Electronic Engineering Technology

This is an Associate of Applied Science degree that exposes the student to a broad spectrum of study equipping them to function in the industry to support the operation of communications, electronics and computer networking equipment. The course is intended for students wishing to pursue a career in the following areas: cable television: telecommunication networks: information technology support technician; Electronic installation, service and equipment repair. Upon successful completion of the program the graduate would be able to complete electronic and network tasks with limited or no supervision. They should also then be capable to directly interact with customers in the delivery of quality technical customer service. This course is designed for a student to complete with a minimum of four semester cycles.

Curriculum

Required Courses Credits

    SEMESTER I  
EEI 2100 AC/DC Circuits with Lab 4
SLS 0003 Student Success 1
SLS 0006 Service Learning 1
ENG 1102

College English

(Pre-requisite ENG 1100 English or B.G.C.S.E English grade ‘C’ or above)

3
MAT 1105

College Algebra

(Pre-requisite MAT 1100 or B.G.C.S.E Math grade ‘C’ or above)

3
ECI 1101 Electronic Assembly & Cabling with Lab 4
    SEMESTER II  
CIT 1000 I.T Fundamentals (CompTIA I.T Fundamentals Certification) 3
MAT 2298 Intro to Calculus

(Pre-requisite MAT 1105 College Algebra)

3
ECI 1100 Electronic Devices & Circuits with Lab 4
CIT 1105 Professional Performance for Technicians 3
ELI 1100 Electrical I 4
    SEMESTER III  
EEI 2101 Digital Fundamentals with Lab 4
PHY 2200 College Physics 3
ADM 2200 Business Communication 3
CIT 1203 Operating Systems Essentials 3
EEI 2102 Electronic Communications Systems I 4
    SEMESTER IV  
    ELECTIVE I*  

HUM

 

PSY

2200

 

2200

Intro to Humanities

OR

General Psychology

3
EEI 2200 Microcontroller Applications 4
CIT 1201 Networking Essentials (SOHO) 3
EEI 2207 Electronic Communications Systems II 4
ECI 1299 Internship 4
Total Credit Hours Required for Completion 68