Electronic engineering technology (BS)




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ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (BS)



Intended Program Outcomes


Methods of Assessment and Criteria for Success

Direct Measures

Indirect Measures

  1. Fundamental Mathematical, Scientific, and General Engineering Principles: Students will demonstrate an ability to apply fundamental engineering principles in a broad area of Electronic Engineering Technology.

100% of graduates will earn a “C” grade or better the Electronic Engineering Technology core Courses: Electrical Fundamentals I and II (EET2035 and EET 2036), Electronic Devices and Circuits I and II (EET 2106 and EET 3107), EET Microprocessor Fundamentals (CET 2123), Advanced Electronics I and II (EET 2142 and EET 4322), Communication Systems and Advanced Communications (EET 3325 and EET 3326) Computer Aided Circuit Analysis (CET 3468), Digital Electronics (CET 3195), Industrial Electronics and Control (EET 4735), Instrumentation (EST 4538)Technical Design Project (EET 4914) and Wireless Communication (EET 4328). Grades are determined by constructed exams, homework and course projects. A panel consisting of the professors will evaluate technical design projects.


Alumni, employer and exit interview surveys. At least 80% of the respondents strongly agree (5 points) or agree (4 points) that they, or in the case of the employer our graduates, can use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.


  1. Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate an ability to assimilate and critically evaluate information and concepts related to Electronic Engineering Technology Courses

100% of graduates will earn a “C” grade or better the Electronic Engineering Technology critical thinking engineering core courses: Electrical Fundamentals I and II (EET2035 and EET 2036), Electronic Devices and Circuits I and II (EET 2106 and EET 3107), EET Microprocessor Fundamentals (CET 2123), Advanced Electronics I and II (EET 2142 and EET 4322), Communication Systems and Advanced Communications (EET 3325 and EET 3326) Computer Aided Circuit Analysis (CET 3468), Digital Electronics (CET 3195), Industrial Electronics and Control (EET 4735), Instrumentation (EST 4538)Technical Design Project (EET 4914) and Wireless Communication (EET 4328). Grades are determined by constructed exams, homework and course projects. A panel consisting of the professors will evaluate Technical Design Projects.


Alumni, employer and exit interview surveys. At least 80% of the respondents strongly agree (5 points) or agree (4 points) that they, or in the case of the employer our graduates, can use the critical thinking required for engineering practice.


  1. Problem Solving: Students will demonstrate an ability to analyze information and use deductive reasoning skills to solve problems related to Electronic Engineering Technology issues via reasoning and creativity.

100% of graduates will earn a “C” grade or better Electronic Engineering Technology Courses Engineering core courses that contain a strong focus on engineering problem solving Electrical Fundamentals I and II (EET2035 and EET 2036), Electronic Devices and Circuits I and II (EET 2106 and EET 3107), EET Microprocessor Fundamentals (CET 2123), Advanced Electronics I and II (EET 2142 and EET 4322), Communication Systems and Advanced Communications (EET 3325 and EET 3326) Computer Aided Circuit Analysis (CET 3468), Digital Electronics (CET 3195), Industrial Electronics and Control (EET 4735), Instrumentation (EST 4538)Technical Design Project (EET 4914) and Wireless Communication (EET 4328). Grades are determined by constructed exams, homework and course projects. A panel consisting of the professors will evaluate Technical Design Projects.


Alumni, employer and exit interview surveys. At least 80% of the respondents strongly agree (5 points) or agree (4 points) that they, or in the case of the employer our graduates, possess problem solving tools necessary for engineering practice.


  1. Effective Written and Verbal Communication: Students will demonstrate the ability to explain concepts and ideas related to Electronic Engineering Technology via oral and written presentation.

Students are required to write technical laboratory reports in laboratory courses, which are evaluated for technical content, spelling, punctuation, and grammar. Students are required to give technical oral presentations in (at least) senior level courses and technical design Project courses. These courses are graded for technical accuracy and effective use of presentation aids. A panel consisting of the professors will evaluate Technical Design Projects.


Alumni, employer and exit interview surveys. At least 80% of the respondents strongly agree (5 points) or agree (4 points) that they, or in the case of the employer our graduates, can use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary to effectively communicate engineering concepts and ideas.


  1. Ethical Behavior and Multicultural and Diversity Awareness: Students will demonstrate the ability to: 1) Identify ethical issues in engineering problems, consider the implications and present a plan of action that shows ethical awareness; and, 2) Maintain a sense of responsibility and respect for one’s own behaviors and the values of others.

Students are required to address ethical, multicultural and diversity issues in Professional seminar Course (ETG 4939).


Alumni, employer and exit interview surveys. At least 80% of the respondents strongly agree (5 points) or agree (4 points) that they, or in the case of the employer our graduates, possess an understanding of multicultural awareness and ethical behavior.



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