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Electrical Technology

College of Engineering

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Engineering Technology - Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology

Option in Technology and Engineering Education (code ET__BS15) (120 units)

Administered by the Computer Engineering and Computer Science Department.

Faculty Advisor - Barbara Mack

CECS Department Office - ECS 540

Faculty Advisor’s Office - ECS 524

Faculty Advisor’s Telephone -(562) 985-1595

This option is for students preparing to teach technology and programming courses at the middle or high school level. It has been approved by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing as a subject matter preparation program for students who plan to teach on the Industrial and Technology (ITE) credential.

To earn a teaching credential in Industrial and Technology Education, students must also complete a Single Subject Program sequence of professional preparation courses, including student teaching. For information about earning a Single Subject teaching credential, see an advisor in the Teacher Preparation Advising Center (Ed1-67) in the College of Education. For information about the Technology and Engineering Option, students should consult the department’s Industrial and Technology Education advisor.

Requirements

Lower Division:

  • Take all of the following courses:
    • CECS 100 Critical Thinking in Digital Information Age (3)
    • CECS 110 Web Design I (3)
    • CECS 174 Programming and Problem Solving (3)
    • CECS 200 Web Design II (3)
    • CECS 202 The Digital Information Age (3)
    • CEM 121 Construction Drawing I (2)
    • CEM 125 Fundamentals of Construction (3)
    • DESN 120A Fundamentals of Design (3)
    • ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering Profession (1)
    • ENGR102 Academic Success Skills (1)
    • ET 101 Introduction to Engineering Technology (1)
    • ET 170 Engineering Drafting and Design (3)
    • MAE 272 Introduction to Manufacturing Processes (2)
    • PHYS 100A General Physics (4)
    • PHYS 100B General Physics (4)
  • Choose one of the following pairs:
    • ET 250 Circuit Analysis I (2)
    • ET 250L Circuit Analysis I Laboratory (1)
    • or
    • ET 302 Industrial Electricity (2)
    • ET 302L Industrial Electricity Laboratory (1)

Upper Division:

  • Take all of the following:
    • CE 426 Transportation Engineering (3)
    • CECS 310 Computer-Based Learning Resources (3)
    • CEM 310 Communication in Engineering Profession (3)
    • DESN 368 History and Theory of Design (3)
    • ENGR 302I Energy and Environment (3)
    • ENGR 375 Total Quality & Continuous Improvement (3)
    • ET 307 Industrial Safety (2)

Concentration I:

  • CECS 401 Programming Robots – For Educators (3)
  • CECS 410 Computers and Networks (3)
  • CECS 414 Intro to Network and System Security Issues (3)
  • ETEC 435 Accessible Electronic and Info Technologies (3)

Concentration II:

  • CE 406 Cost Engineering and Analysis (3)
  • ET 244 Machine Tools (1)
  • ET 244L Machine Tools Laboratory (1)
  • ET 264 Industrial Tooling (1)
  • ET 264L Industrial Tooling Laboratory (1)
  • ET 313 QA, Inspection Measurement and Testing (2)
  • ET 313L QA, Inspection Measurement and Testing Lab (1)
  • ET 335 Engineering Materials and Processes I (3)

Option in Environmental Technology (code ET__BS06) (133 units)

Administered by the Chemical Engineering Department.

CHE Department Office - EN2 101

This option is to provide career educational opportunities to students whose technological interests and aptitudes are applications-oriented. In addition to acquiring technical knowledge and skills, graduates will be able to communicate well. Ethical considerations of environmental issues will have a major role throughout the curriculum. Every effort is made to help the students in proper job placement upon graduation. This option is not accredited.

Prerequisite Core

Lower Division:

  • Take all of the following courses:
    • CHEM 111A General Chemistry (5)
    • ENGR 203 Engineering Problem Solving & Analysis (3)
    • ENGR 203L Engr Problem Solving & Analysis Lab (1)
    • ET 101 Introduction to Engineering Technology (1)
    • ET 170 Engineering Drafting (3)
    • ET 202 Probability and Statistics for Technology (3)
    • ET 202L Probability and Statistics for Technology Lab (1)
    • ET 204 Applied Mechanics-Statics (3)
    • ET 205 Computer Systems and Programming (1)
    • ET 205L Computer Systems and Programming Lab (1)
    • MATH 120 Technical Calculus (4)
    • PHYS 100A General Physics (4)
    • PHYS 100B General Physics (4)

Upper Division:

