CPET 29900 – Selected Computer Engineering Technology Subject
CPET 29900 – Visual Programming and Spreadsheet Applications for Technology and Science.
ECET 10700 – Introduction to Circuit Analysis
ECET 10900 – Digital Fundamentals
ECET 15700 – Electronic Circuit Analysis
ECET 15900 – Digital Applications
ECET 19600 – Introduction to EET and Projects
ECET 20700 – AC Electronics Circuit Analysis
ECET 20900 – Introduction to Microcontrollers
ECET 21300 – Survey of Electricity and Electronics
ECET 23100 – Electrical Power and Controls
ECET 25700 – Consumer Power Electronics
ECET 29900 – Selected Electrical Engineering Technology Subjects
ECET 30400 – Introduction to Communication Systems
ECET 30700 – Analog Network Signal Processing
ECET 30900 – Advanced Embedded Microcontrollers
ECET 31400 – RF Signals and Systems
ECET 33100 – Generation and Transmission of Electrical Power
ECET 34500 – Advanced Digital Systems
ECET 35700 – Real-Time Digital Signal Processing
ECET 35900 – PC Interfacing and Applications
ECET 37200 – Process Control
ECET 39200 – Digital Signal Processing
ECET 41400 – Wireless Communications
ECET 42400 – Wireless Systems: Design and Measurement
ECET 47400 – Digital Communications
ECET 48000 – Professional Issues in EET
ECET 48300 – Network Fundamentals with Microcontrollers
ECET 48800 – Automatic Test Instrumentation
ECET 49900 – Electrical Engineering Technology
|ECET 49900 – Senior Design Project Phase I|
Lab. 4, cr. 2. Prerequisite: Senior-level in BS Engineering Technology degree program.
An extensive individual design project, carried out with guidance from a faculty adviser. Phase I includes determining customer requirements, considering design alternatives, deciding and drawing the functional blocks of the project, drafting a project timeline and writing a formal project proposal. At the end of the semester, students present their proposals to an audience consisting of other engineering technology students and faculty. Typically offered Fall.
|ECET 49900 – Senior Design Project Phase II|
Lab. 4, cr. 2. Prerequisites: ECET 49900, Senior Design Project Phase I, and senior-level in BS Engineering Technology degree program.
Conclusion of the design project begun in ECET 49900, Senior Design Project Phase I. Project’s functional blocks are built and tested; blocks are integrated into final, working product; formal report, slide presentation and video are produced. At the end of the semester, each student presents their finished product to an audience consisting of other engineering technology students and faculty. Typically offered Spring.
|ECET 49900 – Computer Game Hardware and Software |
Class 3, lab. 3, cr. 4.
This course introduces programming principles and techniques using a game multimedia system such as Alice. Students will learn to integrate graphics, animation and sound assets into reactive environments that encourage interactivity and engage the end-user(s) or player(s). Then the course examines the game related hardware devices and their design, and finally introduces game multimedia technologies such as computer graphics, animations, image, video and audio. Typically offered Summer/Fall/Spring.
ECET 49900 – Computer Game Hardware/Software and Multimedia Programming
ECET 49900 – Intro to Nanotechnology