ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY AAS
(Associate in Applied Sciences Degree)
Eastfield and Richland only
- Prior to admission to the Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) program, students must meet Texas Success Initiative (TSI) standards. Students must also meet course prerequisites for each course in the degree plan.
- Students must earn at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.
Degree Plan Code: AAS.ELECTRICAL.ENGR
This program is designed specifically to provide the student with skills to perform technical duties associated with the installation, repair, maintenance and calibration of equipment used for the manufacturing and testing of semiconductor products. Students will gain skills in electronics and electrical engineering practices related to the semiconductor manufacturing industry.
NOTE: Mountain View College also offers the Electrical Engineering Technology Specialization under the Electronics Technology AAS. More info.
|CETT 1403||DC Circuits||4|
|HYDR 1445||Hydraulics and Pneumatics||4|
|SPCH 1311||Introduction to Speech Communication||3|
|MATH 1314||College Algebra||3|
|CETT 1405||AC Circuits||4|
|INTC 1457||AC/DC Motor Control||4|
|CETT 1425||Digital Fundamentals||4|
|MATH 1316||Plane Trigonometry||3|
|ENGL 1301||Composition I||3|
|CETT 1429||Solid State Devices||4|
|INMT 1417||Industrial Automation||4|
|PHYS 1401||College Physics I||4|
|CETT 1457||Linear Integrated Circuits||4|
|CHEM 1411||General Chemistry I||4|
|MCHN 1200||Beginning Machine Shop OR||2|
|ENTC 1280||Cooperative Education-Engineering Technology, General||(2)|
|Minimum Hours Required||60|
+Social/Behavioral Science Elective - must be selected from the AAS Core Options for Social/Behavioral Science.
++Humanities/Fine Arts Elective - must be selected from the AAS Core Options for Humanities/Fine Arts.
NOTE: Students enrolling in this program who plan to transfer to a four-year institution should consult an advisor or counselor regarding transfer requirements and the transferability of these courses to the four-year institution of their choice.