  • Take all of the following courses:
    • ECON 300 Fundamentals of Economics (3)
    • ET 301 Engineering Materials (2)
    • ET 301L Engineering Materials Laboratory (1)
    • ET 307 Industrial Safety (2)
    • ET 335 Engineering Materials and Process I (3)
    • ET 335L Engineering Materials and Process I Lab (1)
    • ET 410 Cost Engineering and Analysis (3)
  • Select one of the following:
    • ET 309 Industrial Leadership (2)
    • ENGR 310 Bus Communication in Engr Profession (3)

Requirements

Lower Division:

  • Take all of the following courses:
    • ET 206 Introduction to Environmental Hazardous Materials and Waste Technology (3)
    • ET 209 Environment App of Physics & Org Chemistry (3)
    • ET 210 Hazardous Material and Waste Management (3)
    • ET 213 Enrivonmental Health, Safety & Emergency Response (3)

Upper Division:

  • Take all of the following courses:
    • ET 319 Environmental Regulations and Compliance (3)
    • ET 329 Environmental Studies Groundwater/Soils (2)
    • ET 329L Environ Studies Groundwater/Soils Lab (1)
    • ET 333 Solid Waste Technology (2)
    • ET 333L Solid Waste Technology Lab (1)
  • Select at least 11 units of approved electives in consultation with an advisor from the following courses:
    • ET 409F, 476, H/SC 422

Fieldwork Requirements

Fieldwork experience is required for the BS in Engineering Technology, Option in Environmental Technology, consisting of no less than three months full-time (40 hours/week) (or equivalent part-time) of employment in an approved industry or governmental agency. The student must hold a position equivalent to a technician or higher which affords the opportunity to exercise responsibility usually given to those who have completed two years of college. The fieldwork must be completed prior to graduation, be certified and approved by the faculty of the Department.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology (code ET__BS16) (129 units)

Administered by the Electrical Engineering Department.

Faculty Advisor - I-Hung Khoo

EE Department Office - ECS 512

Faculty Advisor’s Office - ECS 517

Faculty Advisor’s Telephone - (562) 985-1695

This program is available to students interested in the manufacturing of computers and the applications and operations aspects of computer hardware and software. The program is designed to meet ABET criteria for accredited programs in engineering technology.

Requirements

Lower Division:

  • Take all the following courses:
    • MATH 122 Calculus I (4)
    • PHYS 100A General Physics (4)
    • PHYS 100B General Physics (4)
    • ENGR 101 Intro to Engineering Profession (1)
    • ENGR 102 Academic Success Skills (1)
    • ENGR 203 Engineering Problem Solving & Analysis (3)
    • ENGR 203L Engr Problem Solving and Analysis Lab (1)
    • ET 101 Introduction to Engineering Technology (1)
    • ET 170 Engineering Drafting (3)
    • ET 202 Probability and Statistics for Technology (3)
    • ET 202L Probability and Statistics for Technology Lab (1)
    • ET 205 Computer Systems and Programming (1)
    • ET 205L Computer Systems and Programming Lab (1)
    • ET 250 Circuit Analysis I (2)
    • ET 250L Circuit Analysis I Lab (1)
    • ET 252 Circuit Analysis II (2)
    • ET 252L Circuit Analysis II Lab (1)
    • ET 255 Introduction to Digital Electronics (2)
    • ET 255L Introduction to Digital Electronics Lab (1)
    • ET 260 Solid State Electronic I (2)
    • ET 260L Solid State Electronic I Lab (1)
    • ET 286 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (2)
    • ET 286L Intro to Object-Oriented Programming Lab (1)

Upper Division:

  • Take all the following courses:
    • ET 309 Industrial Communications and Leadership (3)
    • ET 311 Quality Engineering Technology (3)
    • ET 360 Control Instrumention (2)
    • ET 360L Control Instrumention Lab (1)
    • ET 386 Introduction to Microprocessors (2)
    • ET 386L Introduction to Microprocessors Lab (1)
    • ET 387 Robot Programming and Mechatronics (2)
    • ET 387L Robot Programming and Mechatronics Lab (1)
    • ET 388 Technical Applications Using Programming Languages (2)
    • ET 388L Technical Applications Using Programming Languages Lab (1)
    • ET 410 Cost Engineering and Analysis (3)
    • ET 442 Computer Circuits (2)
    • ET 442L Computer Circuits Lab (1)
    • ET 486 Data Structures (2)
    • ET 486L Data Structures Lab (1)
    • ET 487 Introduction to Data Communications and Networking (2)
    • ET 487L Intro to Data Communications and Networking Lab (1)
    • ET 488 Microcomputer Systems (2)
    • ET 488L Microcomputer Systems Lab (1)
    • ET 489 Computer Interfacing (2)
    • ET 489L Computer Interfacing Lab (1)
    • ET 492 Computer Controlled Industrial Systems (2)
    • ET 492L Computer Controlled Industrial Systems Lab (1)
    • ET 494 Applied Systems Development Project (2)
    • ET 494L Applied Systems Development Project Lab (1)
    • ET 497 Computer Network Technology (2)
    • ET 497L Computer Network Technology Lab (1)
  • Take at least 3 units from the following, in consultation with an advisor:
    • ET 301, 301L, 409E, 491, 491L.

