Electronic Engineering Technician Qualifications ARCHIVE

EET Instructor Qualifications prior to November 2012:

 

Full Time EET Instructors need to teach in both EET and ENGR programs, therefore, they must meet one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 3 years of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering field.

OR

    • Master's degree in areas related to electrical/electronic engineering, including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper-division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering, plus 3 years’ of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

Note:  for Full Time Faculty positions, MS or higher is required.  The FT Instructor will teach many different program courses, and have significant, if not primary, responsibility for the curriculum, laboratory facilities and  other departmental operations.

 

Part Time EET Instructors must meet one of the above, or one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Bachelor's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering fields.

OR

    • Bachelor's degree in areas related to electrical/electronic engineering, including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper-division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering or other related areas, plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

OR

    • AAS degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology or related areas including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 5 years full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering technology or the above listed related areas.

OR

  • Instructors teaching EET 260/261 and EET 280/C meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • CBET certification
    • Documented completion of industrial/military training in biomedical technology
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as a biomedical technician in a hospital
  • Instructors teaching EET 280A meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • Qualifications set by licensing/certification organizations in the field of electrical/electronic engineering/engineering technology such as Professional Engineer license, NOCTI, etc.
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as an electrical/electronic engineer/technician in the industry
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience working with electrical/electronic engineers/technicians in support areas of technical training, technical writing, and/or technical recruiting with some project management experience.
  • Instructors teaching EET 254 meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as an electrical/electronic engineer/technician in the industry
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience working with electrical/electronic, engineers/technicians in support areas of technical training, technical writing, and/or technical recruiting with some project management experience.
  • Instructors teaching EET 110 meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • Bachelor's degree in science, or applied science, or business administration, and a minimum of 4 years experience in the renewable energy area
    • Master's degree or higher in science, or applied science, or business administration and a minimum of 3 years experieince in the renewable energy area.

Instructors shall have completed their education at institutions accredited by commissions associated with or similar to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

 

Approved: August 2011

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Full Time EET Instructors need to teach in both EET and ENGR programs, therefore, they must meet one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 3 years of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering field.

OR

    • Master's degree in areas related to electrical/electronic engineering, including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper-division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering, plus 3 years’ of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

Note:  for Full Time Faculty positions, MS or higher is required.  The FT Instructor will teach many different program courses, and have significant, if not primary, responsibility for the curriculum, laboratory facilities and  other departmental operations.

Part Time EET Instructors must meet one of the above, or one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Bachelor's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering fields.

OR

    • Bachelor's degree in areas related to electrical/electronic engineering, including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper-division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering or other related areas, plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

OR

    • AAS degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology or related areas including computer engineering, electromechanical engineering, mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering or other related areas, plus 5 years full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering technology or the above listed related areas.

OR

  • Instructors teaching EET 260/261 and EET 280/C meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • CBET certification
    • Documented completion of industrial/military training in biomedical technology
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as a biomedical technician in a hospital
  • Instructors teaching EET 280A meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • Qualifications set by licensing/certification organizations in the field of electrical/electronic engineering/engineering technology such as Professional Engineer license, NOCTI, etc.
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as an electrical/electronic engineer/technician in the industry
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience working with electrical/electronic engineers/technicians in support areas of technical training, technical writing, and/or technical recruiting with some project management experience.
  • Instructors teaching EET 254 meet instructor qualifications by demonstrating competency through one of the following:
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience as an electrical/electronic engineer/technician in the industry
    • A minimum of 5 years of experience working with electrical/electronic, engineers/technicians in support areas of technical training, technical writing, and/or technical recruiting with some project management experience.

Instructors shall have completed their education at institutions accredited by commissions associated with or similar to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

 

Approved: January 2011

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Full Time EET Instructors need to teach in both EET and ENGR programs, therefore, they must meet one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 3 years of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering field.

OR

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering related areas including computer. electromechanical, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering, plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering areas, plus 3 years’ of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

Part Time EET Instructors must meet one of the following instructor qualifications categories:

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 3 years of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering field.

OR

    • Master's degree in electrical/electronic engineering related areas including computer. electromechanical, and mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering plus 30 quarter hours credit in upper division coursework in the electrical/electronic engineering areas plus 3 years’ of full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

OR

    • Bachelor's degree in electrical/electronic engineering plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering fields.

OR

    • Bachelor's degree in electrical/electronic engineering related areas such as computer, electromechanical, mechatronics/automation/robotics engineering plus 30 quarter hours upper division course work in the electrical/electronic engineering areas plus 4 years of full-time industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering or the above listed related fields.

OR

    • AAS degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology or related areas including computer, electromechanical, mechatronics/automation/robotics, plus 5 years full-time, industrial work experience in the electrical/electronic engineering technology or the above listed related areas.  

OR

    • Demonstrated competency and/or qualifications set by licensing organization in the field of biomedical engineering technology. CBET certification will suffice for teaching EET 260, EET 261 courses. (Supportive documentation of SAC-determined requirements must be attached to this form).

OR

    • Instructors teaching EET 254 must have demonstrable competency gained through a combination of study and/or teaching experience and/or professional performance.

Instructors shall have completed their education at institutions accredited by commissions associated with or similar to the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.

 

Approved: June 2010