Degree Program

Common Core Requirements

degree program course listing table
Common Core Categories Courses Credits
REQUIRED CORE: 1A. ENGL-101: English Composition I 3
REQUIRED CORE: 1A. ENGL-102: English Composition II 3
REQUIRED CORE: 1B.
MA-114: College Algebra & Trigonometry for Technical Students1 4
REQUIRED CORE: 1C. PH-201: General Physics I2 4
FLEXIBLE CORE: 2E. PH-202: General Physics II2 4
FLEXIBLE CORE: 2A.2B.2D. or 2E. History or Social Science (Select two courses) 6
Subtotal 24

Major Requirements

degree program course listing table
Courses Credits
TECH-100: Introduction to Engineering and Technology 1
ET-110: Electric Circuit Analysis I 4
ET-140: Sinusoidal and Transient Circuit Analysis 3
ET-210: Electronics I 4
ET-220: Electronics II 4
ET-230: Telecommunications I 4
ET-320: Electrical Control Systems 3
ET-410: Electronic Project Laboratory 1
ET-509: Programming for Embedded Systems 1
ET-540: Digital Computer Theory 4
ET-560: Microprocessors and Microcomputers 4
Subtotal 33

Additional Major Requirements

additonal major requirements listing table
Courses Credits
MA-128: Calculus for Technical & Business Students1 4
Subtotal 4

Electives 

Electives for major
Courses Credits

ET elective (choose from):

ET-232, ET-305, ET-360, ET-375, ET-481, ET-490, ET-502, ET-503, ET-504, ET-505, ET-506, ET-507, ET-570, ET-575, ET-580, ET-701, ET-704, ET-705, ET-710, ET-712, ET-720, ET-725, ET-841ET-842ET-880ET-991, ET-992, ET-993



3
Subtotal 3

Total Credits Required

64

1 Students may substitute MA-440 and MA-441 for MA-114 and MA-128.

2 PH-301 and PH -02 or PH-411, 412 and 413 may be substituted for PH-201 and PH-202.

All students must successfully complete two (2) writing-intensive classes (designated “WI”) to fulfill degree requirements.

Degree Pathway

The number of credits you take each year will determine when you graduate. To graduate on time, you are strongly encouraged to enroll in at least 30 credits toward your degree during the calendar year, including fall and spring semesters and winter and summer sessions.

A.A.S. Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology - Catalog Year 2017-18

Fall Semester #1

Courses Credits Pre-requisites and co-requisites

MA 114 College Algebra & Trigonometry for Technical Students*

(Required Core 1.B. Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning)

4

Pre-req.: MA 10 or passing score on the CUNY math placement exam, or exemption; Pre-req. for MA 440: MA 114 or MA 119 & 121 with C or better

ET 110 Electric Circuit Analysis

4

Co-req.: MA 114

ET 540 Digital Computer Theory

4

none

TECH 100 Introduction to Engineering and Technology

1

none

ENGL 101 English Composition I

(Required Core 1.A. – English Composition)

3

Pre-req.: BE 112/205 and 122/226 or passing score on CUNY placement, or exemption

Total credits for the term

16


Spring Semester #1

Courses Credits Pre-requisites and co-requisites

MA 128 Calculus for Technical and Business students*

4

Pre-req.: MA 114 with grade of C or better

Pre-req. for MA 441: MA 440 with C or better

ET 140 Sinusoidal and Transient Circuit Analysis

3

Prerequisite: ET-110 Co-requisite: MA-128

ET 210 Electronics I

4

Pre-req.: ET 110 with grade of C or better

ET 509 Programming for Embedded Systems

1

Pre-req.: TECH-100 or ET-501

ENGL 102 English Composition II (Required Core 1.A. – English Composition)

3

Pre-req.: ENGL-101 or placement

Total credits for the term

15

Fall Semester #2

Courses Credits Pre-requisites and co-requisites

ET 220 Electronics II

4

Pre-req.: ET 210

ET 560 Microprocessors and Microcomputers

4

Pre-req.: ET 210, 509, and 540

ET Elective: Choose from: ET-232, ET-305, ET-360, ET-375, ET-481, ET-490, ET-502, ET-503, ET-504, ET-505, ET-506, ET-507, ET-570, ET-575, ET-580, ET-701, ET-704, ET-705, ET-710, ET-712, ET-720, ET-725, ET-841, ET-842, ET-880, ET-991, ET-992, or ET-993.

1

Check individual courses for pre and co-requisites

PH-201 General Physics I ** Required Core 1.C. Life & Physical Sciences)

4

Pre-req.: MA 114, or 119 and 121

Flexible Core -Select one Social Sciences or History course from 2.A, B, D or E (HIST ONLY 100 series, ANTH, CRIM101 or 102, ECON, PLSC, PSYC, OR SOCY)

3

Check individual course pre- and co-requisites


Total credits for the term

16

Spring Semester #2

Courses Credits Pre-requisites and co-requisites

ET 230 Telecommunications I

4

Pre-requisite: ET 210

ET 320 Computer Control Systems

3

Co-requisite: ET 560

ET 410 Electronic Project Laboratory

1

Pre-req.: ET 560

ET Elective: Choose from: ET-232, ET-305, ET-360, ET-375, ET-481, ET-490, ET-502, ET-503, ET-504, ET-505, ET-506, ET-507, ET-570, ET-575, ET-580, ET-701, ET-704, ET-705, ET-710, ET-712, ET-720, ET-725, ET-841, ET-842, ET-880, ET-991, ET-992, or ET-993.

