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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S. Degree

Program Information

A.S. Degree - Code 2003 - Catalog 2017/2018

Anindya Paul, Chair, 386-506-4155, paula@DaytonaState.edu

Linda Sullivan, 386-506-4154, Linda.Sullivan@daytonastate.edu

Program Mission, Description, and Outcomes

Mission:

The program prepares students in the field of electronics in areas of AC circuits, solid-state devices, analog circuits, digital circuits and microprocessor systems. Additionally, the content covers concepts of circuit diagrams and schematics, soldering, fiber optics system and laboratory practices. The program incorporates innovative teaching methods, uses latest technology, thus encouraging student success. After completion, students may seek career jobs or transition into baccalaureate programs.

Description:

The Electronics Engineering Technology program offers opportunities for students desiring to learn about the field of electronics in such areas as analog and digital circuits, computers, instrumentation, communications, microprocessor and fiber optics systems.

Outcomes:

Graduates of the program will be able to:

  1. Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic science, and engineering to solve problems encompassing the fundamental areas of electronic engineering technology.
  2. Apply knowledge of one or more disciplines within electronic engineering technology to the solution of technical problems.
  3. Identify and analyze applications of electrical components or systems to meet desired needs.
  4. Create and conduct experiments to acquire needed data, and to analyze and interpret data to solve engineering technology problems.
  5. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of computers and other modern tools and skills to solve technical problems.
  6. Comply with and function as a member of a diverse multidisciplinary team in the solution of engineering problems.
  7. Demonstrate proficiency in communicating ideas and information orally and in writing.
  8. Relate the need for, and an ability to learn new concepts as required for the continuing practice of electronic engineering technology.
  9. Comprehend ethical responsibility and professional integrity issues related to the practice of electronic engineering technology.
  10. Comprehend contemporary technological and societal issues, and the impact of technology on society in both a local and global context.

Note: This program is eligible for federal financial aid and state bright futures.

Approximate Additional Costs

Consult assistant chair for approximate costs of textbooks, lab fees and project fees. A scientific calculator is required first semester. Electronics Assembly project cost is $187.

General Education Courses

General Education Core - 29 Credits

Communication Core (9 credits)

ENC1101Introduction to Composition

3

ENC1102Writing with Research

3

SPC2608Oral Communications/Research/Presentation Skills

3

Mathematics Core (6 credits)

MAC1114College Trigonometry

3

MAC1105College Algebra

3

Natural Sciences Core (8 Credits)

Physical Sciences
PHY1053CGeneral Physics I and Lab

4

Biological Sciences - 4 credits

Choose One Course

BOT1010CGeneral Botany and Lab

4

BSC1005Survey of Biological Sciences (For Non-Science Majors)

3

BSC1005LSurvey of Biological Science (For Non-Science Majors) Lab

1

OCB2000CIntroduction to Marine Biology and Lab

4

Social Sciences Core (3 credits)

Choose One Course

DEP2004Developmental Psychology

3

PSY1012General Psychology

3

SYG2000Introduction to Sociology

3

Humanities Core (3 Credits)

Choose One Course

AML2050Modern American Literature

3

AML2060Contemporary American Literature

3

AML2600Introduction to African American Literature

3

ARH1000Art Appreciation

3

DAN1100Dance Appreciation

3

HUM2210Prehistory to Medieval Humanities

3

HUM2230Renaissance to Postmodern Humanities

3

LIT2040Dramatic Literature

3

LIT2110Masterpieces of World Literature I

3

LIT2120Masterpieces of World Literature II

3

LIT2380Literature By Women

3

MUL1010Music Appreciation

3

MUL2380Popular Music in America

3

THE1000Theatre Appreciation

3

Note: Prior to enrollment in college-level English or math courses, some students may be advised to complete college preparatory/developmental course work. See an Academic Advisor to determine developmental course requirements.

Program Specific Courses

CET1112CDigital Fundamentals and Lab

4

CET2123CMicrocomputer and Basic Digital Communications and Lab

4

COP1000Principles of Computer Programming

3

CGS2100Microcomputer Applications

3

EET1011CIntroduction to Electrical Circuits and Lab

3

EET1021CAdvanced Electrical Circuits and Lab

3

EET1141CAnalog Devices and Circuits and

4

EET1607CElectronics Assembly and Cabling and Lab

3

EET2142CAnalog Circuits and Basic Analog Communications and Lab

4

ETM2315CSimulation Power and Control and Lab

3

Technical Elective-CHOOSE ONLY 5 Credit Hours

PHY1054CGeneral Physics II and Lab

4

EGS1000Professional Performance for Technicians

3

EET2949Cooperative Education Experience in Electronics

1

CTS1851Internet Web Foundations (HTML, CSS)

3

 

COP2800Computer Programming Java

3

OR

COP2360C# Programming

3

PHY1054C: Students choosing the PHY1054C option could choose a 1 hour Cooperative Education (EET2949) class instead of 2 hours.

Sample Program of Study

Year 1

1st Semester

Mathematics Core

3

CGS2100Microcomputer Applications

3

CET1112CDigital Fundamentals and Lab

4

EET1011CIntroduction to Electrical Circuits and Lab

3

EET1607CElectronics Assembly and Cabling and Lab

3

2nd Semester

ENC1101Introduction to Composition

3

MAC1114College Trigonometry

3

EET1021CAdvanced Electrical Circuits and Lab

3

EET1141CAnalog Devices and Circuits and

4

Summer Semester

Humanities Core

3

COP1000Principles of Computer Programming

3

Year 2

1st Semester

Biological Sciences

4

PHY1053CGeneral Physics I and Lab

4

ENC1102Writing with Research

3

CET2123CMicrocomputer and Basic Digital Communications and Lab

4

EET2142CAnalog Circuits and Basic Analog Communications and Lab

4

2nd Semester

Technical Elective (Class & Coop)

5

Social Sciences Core

3

SPC2608Oral Communications/Research/Presentation Skills

3

ETM2315CSimulation Power and Control and Lab

3

Note: Sequence of courses may vary. Check catalog course descriptions for requisite requirements.

Total Credit Hours: 68

Notes

Any AS degree at Daytona State College will articulate into and allow admission into the BS programs offered at Daytona State College.