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Purdue University College of Technology | Electrical Engineering

Purdue Technical at IU South BendElectrical Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science

The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) degree program combines courses in electricity, electronics, mathematics, science, the humanities, and social sciences. The basic curriculum provides EET students with sufficient education to find employment in the fields of communications electronics, industrial electronics, microwaves, military electronics, computer electronics, automation, industrial controls, electronic servicing, television, electrical power, aviation electronics, and others. A considerable amount of laboratory work is required.

Program Requirements

All courses are 3 credit hours, unless otherwise designated.

First Year (33 Cr.)

First Semester

  • CSCI-C 101 Computer Programming I
  • ECET 12000 Gateway to EET
  • ENG-W 131 Elementary Composition 1
  • MATH-M 119 Brief Survey of Calculus 1
  • TECH 12000 Technology and The Individual

Second Semester

  • ECET 17700 DAQ & Systems Control
  • ECET 17900 Intro to Digital Systems
  • MATH-M 120 Brief Survey of Calculus 2
  • PHYS-P 221 Physics 1 (5 cr.)
  • SPCH-S 121 Public Speaking
Second Year (33 cr.)

Third Semester

  • ECET 22000 Prof. Career Development (1 cr.)
  • ECET 22900 Concurrent Digital Systems
  • ECET 22700 DC & Pulse Electronics
  • Business selective—select one of the following:
  • BUS-A 201 Introduction to Accounting I
  • BUS-L 201 Legal Environment of Business
  • ECON-E 103 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECON-E 104 Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • IT 10400 Industrial Organizations
  • IT 23000 Supply Chain Management
  • IT 33000 Industrial Sales & Sales Mgmt.
  • IT 33200 Purchasing, Inventory & Warehouse Management
  • OLS 25200 Human Relations in Organizations
  • OLS 27400 Applied Leadership
  • OLS 28400 Leadership Principles
  • OLS 32500 Meeting Management

Fourth Semester

  • ECET 27000 Electronics Prototype Dev.
  • ECET 27300 Modern Energy Systems
  • ECET 27400 Wireless Communications
  • Select one of the following:
  • ECET 27700 AC & Power Electronics
  • ECET27900 Embedded Digital Systems
  • Communications Selective
Third Year (31 cr.)

Fifth Semester

  • Ecet Adv. Analysis Selective—select one of the following:
  • ECET 33500 Computer Arch/Perform Eval.
  • ECET 33700 Analog Signal Processing
  • ECET 33900 Digital Signal Processing

Sixth Semester

  • ECET 38000 Professional Issues in EET (1 cr.)
  • ECET Elective
  • MATH-K 310 Statistical Techniques
  • TECH 33000 Technology & the Global Society
  • General Education Elective
  • Technical Selective
Fourth Year (30 cr.)

Seventh Semester

Eighth Semester

CAND 99100

Students MUST enroll in CAND 99100 in conjunction to their last course(s) for graduation. This is the student's application for graduation. There are no fees for this course. No class attendance is required and no grade will be issued.

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