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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Electronics Engineering Technology
Major: 3224
First Term: 2012 Fall    Final Term: Current
Award: AAS
Total Credits: 67
CIPS Code: 15.0303
Initiating College: Mesa Community College
Program Availability: College-Specific
Occupational Area: Manufacturing
Instructional Council: Applied Technology (57)
GPA: 2.00

Detailed Program Information


Description: The Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Electronic Engineering Technology program is designed to give students a foundation of experience important in engineering assistants, field engineers, prototype designers, specification writers, technical representatives, etc. The Electronic Engineering Technology program of study at Mesa Community College (MCC) is designed to provide the student with an AAS degree and at the same time allow for the maximum number of transfer credits to four year institution.

Program Notes:
+ indicates course has prerequisites and/or corequisites.
Students must earn a grade of "C" or better in all courses within the program.


Program Prerequisites
 Credits: 0-5
 MAT120Intermediate Algebra (5) OR 
 MAT121Intermediate Algebra (4) OR 
 MAT122Intermediate Algebra (3) OR 
 Higher as indicated by assessment or satisfactory score on a placement exam 0-5
 
Required Courses
 Credits: 47
+ECE102Engineering Analysis tools and Techniques2
+ECE103Engineering Program Solving and Design2
+ELE111Circuit Analysis I4
+ELE112Circuit Analysis II4
+ELE121Solid State Devices and Circuits I4
+ELE131Digital Logic and Circuits3
 ELE181Computer Programming for Technology3
+ELE222Solid-State Devices and Circuits II4
+ELE241Microprocessor Concepts4
+MAT220Calculus with Analytic Geometry I5
+MAT231Calculus with Analytic Geometry II4
+PHY111General Physics I4
 
+PHY112General Physics II (4) OR 
+CHM130Fundamental Chemistry (3) AND 
+CHM130LLFundamental Chemistry Laboratory (1)4
 
General Education Requirements
 
General Education RequirementCredits: 20-26
 
General Education CoreCredits: 15-20
 
First-Year CompositionCredits: 6
+ENG101First-Year Composition (3) OR 
+ENG107First-Year Composition for ESL (3)
 AND
 ENG111Technical and Professional Writing (3)6
 
Oral CommunicationCredits: 3
 COM100Introduction to Human Communication (3) OR 
 COM110Interpersonal Communication (3) OR 
 COM230Small Group Communication (3)3
 
Critical ReadingCredits: 0-3
 CRE101College Critical Reading (3) OR 
 Equivalent as indicated by assessment0-3
 
MathematicsCredits: 6-8
 MAT150College Algebra / Functions (5) OR 
 MAT151College Algebra / Functions (4) OR 
 MAT152College Algebra / Functions (3)3-5
 
 MAT182Plane Trigonometry (3) OR 
 Satisfactory completion of a higher level mathematics course3
 
General Education DistributionCredits: 5-6
 
Humanities and Fine ArtsCredits: 2-3
 Any approved general education course in the Humanities and Fine Arts Area2-3
 
Social and Behavioral SciencesCredits: 3
 Any approved general education course from the Social and Behavioral Sciences area3
 
Natural SciencesCredits: 0
 Met by PHY111 AND PHY112 OR CHM130 AND CHM130LL in required courses area0
 

Program Competencies
 
1. Utilize computer programs and modeling to analyze engineering problems that will result in a design. (ECE102)
2.Apply the fundamentals of the design process and problem solving skills in a team environment to solve problems. (ECE103)
3.Apply Ohms and Kirchoff's laws to the solution of DC circuits and networks. (ELE111)
4.Apply Kirchoff's Laws in conjunction with phasor concepts to solve AC circuits and networks. (ELE112)
5.Apply small signal linear analysis to bipolar and field-effect transistor circuits, and multistage amplifiers. (ELE121)
6.Apply the concept of Boolean algebra to the generation and reduction of logic circuits. (ELE131)
7.Use computer programs to solve technology related problems. (ELE181)
8.Use the operational amplifier as a linear functional block. (ELE222)
9.Use assembly language to program a microprocessor. (ELE241)
10.Perform the operation of differentiation and integration on functions of one variable. (MAT220)
11.Use elements of analytic geometry, sequences and series in performing the operation of differentiation and integration. (MAT231)
12.Apply physics concepts and principles to problems involving mechanics, fluid, sound and heat. (PHY111)
13.Apply fundamental physical science concepts of chemistry or electricity, magnetism and optics in the solution of associated problems. (PHY112, CHM130, CHM130LL)
 


All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.