Bachelor of Science in Electronic Eng. Technology

Electronic Engineering Technology
The Electronic Engineering Technology degree program offers a curriculum that focuses on electrical and electronic devices, circuits, systems, and microprocessor with emphasis on applications, and hands-on experience. The field of electronic engineering technology is the largest engineering technology discipline as it is critical in today's high technology growth industries such as, wireless communications, computer networking, RF circuits and systems.

EET has introduced course in robotics and PLC (Programming Logic Controller). Through the EET program, students are trained to work in various areas, such as electronic communications, digital systems and computing, automatic control systems and robotics, audio and video systems, and medical electronics. Most courses have a required laboratory component in which skills in the use of computers for problems solving, application and use of modem electronic test equipment and microprocessors are developed.

Students completing the four-year program receive a B.S. degree in Electronic Engineering Technology. Graduates of the Electronic Engineering Technology program can find employment in the development and testing of new communication devices; designing specialized electronics; supervision of the manufacturing of the electronic devices; the field of instrumentation and automation; and the computing industry as hardware or software technologists. Furthermore, graduates of the program are equipped to pursue graduate studies in such fields as Engineering, Engineering Technology, Computer Science and Management.

Bachelor in Electronic Engineering TechnologyCurriculum

*This is a State common prerequisite. Substitutions identified in the State of Florida Common Prerequisite Manual at www.flvc.org will be accepted.
Graduation Requirements:
1). “C” or better in all courses
2). minimum CUM GPA of 2.0/4.0
3). Completion of Florida’s Foreign Language Requirement, 2 units in the same language
4). Completion of Florida’s Civic Literacy requirement.

Fall
Course Title Hours
EET 2035 Electrical Fundamentals I w/Lab 4
EGS 1000 Intro to Engineering Technology `1
ENC 1101 Fresh Com Skills I (State Core) 3
MAC 1114 Algebra Trig Functions 3
  African American History Elective 3
Semeter Hours: 14

 

Spring
Course Title Hours
CET 2365C C-Program Eng. & Technology 3
EET 2036 Electrical Fundamentals II w/Lab 4
ENC 1102 Fresh Com Skills II 3
MAC 2311 Calculus I*  4
  Humanities State Core Elective 3
Semester Hours: 17
Year 1 Total: 31
 

 

Fall
Course Title Hours
EET 2150 Electronic Devices & Circuits w/Lab 5
ENC 3243 Technical Report Writing 3
MAC 2312 Calculus II* 4
PHY 2053 College Physics I w/Lab) * 4
Semester Hours: 16

 

Spring
Course Title Hours
CHM 1025 Intro to Psychology* 4
PHY 2054 Principles of Economics* 4
SPC 2608 Intro to Philosophy* 3
  Social Science State Core Elective 3
  Humanities Elective 3
Semester Hours: 17
Year 2 Total: 33

 

 

 

Fall
Course Title Hours
CET 3195 Digital Electronics w/Lab  4
CET 3468 Computer Aided Circuits Analysis 3
EET 3320 Communication Systems w/Lab 4
STA 2023 Intro to Probability & Statistics 3
  Social Science Elective 3
Semester Hours: 17

 

Spring
Course Title Hours
CET 2123 Microprocessor Fundamentals w/Lab 4
EET 3321 Adv. Communications Systems w/Lab 4
EET 4165 Electronics Design I w/Lab 4
EET 4735 Industrial Electronics & Controls w/Lab  4
Semester Hours: 16
Year 3 Total: 33

 

Fall
Course Title Hours
ETS 3543 Programmable Logic Controls w/Lab 4
EET 4166 Electronic Design II w/Lab 4
EET 4950 Technical Design Project Proposal 1
ETC 4454 Technical Elective 4
Semester Hours: 13

 

Spring
Course Title Hours
EET 4914  EET Technical Design Project  3
ETG 4939 Professional Seminar 1
ETI 4671 Principles of Engineering Economy 2
ETS 4538  Instrumentation w/Lab 4
  Technical Elective 4
Semester Total: 14
Year 4 Total: 27

Curriculum Total: 124

 

Division of Engineering Technology Faculty

Name Title Email Phone
Alif Khawand Instructor alif.khawand@famu.edu (850) 599-3244
Chao Li Associate Professor & Engineering Technology Program Coordinator chao.li@famu.edu (850) 599-8645
Tejal Mulay Visiting Assistant Professor tejal.udhan@famu.edu (850) 599-3244
Leon Prosper Instructor leon.prosper@famu.edu (850) 599-8636

 

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