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Electronics Engineering Technology (AAS.EET)

The Electronic Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare the student for transfer to one of Indiana State University's or Southern Illinois University's electronic degree programs. Students completing the Electronic Engineering Technology degree program have the skills and knowledge to be employed in many different electronic fields. This program teaches a broad range of electronics such as radio frequency communication, microprocessors, digital and linear electronics.

Program requirements may change over time. Specific degree/graduation requirements are determined by a degree audit

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First Year
First Semester

COREAPT-050

Credit Hours: 4.00

CORECAD-056

Credit Hours: 2.00

COREEET-056

Credit Hours: 3.00

GENENG-050

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Credit Hours: 3.00

GENMAT-130

Credit Hours: 3.00

First Year
Second Semester

COREEET-076

Credit Hours: 3.00

COREAPT-051

Credit Hours: 4.00

COREEET-057

Credit Hours: 3.00

GENCOM-111

Credit Hours: 3.00

GENMAT-132

Credit Hours: 3.00

Second Year
First Semester

COREEET-078

Credit Hours: 3.00

COREEET-072

Credit Hours: 2.00

COREEET-086

Credit Hours: 2.00

COREEET-081

Credit Hours: 3.00

COREEET-048

Credit Hours: 3.00

GENPHY-130

Credit Hours: 4.00

Second Year
Second Semester

COREEET-066

Credit Hours: 4.00

COREEET-085

Credit Hours: 2.00

GENPHY-131

Credit Hours: 4.00

GENECO-231

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Credit Hours: 3.00

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Credit Hours: 3.00

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Suggested Electives
IND-044
Fluid Power

IND-044
Fluid Power

Provides technician with basic concepts of pneumatics and hydraulics. This includes: fluid properties and laws, safety concerns, conductor types and sizing, pump operation and horsepower requirements, directional, pressure and flow control valves, fluid symbols. Trainers provide hands-on experience for students.

Course Outline

3.0
MAT-241
Analytical Geometry and Calculus I

MAT-241
Analytical Geometry and Calculus I

Differential and integral calculus of elementary functions of one variable, such as polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, will be covered. Applications include rates of change, optimization, curve sketching and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


Course Outline

5.0
ANT-200
General Anthropology

ANT-200
General Anthropology

The course provides an introduction to cultural and physical anthropology. Human and animal behavior is studied by using the comparative method. Some of the topics covered are: religion, magic, kinship, sex roles, human evolution, race, archeology and primates.

Course Outline

3.0
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Suggested Electives
IND-044
Fluid Power

IND-044
Fluid Power

Provides technician with basic concepts of pneumatics and hydraulics. This includes: fluid properties and laws, safety concerns, conductor types and sizing, pump operation and horsepower requirements, directional, pressure and flow control valves, fluid symbols. Trainers provide hands-on experience for students.

Course Outline

3.0
MAT-241
Analytical Geometry and Calculus I

MAT-241
Analytical Geometry and Calculus I

Differential and integral calculus of elementary functions of one variable, such as polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions, will be covered. Applications include rates of change, optimization, curve sketching and area. A graphing calculator is required. Ask instructor for calculator recommendations.


Course Outline

5.0
ANT-200
General Anthropology

ANT-200
General Anthropology

The course provides an introduction to cultural and physical anthropology. Human and animal behavior is studied by using the comparative method. Some of the topics covered are: religion, magic, kinship, sex roles, human evolution, race, archeology and primates.

Course Outline

3.0
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