EET - Electronic Engineering Technology Outcomes

AAS: Electronic Engineering Technology

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Carry out instructions and automate highly repetitive or monotonous tasks by utilizing programming skills.
  • Model and troubleshoot non-linear circuits and systems. 10.2011

AAS: Electronic Engineering Technology: Biomedical Engineering Technology

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Carry out instructions and automate highly repetitive or monotonous tasks by utilizing programming skills.
  • Model and troubleshoot non-linear circuits and systems.
  • Communicate in a medical setting using proper medical terminology.
  • Troubleshoot and operate electronic biomedical equipment. 10.2011

AAS: Electronic Engineering Technology: Renewable Energy Systems

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Carry out instructions and automate highly repetitive or monotonous tasks by utilizing programming skills.
  • Model and troubleshoot non-linear circuits and systems.
  • Troubleshoot and debug alternative power generation systems by utilizing interdisciplinary skills. 10.2011

AAS: Electronic Engineering Technology: Wireless and Data Communication

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Carry out instructions and automate highly repetitive or monotonous tasks by utilizing programming skills.
  • Model and troubleshoot non-linear circuits and systems.
  • Configure and identify different data and wireless communication systems. 10.2011

AAS: Electronic Engineering Technology: Mechatronics/Robotics/Automation

  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Carry out instructions and automate highly repetitive or monotonous tasks by utilizing programming skills.
  • Model and troubleshoot non-linear circuits and systems.
  • Construct interfaces to electronically control mechanical systems. 10.2011

One-Year Certificate: Electronic Engineering Technology

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings. 10.2011

Career Pathway Certificate: Renewable Energy Systems

  • Predict and characterize analog circuit behavior by applying analog circuit analysis techniques.
  • Assess and create desired digital logic circuit outputs by employing digital logic methods of reduction and analysis.
  • Simulate, force, and measure DC and AC circuit quantities by using industry standard software and test equipment.
  • Communicate effectively both at the individual level and within team settings.
  • Troubleshoot and debug alternative power generation systems by utilizing interdisciplinary skills. 10.2011

 


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