Engineering Technology Programs
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.
Students must complete the following requirements within one calendar year of declaring the major. Some students may need to take courses during Summer Session to meet these requirements. At the end of the year, students who have not met the requirements must either declare another major or meet with an Academic Advisor to determine if the student's performance in the courses merits an additional semester to complete.
First-Time Freshmen: A grade "C" or better must be achieved in MATH 111 & 113, and PHYS 100A within one calendar year.
Transfer Students: A grade "C" or better must be achieved in MATH 122 and PHYS 100A & B within one calendar year.
- 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)
- 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 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 3 units of either ET 312 Statistical Quality Control or ET 461 Management of Manufacturing Operations.
- Take at least 3 units from the following courses, in consultation with an advisor:
- ET 409B or 441 or (445, 445L).
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.