Associate in Applied Science
Electronic Engineering Technology
This Degree prepares graduates for entry-level work as technicians or for pursuing B.S. degrees in electronic engineering technology. Students gain knowledge and skills in one of five concentrations chosen from the Engineering Technology curriculum: general, computer, communications, clinical, and rehabilitation. This Degree is accepted for transfer at selected four-year institutions.
Graduates will be able to:
- Use the following computer programs: Pspice, Electronic Work Bench, Derive, and Microsoft Office.
- Solve Engineering problems using calculus.
- Solve numerical problems associated with the principles of engineering.
- Construct and analyze simple DC and AC circuits.
- Construct and analyze solid-state circuits consisting of diodes and transistors.
- Construct and analyze digital logic circuits.
- Describe and utilize basic structures and operation of microprocessors including assembly language programming.
- Manipulate scientific apparatus, gather and analyze data, draw conclusions from laboratory information, and write clear concise scientific reports.