Engineering Technology: Electrical-Electronic Engineering

The program is designed to prepare students to work in engineering environments to construct, test, and maintain electronic devices and systems. The program uses current state-of-the-art electronic industrial test equipment and procedures.   Apply & Register Program Details

The program is designed to prepare students to work in engineering environments to construct, test, and maintain electronic devices and systems. The program uses current state-of-the-art electronic industrial test equipment and procedures.

 


Code Course Credits
First Year / First Semester
ENG-101 English Composition I 3
EET-101 Electrical/Electronic Principles 4
CIM-101 Machine Shop Practices 3
MTH-125 Accelerated Precalculus1 or  
MTH-140 Calculus I2 4
...-... Social Science General Education Elective3 3
    17
Second Semester
ENG-102 English Composition II 3
CAD-101 Computer Aided Engineering Graphics 4
EET-211 Electronics I 3
PHY-101 Physics I or  
PHY-201 Physics III 4
...-... Diversity - Humanities General Education Elective 3
    17
Code Course Credits
Second Year / First Semester
EET-201 Electrical Circuits 3
EET-221 Digital Circuits 3
CSC-111 Introduction to Programming or  
CSC-121 Structured Programming (C++) 3/4
PHY-102 Physics II or  
PHY-202 Physics IV 4
...-... Technical Elective4 3/4
    16/17/18
Second Semester
EET-212 Electronics II 3
EET-213 Electronic Communications 3
EET-251 Electronic Project or  
EGR-208 Co-op I: Engineering 3
MTH-132 Statistics for Technology or  
MTH-150 Calculus II2 4
HPE.... Health & Exercise Science Elective 1
    14
  Total Minimum Credits 64
1 The Precalculus Mathematics (MTH-123) & Precalculus Math II (MTH-124) series of course may be substituted for Accelerated Precalculus (MTH-125).
2 All students transferring to NJIT, Temple, Drexel and Thomas Edison must take the Calculus I, II track.
3 Economics (ECO-102) is recommended.
4 Courses in physical sciences, high technology curricula (CADD, CIM, CST), mathematics, and computer programming will fulfill this elective.

Program Goals

  • To prepare students to seek employment as a technician or junior engineer, using industrial test and measurement equipment to evaluate and trouble-shoot the operation of electronic circuits or systems.
  • To instill in the students a commitment to lifelong learning which fosters in them a desire to transfer credits to a baccalaureate program in electrical/electronic engineering technology.
  • To provide students with a General Education foundation.

Program Student Learning Outcomes

At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Integrate, test and analyze analog and digital components and circuits in an electronic product, system or process.
  2. Analyze alternate strategies to solve electrical/electronic circuit problems.
  3. Use productivity and computerized circuit simulation software to analyze experimental data from analog and digital circuits.
  4. Write and orally present theory, concept or analysis of an electronic-related problem or electronic project.

Employment Opportunities

  • Junior engineer
  • Field service engineer
  • Lab technician
  • Quality control specialist
  • Production technician
  • Technical salesperson

Special Program Requirements

Students should have an adequate background in algebra and trigonometry.

Transfer Opportunities

Students in this program transfer to many institutions including:

Contact Person

Dr. Lawrence M. Chatman, Coordinator
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4523
email: lchatman@camdencc.edu

Additional information

CIP Code

15.0303

Program Code

EET.AAS