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									                             Proposed Spring 99 Standards Revisions

                        Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology



           Proposed Revisions

The Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology Working Committee, in collaboration
with the Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology State Technical Committee,
recommends the revisions to standards stated in the attached Electronics and Computer
Engineering Technology Probe Report.

Recommended Action -- DTAE staff:
Recommend proposed revisions.

Recommended Action -- Joint VPIS/Presidents Ad Hoc Standards Committee:
     TBD

Board Approved Action
      TBD

Summary of Credit Changes: Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology

Hours                 Current        Proposed           Difference
Total Credit          113            117                +4
                                            Recommended         Difference
                      DTAE
                      VPIS/Pres AHSC         TBD
                                             Approved              Difference
                                             TBD




ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


EET 251 - LOCAL AREA NETWORKING

Provides a foundation in local area networking of computer systems. Emphasis is
placed on designing, installing, and managing a local area network. Topics include:
networking basics, local area networking standards, local area network systems
installation, local area networking software installation, server organization, local
area network management, and local area network design and hardware.
Competency Areas                                              Hours

- Networking Basics                                           Class/Week – 3 4
- Local Area Networking Standards                             P.Lab/Week – 7 6
- Local Area Network Systems Installation                     Credit – 5 7
- Local Area Networking Software Installation
- Server Organization
- Local Area Network Management
- Local Area Network Design and Hardware

Prerequisite:      One of the following: EET 201 with course grade of "C" or higher;
                CIS 216 with a course grade of AC" or higher; or DOS/Hardware
                Assessment Test with a score of 70 or higher


EET 256 - LOCAL AREA NETWORKING II

Continues the study of local area networking and requires the student to design and
implement all aspects of a local area network. Topics include: network designs,
network applications installation, communications server software and hardware
installation, CDROM server software and hardware installation, and network
management.

Competency Areas                                              Hours

- Network Designs                                             Class/Week – 3 4
- Network Applications Installation                           P.Lab/Week – 7 6
- Communications Server Software and Hardware                 Credit – 5 7
   Installation
- CDROM Server Software and Hardware Installation
- Network Management

Prerequisite:EET 251




                                                                          130-03-06


        ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY




ENG     191 Composition and Rhetoric I
ENG     193 Composition and Rhetoric II
ENG     195 Technical Communications
HUM 191     Introduction to Humanities
ICT  201    Electromechanical Devices
ICT  202    Control Systems
ICT  203    Programmable Controllers
MAT 191     College Algebra
MAT 193     College Trigonometry
MAT 195     Differential Calculus
PHY  191    Mechanics
PHY  192    Electricity and Magnetism
PHY  291    Fluids, Heat, Sound, and Light
PSY  191    Introductory Psychology
SOC  191    Introduction to Sociology
SPC 191     Fundamentals of Speech
XXX  xxx     Technical Elective




                                                Standard Number:
                                                        130-03-03


        ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY




c)   Essential Courses                              Credits
1) Essential General Core Courses                                          40

   Area I

   ENG 191 Composition and Rhetoric I                                      5
   ENG 195 Technical Communications                                        5
                AND
   ENG 193 Composition and Rhetoric II                                     5
                OR
   HUM 191 Introduction to Humanities                                      (5)
                OR
   SPC 191 Fundamentals of Speech                                          (5)

   Area II         (Complete one of the following)

   ECO       191   Principles of Economics                                  5
   ECO       193   Macroeconomics                                          (5)
   PSY       191   Introductory Psychology                                 (5)
   SOC       191   Introduction to Sociology                               (5)

   Area III

   MAT       191   College Algebra                                         5
   MAT       193   College Trigonometry                                    5
   PHY       191   Mechanics                                               5
   PHY       192   Electricity and Magnetism                               5

2) Essential Fundamental Technical Courses                                 28

   CIS       191   Computer Programming Fundamentals                       5
   DDF       191   Engineering Graphics I                                  3
   EET       101   D.C. Circuit Analysis                                   5
   EET       102   A.C. Circuit Analysis I                                 5
   MAT       195   Differential Calculus                                   5
   PHY       291   Fluids, Heat, Sound, and Light                          5
   XXX       xxx   Technical Elective                                      5


                                                                           130-03-03


   ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

                                      AND

     (Students must choose one of the following areas of specialization)
    3) Computer Engineering Technology Specialization Courses                 49