2

Check individual courses for pre and co-requisites

PH-202 General Physics II** (Flexible Core 2.E Scientific World)

4

Pre-req.: PH 201 with grade of C or better

Flexible Core -Select one Social Sciences or History course from 2.A, B, D or E (HIST ONLY 100 series, ANTH, CRIM101 or 102, ECON, PLSC, PSYC, OR SOCY)

3

Check pre-requisites and co-requisites for individual courses

Total credits for the term

17

Total credits required for the A.A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology

64

Notes:

  1. All students must complete two (2) WI designated classes to fulfill degree requirements.
  2. Students in degree programs must complete any required remedial speech courses before graduation.
  3. *Students may substitute MA 440 and MA 441 for MA 114 and MA 128.
  4. **PH 301 and PH 302 or PH 411, 412 and 413 may be substituted for PH 201 and PH 202.
  5. Indicate if any courses are offered only in the fall and spring semesters

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Student Learning Outcomes for Academic Programs

A.A.S. in Electronic Engineering Technology

General Education Outcomes

A robust general education is founded on the knowledge, concepts, methods, and perspectives that students gain through the study of many academic disciplines. These disciplinary studies stimulate intellectual inquiry, global awareness, and cultural and artistic appreciation: they equip students to make informed judgments and remain engaged beyond the classroom. To that end, QCC promotes educational activities that allow students to demonstrate that they can:

  1. Communicate effectively in various forms
  2. Use analytical reasoning to identify issues or problems and evaluate evidence in order to make informed decisions
  3. Reason quantitatively as required in various fields of interest and in everyday life
  4. Apply information management and digital technology skills useful for academic research and lifelong learning

To support these institutional general education outcomes, the academic departments-;through their programs-may also assess the ability of students to:

  • Integrate knowledge and skills in the program of study
  • Make ethical judgments while recognizing multiple perspectives, as appropriate in the program of study
  • Work collaboratively to accomplish learning objectives

Approved by the Academic Senate on February 13, 2018.

Student Outcomes

  1. An ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well-defined engineering problems appropriate to the discipline;
  2. An ability to design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with engineering design of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the discipline;
  3. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature;
  4. An ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results;
  5. An ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team;

Program Educational Objectives:

  • Career Preparation and Advancement – Graduates will demonstrate mastery of the knowledge and skills needed for entry into or advancement in the field of Electronic Engineering Technology.

  • Engineering Competence - Graduates will be competent technicians with problem solving and design skills, and have the ability to apply mathematics, science and modern engineering software to solve electrical and computer engineering technology problems.

  • Professional Skills - Graduates will have strong communication skills, and the ability to work successfully in teams.

  • College Transfer - Graduates will meet the requirements for transfer into the junior year of a baccalaureate program in engineering technology.

  • Well-rounded Education - Graduates will demonstrate respect for diversity and knowledge of contemporary professional, societal, ethical, and global issues, and they will engage in life-long learning.

Recipients of the A.A.S. degree may choose to work in industry, continue their academic studies in a Bachelor of Engineering Technology program, or both. The program is under the supervision of the Engineering Technology Department (ET), which maintains its status as a recognized national leader of Electronic Engineering Technology education through excellence in teaching, scholarship, applied research, and professional service.

The Electronic Engineering Technology program is heavily laboratory-oriented. ET operates ten up-to-date labo- ratories for student use, including electrical circuits, semiconductor, microwave and communications, feedback control systems, digital computers, LANS, Internet-based studies and New Media. The laboratories contain professional -level software, simulations systems, and measurement and calibration equipment. Students also become fluent with engineering software such as PSpice, SystemView, and Multisim. The department also sponsors an IEEE club and a Robotics club.

Electrical and electronic engineering technology are among the largest and most rapidly developing technical fields. The Electronic Engineering Technology pro- gram focuses on the application of electrical and electronics engineering technology to solve real-world problems. Students learn in a hands-on environment that includes projects throughout the curriculum. They receive a solid foundation of coursework in digital and analog electronic systems, electrical power systems, electrical machinery, solid state systems, microcomputer and microcontroller systems, industrial process control and automa- tion, computer programming and applications, and telecommunications. A wide variety of elective courses are also offered in specialty areas.

Faculty advisers work with students and help them plan their academic programs in line with their academic background and personal interests. ET offers many awards, scholarships, internships, and cooperative education opportunities. These opportunities provide students with financial support and help to broaden their knowledge. Students are able to earn college credit while participating in an internship or co-operative education experience.

Electronic Engineering Technology program graduates are widely sought by industry. Graduates have an excellent record in finding employment and enjoy relatively high starting salaries. They are employed in such diverse positions as electrical designer, electronic technician, research technician, technical sales rep- resentative, technical writer, and field or customer engineer. New York area companies employing our graduates include: Verizon, Hewlett Packard, Consolidated Edison, IBM, MCS/Canon, Aeroflex, CitiCorp, Kepco Power Supplies, MTA, LIRR, US Postal Service, Keyspan, Lucent, Northrop/Grumman and Underwriters Laboratories. 

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