Fieldwork Requirements

Fieldwork experience is required for the BS in Computer Engineering Technology, consisting of no less than three months full-time (40 hours/week) (or equivalent part-time) of employment in an approved industry or governmental agency. The student must hold a position equivalent to a technician or higher which affords the opportunity to exercise responsibility usually given to those who have completed two years of college. The fieldwork must be completed prior to graduation, be certified and approved by the faculty of the Department.

Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (code ET__BS02) (129 units)

Administered by the Electrical Engineering Department.

Faculty Advisor - I-Hung Khoo

EE Department Office - ECS 512

Faculty Advisor’s Office - ECS 517

Faculty Advisor’s Telephone - (562) 985-5082

This program emphasizes written and oral communications skills as well as modern methods of industrial administration and supervision.

Requirements

Lower Division:

  • Take all the following courses:
    • MATH 122 Calculus I (4)
    • PHYS 100A General Physics (4)
    • PHYS 100B General Physics (4)
    • ENGR 101 Introduction to Engineering Profession (1)
    • ENGR 102 Academic Success Skills (1)
    • ENGR 203 Engineering Problem Solving & Analysis (3)
    • ENGR 203L Engineering Problem Solving and Analysis Lab (1)
    • ET 101 Introduction to Engineering Technology (1)
    • ET 170 Engineering Drafting (3)
    • ET 202 Probability and Statistics for Technology (3)
    • ET 202L Probability and Statistics for Tech Lab (1)
    • ET 205 Computer Systems and Programming (1)
    • ET 205L Computer Systems and Programming Lab (1)
    • ET 250 Circuit Analysis I (2)
    • ET 250L Circuit Analysis I Lab (1)
    • ET 252 Circuit Analysis II (2)
    • ET 252L Circuit Analysis II Lab (1)
    • ET 255 Introduction to Digital Electronics (2)
    • ET 255L Introduction to Digital Electronics Lab (1)
    • ET 260 Solid State Electronics I (2)
    • ET 260L Solid State Electronics I Lab (1)
    • ET 286 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming (2)
    • ET 286L Intro to Object-Oriented Programming Lab (1)

Upper Division:

  • Take all the following courses:
    • ET 309 Industrial Communications and Leadership (3)
    • ET 311 Quality Engineering Technology (3)
    • ET 341Solid State Electronic II (2)
    • ET 341L Solid State Electronic II Lab (1)
    • ET 350 Motors and Generators (2)
    • ET 350L Motors and Generators Lab (1)
    • ET 360 Control Instrumention (2)
    • ET 360L Control Instrumention Lab (1)
    • ET 386 Introduction to Microprocessors (2)
    • ET 386L Introduction to Microprocessors Lab (1)
    • ET 387 Robot Programming and Mechatronics (2)
    • ET 387L Robot Programming & Mechatronics Lab (1)
    • ET 388 Technical Applications Using Programming Languages (2)
    • ET 388L Technical Applications Using Programming Languages Lab (1)
    • ET 410 Cost Engineering and Analysis (3)
    • ET 441 Theory of Electronic Control (3)
    • ET 442 Computer Circuits (2)
    • ET 442L Computer Circuits Lab (1)
    • ET 444 Telecommunications (3)
    • ET 447 Industrial Applications of Electronic Circuits (2)
    • ET 447L Industrial Appl of Electronic Circuits Lab (1)
    • ET 460 Electronic Packaging and Design (2)
    • ET 460L Electronic Packaging and Design Lab (1)
    • ET 488 Microcomputer Systems (2)
    • ET 488L Microcomputer Systems Lab (1)
  • Take at least 3 units from the following courses, in consultation with an advisor:
    • ET 301, 301L, 409B, 445, 445L.

Fieldwork Requirements

Fieldwork experience is required for the BS in Electronics Engineering Technology, consisting of no less than three months full-time (40 hours/week) (or equivalent part-time) of employment in an approved industry or governmental agency. The student must hold a position equivalent to a technician or higher which affords the opportunity to exercise responsibility usually given to those who have completed two years of college.
The fieldwork must be completed prior to graduation, be certified and approved by the faculty of the Department.