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EET110 - Eletrical Circuits I

Circuits I is an introductory course into DC and AC circuit analysis suitable for entry level engineering technology students and technology students. The course focus is developing a basic understanding of voltage, current resistance and reactance in basic circuits. Topics include resistance, voltage, current, series, parallel and series-parallel circuits. Concurrency requisites: College Algebra or equivalent. Fall

EET160 - Electrical Circuits II

An introduction to the study of electrical circuits in the sinusoidal steady state. Topics include capacitors, inductors, complex numbers, AC mesh analysis AC nodal analysis, and network theorems pertaining to AC sources. Spring.

EET210 - Linear Electronics I

A study of solid state semiconductor devices including diodes and transistors, and their application in electronic circuits. Topics include diode and transistor structure and characteristics, design parameters for electronic circuit application, typical power conditioning circuits, and typical amplifier circuits. The laboratory component reinforces course content by applying scientific calculator and circuit analysis/simulation software skills to the derivation and analysis of circuit experiments.

EET215 - Introduction to Instrumentation

This course introduces techniques for designing electronic instruments to measure physical quantities. Topics include analog and digital signal conditioning circuits, electronic filters and various electronic sensors. Circuits will be designed and tested from mathematical models in order to transfer signals to either an analog or a digital format.

EET310 - Methods in Engineering Analysis

Introduction to matrix theory, classical first and second order transient analysis, active filter design and basic Z- and Fourier-transforms. Prerequisites: EET 365 Corequisites: EET 320. (3 crs.)

EET320 - Network Analysis

A calculus-based circuit theory course. Topics include the introduction to Laplace transforms and the use of Laplace transforms in the study of circuit analysis, transfer functions and frequency response. Circuit analysis programming is used to compare computer solutions with analytic solutions. Prerequisites: EET 365. corequisite: EET 310. (4 crs.) Fall.

EET325 - Introduction to Electric Power

A study of three-phase circuits, transformers, DC machines, polyphase AC machines and single-phase AC machines. Prerequisite: EET 160, CSC 124. (4 crs.) Fall, every three years.

EET365 - Linear Devices

This course is an introduction to the function of solid state devices. The emphasis is placed on the internal structure, function and limitations of linear devices such as diodes, transistors, power amplifiers, operational amplifiers and oscillators. Prerequisite: EET 215. (4 crs.) Spring.

EET370 - Instrumentation Design I

Design of electronic instruments utilizing linear and digital integrated circuits are covered in this course. Topics include electronic thermometers, force and pressure measurements, frequency counter, digital communication techniques, and numerical linearization methods for non-linear transducers will be introduced.

EET400 - Senior Project Proposal

This senior course provides the student with an opportunity to integrate several concepts of different areas of the program and it allows him/her to pursue specialized interests. The student will submit a written proposal for a project. After approval of the project the student will be assigned a faculty advisor. Minimum requirements for the proposal are submission of a functional specification and time schedule for completion. Prerequisites: CET360. Concurrency requisites: EET 370, ENG 217.

EET410 - Automatic Control Systems

This course covers theory and practice of control systems with emphasis on classical control theory and an introduction to the fundamentals of modern control. Students will analyze, design and synthesize continuous feedback control systems based on root locus, frequency response and state space methods. Students will become familiar with the analytical techniques and will be exposed extensively to the use of computers for analysis and design of control systems. Various control strategies will be discussed.

EET420 - Instrumentation Design II

A microprocessor-based instrumentation design course utilizing linear, digital and opto-electronic devices. Software and hardware solutions to input/output problems are implemented.

EET427 - Industrial Applications of Power Electronics

A study of AC-DC, DC-AC, DC-DC and AC-AC converters for typical residential, commercial, industrial and power utility applications, such as HVDC transmission, AC/DC motor drives, static VAR compensation and power quality control. Three hours of lecture and three hours of laboratory per week.

EET430 - RF Communications

Communication systems principles, including AM/FM modulation, AM/FM demodulation, transmitters, receivers, antennas, transmission lines, digital techniques and protocols. Prerequisite: EET 365. (4 crs.) Spring, every two years.

EET450 - Senior Project

Employs the design, construction and analysis of an electronic device or instrument. Depending on the complexity of the project, total construction may not be required. With approval from the adviser, group projects may also be involved. Three laboratory-hours per week. Prerequisite: EET 400. (3 crs.) Alternate spring.

EET460 - Digital Signal Processing

Introduction to linear systems, digital filters and the Z-Transforms, and the Fast Fourier Transform. Fundamentals of Shannon's sampling theory and the interfacing of analog signals to microprocessor based systems for digital signal processing. Prerequisites: CET 360, EET 310 and EET 320. (4 crs.) Alternate years.

EET485 - Special Topics in EET

This course allows current topics in electrical engineering technology to be offered in a timely fashion. The topics are not covered in other courses and will not be regularly offered as a special topic; however, they are appropriate to a senior-level course. The course topic depends upon current trends in electrical engineering technology, interests of the student, and the instructor. The student may take the course multiple times as long as each instance covers topics different than those already covered. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor (Variable crs. 1-12)

EET495 - EET Internship

Upon acceptance to an internship site, the student will work with an electrical engineer and/or an electronic technician inspecting, maintaining, calibrating, testing, analyzing, assembling, modifying or designing various types of electronic devices. Programs of instruction will vary but the student will be provided with practical work experience in a dynamic environment in which they will be dealing with actual problems requiring practical solutions.