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  Oct 21, 2017
 
2017-18 University Catalog 
  
2017-18 University Catalog

Electronics Engineering Technology, BS


Degree Requirements

The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology follows a rigorous curriculum, requiring a minimum of 188 credit hours, which takes approximately four years to complete. To be eligible for graduation, students must maintain a 2.0 GPA. In addition, a final grade of "C" or better must be earned in all EE and EET courses that are prerequisites for another EE or EET course.

All courses listed in the curriculum map for the catalog year of graduation must be completed to be eligible for graduation. Any deviations from the courses listed in the curriculum map require approval from the academic advisor, the department chair, and the Registrar's office. Approvals are not official until entered in the official student records. When changes are made to the curriculum, students who entered the program under a previous catalog will work with their academic advisors to transition to meet the requirements of the current catalog.

Curriculum


The curriculum map below shows the required courses, recommended sequence, and recommended terms during which they should be taken for students transferring into the program with an accredited AAS degree or equivalent lower division coursework (freshman and sophomore years).

Transfer students and part-time students should contact the BSEET program director to develop a customized curriculum tailored to their individual needs.

Freshman and Sophomore Years


The degree requirements for the first two years can be fulfilled by completing an accredited Associate of Applied Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology, Microelectronics Engineering Technology, Microelectronics Technology, Electrical Engineering Transfer, Renewable Energy Technology, or equivalent coursework. Oregon Tech has articulation agreements with various community colleges throughout Oregon. Students transferring to Oregon Tech with an AAS degree from these programs will not be required to take any lower-division electronics courses at Oregon Tech. In addition to the electronics courses, students should complete the programming, math and science, communication, and general education courses specified below during the Freshman and Sophomore years while completing their AAS degree in order to be able to complete the upper-division (Junior and Senior) BSEET courses at Oregon Tech in two years. Below is a list of courses to satisfy the requirements for the first two years of the degree. Completion of all these courses is not required to be able to transfer, but it is recommended for 2+2 transferability.

Total: 12 Credit Hours


General Education


  • Humanities Elective Credit Hours: 6
  • Social Science Elective Credit Hours: 6

Total: 12 Credit Hours


Mathematics and Science


Total: 32 Credit Hours


Total: 36 Credit Hours


Programming


Total: 4 Credit Hours


Upper Division Courses


Sophomore Year


Total: 8 Credit Hours

Junior Year


Total: 13 Credit Hours

Total: 12 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 12 Credit Hours

Summer


Total: 9 Credit Hours

Senior Year


Fall


Total: 12 Credit Hours

Winter


Total: 14 Credit Hours

Spring


Total: 12 Credit Hours

Total for a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology: 188 Credit Hours


a Choose from MATH 243 , MATH 361 , and MATH 465 .
b Lower Division Technical electives include CST 126 , CST 136 , and other approved 200-level engineering or engineering technology courses.
c Choose from WRI 327 , WRI 350 , and WRI 410 .
d Upper division EE or REE courses (except EE 311 , EE 320 , and EE 347 ), or courses included in the list for a specific degree option (students must satisfy course pre- and co-requisites). Other courses may be used as engineering electives with advisor and department chair approval. Students must complete a minimum of 9 credits of engineering elective coursework.

Technical Emphases


Students in the BSEET program may choose to specialize in a particular area by selecting their engineering elective courses from the appropriate list below. These lists of courses are provided only for guidance. Students are not required to select a technical emphasis, and technical emphases will not appear on the students' transcripts. Some technical elective courses in the emphases may not be available in both campuses. Check course offerings with your advisor.

Automation, Robotics, and Control


Choose technical Elective courses from the following list:

Note:


Automation, Robotics, and Control emphasis only available at Wilsonville campus.

Electrical Power


Choose technical elective courses from the following list:

Microelectronics


Choose technical elective courses from the following list:

Optical Engineering


Choose technical elective courses from the following list:

Note:


Optical Engineering emphasis only available at Wilsonville campus.

Renewable Energy


Choose technical elective courses from the following list: