Electronics Engineering Technology

80 Week Program

Associate in Applied Science Degree
102 Quarter Credit Hours

The Technological Revolution is here!

Electronics Engineering Technologists have just the right spark to keep technology operations running smoothly. They assist with the development, testing, and production of such things as circuit boards, wireless phones, PDAs, medical equipment, and control systems.

If you think you would like to create your own spark consider TBI’s Electronics Engineering Technology Program.**

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY*PROGRAM OUTLINE

Things to Look Forward to

  • Capstone project
  • Community Service
  • Other Events

Program Description

The Electronic Engineering Technology program has two tracks, one with Electronic Circuitemphasis and the other with Visual Programming emphasis. The core program, common to both tracks, provides the successful student with skills in basic electronics, component usage, focuses on modern lab documentation techniques, and the analysis of analog circuits, digital circuits and microcontroller systems. In the final two academic quarters, The Electronic focuses on Solid State Device operation and the study of Digital Communication Systems. TheProgramming Track offers 12 credit Hours of programming within a visual environment, such as .NET, or another contemporary tool, based on current industry trends.

ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY*PROGRAM OUTLINE

GENERAL EDUCATION (39 Credits)
Students in all A.A.S. degree programs at TBI must participate in core General Education courses. The general education component of the A.A.S. degree requires a minimum of 39.0credit hours designed to meet the skills needed for an occupation. The general education components comprise Communication, Humanities, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Mathematics and Physical/Life Sciences.

CORE REQUIREMENTS (56 Credits)
EET 101/102L …………Principles of Electronics (Lecture=4, Lab=2) …………….. 6
EET 103B/104L ………Solid State Devices (Lecture=4, Lab=2) …………………….. 6
EET 105B/106L ………Digital Systems (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ………………………….. 6
EET 107 …………………Technical Math ……………………………………………………….. 4
EET 125/126L …………Advanced Digital Systems (Lecture=4, Lab=2) …………… 6
EET 127/128L …………Circuit Analysis (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ………………………….. 6
EET 203A/204L ………Micro-Controllers (Lecture=4, Lab=2) ……………………… 6
ITE 103L ………………..Computer Troubleshooting Lab ………………………………… 2
ITE 104 ………………….Introduction to Programming (C, C++) ……………………… 2

ELECTIVES Electronics Track (12 Credits)
EET 110 …… Excel as an Engineering Tool1 …….. 2
EET 115 …… Introduction to Networking1 ………. 4
EET 201A …. Digital Communications2 ……………. 4
EET 202L …. Digital Communications Lab2 ……… 2
ELECTIVES Programming Track (12 Credits)
ITE 102 ……. Programming Essentials1 ……………. 4
ITE 112L ….. Programming Essentials Lab1 ……… 2
ITE 201 ……. Advanced Programming2 ……………. 4
ITE 211L ….. Advanced Programming Lab2 ……… 2
1 Scheduled in the 6th quarter. 2 Scheduled in the 7th quarter.

SUPPORT REQUIREMENTS (7 Credits)
BUS 101 …………………Keyboarding ………………………………………………………….. 2
EET 299 …………………Integrative Seminar in Electronics Engineering …………. 2
Technology
CIS 102A ……………….Introduction to Computer Software ………………………….. 3

“R” indicates a research component that is incorporated into this course to make it Illinois Articulation Initiative (IAI) compatible.
* Fewer than 10 graduates, no gainful employment disclosure information required.

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* Fewer than 10 Graduates, no Gainful Employment Disclosure Information Required

** For detail information regarding entrance requirements, program description and learning outcomes see College’s Catalog