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									Electrical Engineering Technology Bachelor of Science
The Electrical Engineering Technology program is a combination of courses in electricity, electronics, mathematics,
science, and general education areas. The program is designed to prepare graduates for employment in research
laboratories, electronic industries, and in any industry that uses electrical power or electronic controls.

The basic curriculum will provide the student with knowledge to work in the fields of communications electronics,
industrial electronics, military electronics, computer electronics, automation, industrial controls, electronic servicing,
electrical power, aviation electronics, and others.


First Semester                                           Second Semester
3 ECET 120 Gateway to EET                                3 ECET 177 DAQ & Systems Control
3 TECH 120 Technology & the Individual                   3 ECET 179 Intro to Digital Systems
3 General Education Elective (IUS)                       3 MATH 222 Calculus for Technology II
3 MATH 221 Calculus for Technology                       3 CSCI-C105 Intro to C Programming (IUS)
3 ENG-W131 English Composition (IUS)                     3 SPCH-S121 Public Speaking (IUS)
15                                                       15

Third Semester                                           Fourth Semester
3 ECET 227 DC & Pulse Electronics                        3 ECET 270 Electronics Prototype Dev/Const
3 ECET 229 Concurrent Digital Systems                    3 ECET 273 Modern Energy Systems
1 ECET 220 Prof Career Development                       3 ECET 274 Wireless Communications
5 PHYS-P201 General Physics (IUS)                        3 ECET 277 AC/Power Elctrncs or ECET 279 Emb Dig Sys
3 Business Selective                                     5 PHYS-P202 Physics II (IUS)
3 Communication Selective (IUS)                          17
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Credit Hours Required for the Bachelor of Science: 126

Fifth Semester                                           Sixth Semester
3 ECET 33XX Advanced Analysis Selective                  1 ECET 380 Professional Issues in EET
3 ECET Elective                                          3 ECET Elective
3 TECH 320 Technology & the Organization                 3 IET 451 Monetary Analysis for Ind Decisions
3 Communication Selective (IUS)                          3 TECH 330 Tech & Global Society
3 MATH-K300 Statistical Methods (IUS)                    3 General Education Elective
15                                                       3 Technical Selective
                                                         16

Seventh Semester                                         Eighth Semester
3 ECET 430 Elec Product & Program Mgmt                   3 ECET 460 Project Design & Development
3 ECET Elective                                          3 ECET Elective
3 General Education Elective (IUS)                       3 General Education Elective (IUS)
3 Technical Selective                                    3 Technical Selective
3 Technical Selective                                    3 Free Elective
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Effective Fall 2012                                                                                Revised 8-30-11


Purdue University College of Technology, 3000 Technology Ave, New Albany, IN 47150 (812) 206-8381
ECET Electives (12 credits)
ECET 32900 Adv Embedded Digital Systems
ECET 33500 Computer Arch & Perform Eval
ECET 33700 Analog Signal Processing
ECET 33900 Digital Signal Processing
ECET 34900 Advanced Digital Systems
ECET 36400 Fundamentals of Electromagnetics
ECET 38800 Analog IC Applications
ECET 42800 Audio Electronics-Selected Topics
ECET 44400 Wireless Systems: Design & Meas

ECET 33X Advanced Analysis Selective
 (3 credits)
ECET 33500 Computer Arch & Perform Eval
ECET 33700 Analog Signal Processing
ECET 33900 Digital Signal Processing

Technical Selectives (12 credits) Limited to 6 credits in any one discipline
   College of Technology courses
   CSCI courses (except CSCI 106)
   Lab-based Science courses in
    PHYS, CHEM, or BIOL
   MUS-A101, MUS-A301, MUS-A302

Business Selective (3 credits)
   BUS-F260 Personal Finance
   ECON 101 or higher
   IT 10400 Industrial Organizations
    IT 23000 Industrial Supply Chain Mgmt
    IT 33000 Industrial Sales & Sales Mgmt
    IT 33200 Purchasing, Inventory & Warehouse
   BUS-A201 Business Accounting or higher
   OLS 25200 Human Relations in Org
    OLS 27400 Applied Leadership
    OLS 28400 Leadership Principles
    OLS 32500 Meeting Management
    OLS 35100 OSHA Standards

Communication Selectives (6 credits)
3 credit hours from each category
 Written communication (3 credits)
    ENG-W203 Creative Writing
    ENG-W231 Professional Writing Skills
    ENG-W234 Technical Writing
 Oral communication (3 credits)
    SPCH 200 or higher

General Education Electives (12 credits)
   ANTH, ENG, FINA, HIST, MUS, PHIL, POLS, PSY, REL, SOC, SPCH, THTR, and foreign language
    courses (up to six credits with the exception of foreign language may be 12)

Purdue University College of Technology, 3000 Technology Ave, New Albany, IN 47150 (812) 206-8381

								
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