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Typical Course Sequence
Below is a typical course sequence for the Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology bachelor's degree program. Schedules will vary by student, depending on areas of interest.
|Semester 1||Credits||Semester 2||Credits|
|Electrical Circuits I||3||Electrical Circuits II||3|
|Electrical Circuits Laboratory I||1||Electrical Circuits II Laboratory||1|
|Technical Mathematics I||3||Digital Electronics||3|
|Intro to Engineering Technology||1||Digital Electronics Laboratory||1|
|Manufacturing Materials, Processes, and Laboratory||3||Introductory Physics I||4|
|Arts course||3||Technical Mathematics II||3|
|Rhetoric and Composition||3
||Engineering Methods in Engineering Technology||1|
|Total Credits||17||Total Credits||17|
|Semester 3||Semester 4|
|Fundamental of Semiconductors||2||Linear Electronic Circuits||3|
|Semiconductor Laboratory||1||Linear Electronics Laboratory||1|
|Microprocessors||3||Intro to Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|Fundamentals of Electrical Machines using Writing Skills||5||Intro to CAD for Electrical and Computer Engineering||2|
|Globalization, Technology, and Ethics||3||Mechanics for Technology: Statics
|Technical Calculus||4||Effective Speech
|Total Credits||18||Humanities course||3|
This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.