Electronics Engineering Technology AAS

 

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Major
Electronics Engineering Tech
Degree
Electronics Engineering Technology A.A.S.

Description

The Associate in Applied Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology provides students with a solid theoretical foundation and practical hands-on experience in electronics applications. Graduates of the program are prepared to work as electronics technicians with electronic circuits, control systems, computers, and robotics in the areas of design, analysis, testing, development, maintenance, production, research, and sales. Graduates may seek immediate employment or transfer to baccalaureate degree programs in engineering technology.

Requirements

Complete CSS-100

CSS-100 College Student Success

Complete the following groups:

COMPLETE ENG-101

ENG-101 College Composition I

ENG-102 or ENG-103

ENG-102 College Composition II
ENG-103 Technical Report Writing

Complete the following course:

MAT-100 College Algebra

Complete the following groups:

ENG-112 and PHY-113

ENG-112 Speech
PHY-113 Physics I

ONE DIVERSITY ELECTIVE

Complete 1 Social Science or Humanities Elective:

Corequisites and Prerequisites

EET 111: Electric Circuits I 

  • Corequisites: MAT 100 College Algebra 

EET 211: Electric Circuits II 

  • Corequisites: MAT 110 Precalculus
  • Prerequisites: EET 111 Electric Circuits I 

EET 212: Active Electronics Devices

  • Corequisites: EET 211 Electric Circuits II 

EET 214: Active Circuits Analysis and Design

  • Prerequisites: EET 212 Active Electronics Devices 

EET 223: Integrated Circuits in Digital Systems

  • Prerequisites: EET 212 Active Electronics Devices 

EET 222: Analog Integrated Circuits

  • Prerequisites: EET 214 Active Circuits Analysis and Design 

EET 226: Communication systems 

  • Prerequisites: EET 212 Active Electronics Devices 

EET 228: Electronics Projects Lab 

  • Prerequisites: EET 214 Active Circuits Analysis and Design 

EET 229: Microprocessor/Microcomputer Sys Design

  • Prerequisites: EET 223: Integrated Circuits in Digital Systems 

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Electronics Engineering Technology

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Spotlight on Students and Alumni

Our EET students and alumni are enthusiastic about their experiences at HCCC. Continue reading to see what one of them has to say.
hector roman
I was troubled by how affordable and accessible a college would be for someone from a low-income family and just starting a part-time job. It wasn't until I enrolled at HCCC that I realized my dream of becoming a professional Electrical Engineer was closer than what I imagined.
Hector Roman
Electronics Engineering Technology AAS Graduate, 2021
Roman believes that his EET classes at HCCC, specifically Electrical Circuits I provided him with the knowledge of important concepts and hands-on lab experience to be successful at a four-year university and in his future career. He strongly recommends this program to anyone looking to join the workforce after graduating or to continue their education at a 4-year college.

Program Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of the Electronics Engineering Technology program requirements, students will be able to:

  1. Apply principles of DC and AC circuits, analog and digital electronics, microcontroller fundamentals and circuit assembly for analysis, basic design, circuit simulation, problem solving, assembly, troubleshooting and repair of electrical and electronic system.
  2. Analyze and interpret technical data.
  3. Use mathematics to solve problems in electronics.
  4. Conduct standard tests and measurements.
  5. Conduct, analyze and interpret experiments.
  6. Solder and assemble circuits and printed circuit boards (PCBs).
  7. Simulate electronic circuits.
  8. Work effectively in a team environment.

 

Electronics Engineering Technology Virtual simulation using Online SPICE Simulation from Multisim.

Labs can be performed from any computer, any place and at any time via a virtual environment. Labs prepare students for professional certifications and industrial requirements. Examples of EET labs:

  • Series and Parallel Resonance
  • Transistors Configurations
  • Small-Signal Amplifiers
  • Frequency Response of a Transistor Amplifiers
  • Operational Amplifiers
  • Linear IC Amplifiers
  • Active Diode Circuits and Comparators
  • Configure Microcontroller Input/Output Ports to interface LED, Seven-segment displays and dip switches

 

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Contact Information

Dr. Issam El-Achkar
Coordinator

263 Academy Street, Room S306C
Jersey City, NJ 07306
(201) 360-4270
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Division
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