The Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) degree prepares students to install, test, maintain, calibrate and repair electrical and electronic systems.
Traditional (on campus)
|General Education Courses||26|
|Building a Sense of Community
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar
ENG 101 English Composition I
Any Public Speaking Course
|Mathematics and Quantitative Literacy
MAT 181 College Algebra*
GET 130 Intro to Engineering Technology
PHY 121 General Physics I**
|General Education Options
|Professional Technical Core Courses||26|
|CET 235 Digital Electronic Design||4|
|CET 270 Intro to Microprocessor Design||4|
|CSC 124 Computer Programming I||3|
|EET 110 Electric Circuits I||4|
|EET 160 Electric Circuits II||4|
|EET 210 Linear Electronics I||4|
|MTR 325 Fund. of Programmable Logic Controllers||3|
|Select a course from the following:
||3 or 4|
* Students may take MAT 199 (Pre-Calculus) in lieu of MAT 181 and MAT 191 followed by MAT 281 (Calculus I) for a more rigorous math tract.
** Students planning to continue to the B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology program should take Calculus I and PHY 101 (College Physics) instead.
Program Note: Students must have a minimum 2.0 GPA to qualify for graduation.
Associate degree graduates may transfer credits earned in this program to the bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering Technology at Cal U with no loss of time or credits when proper advising is followed.