        EET   103    A.C. Circuit Analysis II                                  5
        EET   105    Electronic Devices                                        5
        EET   201    Digital Fundamentals                                      5
        EET   203    Microcomputer Fundamentals                                5
        EET   206    Microcomputer Interfacing                                 5
        EET   251    Local Area Networking I                                   5 7
        EET   256    Local Area Networking II                                  5 7
        XXX   xxx    Technical Elective(s) (minimum of one course in
                      object oriented programming)                            10
                                          OR

    3) Electronics Engineering Technology Specialization Courses              45

        EET   103    A.C. Circuit Analysis II                                  5
        EET   105    Electronic Devices                                        5
        EET   201    Digital Fundamentals                                      5
        EET   203    Microcomputer Fundamentals                                5
        EET   204    Linear Integrated Circuits                                5
        EET   206    Microcomputer Interfacing                                 5
        ICT   201    Electromechanical Devices                                 5
        XXX   xxx    Technical Elective(s)                                    10
                                           OR

    3) Instrumentation and Control Engineering Technology Specialization
       Courses                                                           45

        EET   103    A.C. Circuit Analysis II                                  5
        EET   105    Electronic Devices                                        5
        EET   201    Digital Fundamentals                                      5
        EET   203    Microcomputer Fundamentals                                5
        ICT   201    Electromechanical Devices                                 5
        ICT   202    Control Systems                                           5
        ICT   203    Programmable Logic Controllers                            5
        XXX         xxx    Technical Elective(s)    10


                                                                       Standard Number:
                                                                               130-03-07


       ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


EET 103 - A.C. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS II
Continues the study of A.C. circuit analysis with emphasis on transient analysis and
network theorems. Topics include: analysis of complex networks, resonance,
transformers, multiple sources, three-phase systems, nonsinusoidal waveforms,
transient analysis, and filters and bode plots. Laboratory work parallels class work.

Competency Areas                                               Hours

- Analysis of Complex Networks                                 Class/Week - 4
- Resonance                                                    P.Lab/Week - 3
- Transformers                                                 Credit - 5
- Multiple Sources
- Three-Phase Systems
- Nonsinusoidal Waveforms
- Transient Analysis
- Filters and Bode Plots

Prerequisites: EET 102, MAT 195 , CIS 191


EET 105 - ELECTRONIC DEVICES

Introduces the conduction process in semi-conductor materials. Topics include:
semi-conductor physics, diodes, bipolar junction transistors, field effect transistors,
silicon controlled rectifiers, and device curve characteristics. Laboratory work
parallels class work.

Competency Areas                                               Hours

- Semi-Conductor Physics                                       Class/Week - 4
- Diodes                                                       P.Lab/Week - 3
- Bipolar Junction Transistors                                 Credit - 5
- Field Effect Transistors
- Silicon Controlled Rectifiers
- Device Curve Characteristics
           Prerequisites: EET 101, ENG 191, MAT 193



                                                                   Standard Number:
                                                                               130-03-07


         ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY


EET 101 - D.C. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS
Emphasizes the knowledge and ability to analyze basic D.C. circuits. Topics
include: international units, basic electrical laws, series and parallel circuits,
capacitance, network analysis concepts, network theorems concepts, and D.C.
instruments. Laboratory work parallels class work.

Competency Areas                                            Hours

- International Units                                       Class/Week - 4
- Basic Electrical Laws                                     P.Lab/Week - 3
- Series and Parallel Circuits                              Credit - 5
- Capacitance
- Network Analysis Concepts
- Network Theorems Concepts
- D.C. Instruments

Prerequisites: CIS 191, MAT 191


EET 102 - A.C. CIRCUIT ANALYSIS I

Emphasizes the knowledge and ability to analyze basic A.C. circuits. Topics
include: magnetism, inductance/capacitance, alternating current, A.C. network
theorems, admittance, impedance, phasors, complex power, and applications and
use of appropriate instruments. Laboratory work parallels class work.

Competency Areas                                            Hours

- Magnetism                                                 Class/Week - 4
- Inductance/Capacitance                                    P.Lab/Week - 3
- Alternating Current                                       Credit - 5
- A.C. Network Theorems
- Admittance
- Impedance
- Phasors
- Complex Power
- Applications and Use of Appropriate Instrument
          Prerequisites: EET 101, MAT 193

								
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