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Electronic Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science (AAS)Semester Program Outline
Credits
Semester 1
EET 111 DC Electricity and Instrumentation 3
EET 112 Alternating Current and Passive Devices 3
EET 115 Digital Electronics I 3
CPT 101 Microcomputer I 3
MAT 101 College Algebra I and Trigonometry 3
SS 101 Student Success Seminar 1
16
Semester 2
EET 106 Digital Electronics II 4
EET 113 Introduction to Semiconductors 3
EET 114 Integrated Circuits and Thyristors 3
BRT 105 Blueprint/Schematic Reading 3
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
Elective 2/3
18/19
First Year Totals 34/35
Semester 3
AMT 221 Programmable Logic Controllers 4
EET 211 Communication Electronics 3
EET 213 Industrial Electronics 3
ENG 212 Public Speaking 3
MAT 201 College Algebra II and Trigonometry 3
16
Semester 4
AMT 223 Automation & Robotics 4
CIT 163 Network Architectures, Principles, and Protocols 4
EET 206 Applied Electronics Principles & Applications OR EET 207 OR 208 4
EET 207 Internship 4
EET 208 Co-op Educational Experience 4
BUS 101 Introduction to Business 3
15
Second Year Totals 31
Program Totals 65/66
Minimum Credits to Graduate 65
This course prepares students with skills labeled by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as those used in traditional or evolving green occupation.

 

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