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2012-13 Undergraduate Catalog 
2012-13 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology Concentration, B.S.

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Department of Engineering Technology 

Engineering Technology is a technologically advanced program at the Bachelor of Science level utilizing theoretical concepts and hands-on instruction. Program selection is from the following concentrations: Computer Engineering Technology, Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology.

The Computer Engineering Technology concentration requires 51 hours and is accredited by ABET, Inc. (http://www.abet.org) and provides the student with a sound technical base in electric and electronic circuits, digital systems, and computer hardware and software. Microcontroller, microprocessor, FPGA, and microcomputer applications in the area of control and automation as well as programming, data acquisition, transfer, and analysis are also emphasized.

Employment opportunities exist in various industrial fields that require the design and applications of digital computers such as manufacturing, medical, aerospace, control, instrumentation and measurements, and networking, installations, and maintenance of computers.

Engineering Technology Core

Concentration Specific Courses


A grade of C or better is required on transfer credits accepted as part of a major in Engineering Technology.

Optional Computer Science Minor

The minor will include CSCI 1170 , CSCI 2170 , CSCI 3160 , CSCI 3180  (14 hours) and at least 3 additional hours in upper-division computer science courses as approved by the minor and major advisors.

Curriculum: Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology

Curricular listings include General Education  requirements in Communication, History, Humanities and/or Fine Arts, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social/Behavioral Sciences categories.

Students should consult their advisors each semester to plan their schedules.

Subtotal: 33 Hours

Subtotal: 31 Hours


Subtotal: 30 Hours

Subtotal: 30 Hours

Sequences and Capstone

 Students must take three three- or five-course sequences and the capstone course as follows:


Instrumentation and Control

Capstone course

Total hours in program: 124 hours

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