EET Program Objective & Outcomes

EET Program Objective & Outcomes

EET Program Objectives

  
The Electronic Engineering Technology Program prepares the student for employment as a technician in a variety of settings. The program prepares the student to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of electrical, electronics and communication engineers. The p program includes instruction in electrical circuitry. Students will have experiences in prototype development and testing. Graduates will be able to perform systems analysis and testing and will be able to provide systems maintenance and instrument calibration. Report preparation will also be part of the student’s training.

  
Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Technology Program earn an Associate in Applied Science Degree and are prepared to enter the work force as an entry-level technician. The Electrical Engineering Technology Program curriculum is structured so as to provide students with the necessary knowledge and skills utilizing a combination of general education courses and electronic theory courses. In addition, students will have laboratory experiences that will reinforce the application of electronic theory to the practical application of concepts learned.

 
Gradates of the Electrical Engineering Technology Program will able be in a position to pursue a B.S. degree in one of the five following concentrations within the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum: general, computer, communications, clinical and rehabilitation.

  
EET- Program Educational Objectives:
To produce graduates who:

  1. Possess the ability to communicate effectively in oral, written and graphical modes
  2. Can function effectively, in team-oriented activity, as electronics technologist in an industrial corporate environment.
  3. Are knowledgeable of expected standards of professional conduct, and can succeed in continued formal education

 
EET Program Learning Outcomes

  
The Electrical Engineering Program has been designed by Passaic County Community College to prepare entry level graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to work as a technician or to pursue a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology in one of the five concentrations within the Electrical Engineering Technology curriculum: general, computer, communications, clinical and rehabilitation.

  
Upon completion of the program the students will be able to:

  1. Use the following computer programs: PSpice, Electronic bench, Matlab, Microsoft Office.
  2. Solve engineering problems using calculus.
  3. Solve numerical problems associated with the principles of engineering.
  4. Construct and analyze simple DC and AC circuits.
  5. Construct and analyze solid-state circuits consisting of diodes and   transistors.
  6. Construct and analyze digital logic circuits.
  7. Describe and utilize basic structures and operation of microprocessor including assembly language.
  8. Manipulate scientific apparatus, gather, and analyze data, draw conclusions from laboratory information and write clear concise scientific reports.