, CETT-1329, INTC-1307, or SMFT-1375 will satisfy this requirement. Courses not listed above may be substituted with consent of Program Director.


    Certificate - Electronic Engineering Technology
    26 credit hours

    FIRST YEAR
    First Semester
    CETT 1325 Digital Fundamentals
    MATH 1314 College Algebra
    Second Semester
    CETT 1303 DC Circuits
    CETT 1345 Microprocessor
    ENGR 1201 Introduction to Engineering
    SECOND YEAR
    First Semester
    CETT 1305 AC Circuits
    SMFT 1371 Fundamentals of Solar Cell Engineering
    Second Semester
    CETT 1357 Linear Integrated Circuits
    EECT 1348 Digital Signal Processing (DSP) (Capstone)












    * OPTION 1:
    • Students pursuing the Electronic Engineering track should complete MATH-1314.
    • Students pursuing the Computer Maintenance track should complete CPMT-1405.
    ** OPTION 2:
    • Students pursuing the Electronic Engineering track should complete CETT-1457.
    • Students pursuing the Computer Maintenance track should complete CPMT-2302.

     





    Note: The second digit in a course number indicates the number of credit hours
    for that course.

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    Contact Information
    Program Director:
    Dave Galley
    PRC-H213
    972.377.1676

    Academic Advisor:
    Catherine Smith
    PRC-F134
    972.377.1780

    Samantha Dean
    SCC-G122
    972.881.5190