Electronics Technology, B.S.

Advisor: D. Zanella (860-832-1841)

Accredited by ATMAE

This degree prepares students to work as a member of an engineering team in applied design, product development, manufacturing, maintenance, or technical support/sales services in the electrical and electronic industries, which include telecommunications, control systems, manufacturing of electromechanical devices and computer services. There is a graduation requirement of a capstone assessment during a student's final year of study.

General Education

Study Area I - Arts and Humanities (9 credits)

Literature Requirement (recommend an International)

TM 190Global Quality Management Systems

3

TM 362Leading Project Teams

3

MGT 295Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior

3

AC 210Principles of Industrial Accounting

3

MKT 295Fundamentals of Marketing

3

 

CS 151Computer Science I

3

or

CS 213Applications of Computing I

3

 

CEGT 200Seminar

1

CET 113Introduction to Information Processing

3

CET 223Basic Electrical Circuits

3

CET 233Advanced Electrical Circuits

3

CET 243Analog Electronics I

3

CET 323Analog Electronics II

3

CET 363Digital Circuits

3

CEGT 400Internship and Senior Seminar

3

CET 443Electronic Communications

3

CET 453Microcomputers

3

CET 463Advanced Microcomputers

3

Literature (3)

3

Elective

3

Elective required

3

Study Area IV - Natural Scientific (6 credits)

Study Area II - Social Sciences (9 credits)

ECON 200Principles of Macroeconomics

3

or

ECON 201Principles of Microeconomics

3

History (3)

3

Elective

3

Study Area III - Behavioral Sciences (6 credits)

Recommend PSY 112

 

Elective

3

Elective

3

Study Area IV - Natural Scientific (6 credits)
CHEM 161General Chemistry

3

PHYS 111Introductory Physics I

3

Skill Area I - Communication Skills (6 credits)
ENG 105Enhanced Introduction to College Writing

3

and

ENG 105PEnhanced Introduction to College Writing Workshop

2

or

ENG 110Introduction to College Writing

3

ENGR 290Engineering Technical Writing and Presentation

3

Skill Area II - Mathematics (6 credits)
MATH 115Trigonometry

3

or

MATH 116Pre-Calculus Mathematics

3

STAT 104Elementary Statistics

3

Skill III - Foreign Language

See the University Catalog for the foreign language requirement

Skill IV - Univ. Requirements (2-3 credits)
PE 144Fitness/Wellness Ventures

2

Major Requirements
CET 223Basic Electrical Circuits

3

CET 233Advanced Electrical Circuits

3

CET 243Analog Electronics I

3

CET 323Analog Electronics II

3

CET 363Digital Circuits

3

CET 443Electronic Communications

3

CET 453Microcomputers

3

CET 463Advanced Microcomputers

3

CS 213Applications of Computing I

3

or

CS 151Computer Science I

3

Related Major Requirements
CET 113Introduction to Information Processing

3

CEGT 200Seminar

1

CEGT 400Internship and Senior Seminar

3

TM 190Global Quality Management Systems

3

TM 362Leading Project Teams

3

AC 210Principles of Industrial Accounting

3

or

AC 211Introduction to Financial Accounting

3

MGT 295Fundamentals of Management and Organizational Behavior

3

MKT 295Fundamentals of Marketing

3

Directed Electives

Chosen with an advisor.

General Education Requirements

Required Courses

ENG 110Introduction to College Writing

3

ENGR 290Engineering Technical Writing and Presentation

3

STAT 104Elementary Statistics

3

MATH 115Trigonometry

3

ECON 201Principles of Microeconomics

3

CHEM 161General Chemistry

3

PHYS 111Introductory Physics I

3

Total Credit Hours: 120

Note: A minor is not required for this major.