analysis of circuits is used.
EECT 213 Introduction to Industrial Controls 3 Credits Prerequisites: EECT 221 and EECT 223.Studies basics of controls related to industrial electronics.Includes basic and pilot control devices such as circuit layouts,industrial schematics,reduced volt- age starters,multispeed controllers,and solid-state controls.Covers
transformer hookups and circuit protection. EECT 214 Industrial Instrumentation
Prerequisites: EECT 126.Provides a system view of manufacturing and automated production emphasizing the devices used in control and measurements.Areas covered include pressure,strain,force, flow,and level considerations.Principles of process control are intro- duced, incorporating the usage of probes,sensors,transducers,and various fi nal control devices.Computer software,hardware,and interfacing are examined in regards to data acquisition,manufac- turing control,and summarization of industrial data.
EECT 219 Biomedical Electronics I
Prerequisites: APHY 101 or BIOL 100 and HLHS 101 and EECT 126. Offers study of medical electronics equipment,including ECG,EEG, defibrillators,heart monitors,monitoring and respiratory equipment.
EECT 220 Biomedical Electronics II
Prerequisites: EECT 219.Studies medical support systems including X-ray equipment,respirators and analyzers,and their maintenance. Studies medical ultrasound,electro surgery units and mechanical recorders.Prepares students for licensing and certification.
EECT 221 Solid State
Prerequisites: EECT 121.Continues the study of bipolar transistors with additional circuit configurations including the emitter follower and the Darlington.Studies power amplifiers,amplifier classifications, unipolar transistors,and thyristors.Includes discreet FETs,SCRS,UJTs, oscillators,linear regulated power supplies,and switching regulators. Discusses frequency effects and response of amplifiers.
EECT 222 Introduction to Microcontrollers
Prerequisites: EECT 122 and EECT 128.An introduction to microcon- troller hardware and software,focusing on embedded control appli- cations. Interconnections of components,peripheral devices,bus timing relationships,structured C-language programming,debug- ging, input/output techniques,and use of PC-based software devel-
opment tools are studied. EECT 223 Electrical Machines
Prerequisites: EECT 111.Provides an overview of electrical machines and how they relate to industrial electronics.Gives industrial elec- tronics technicians insight into electrical power generation, polyphase system,transformers,all types of electrical motors,power factor and power factor correction,back-up power and electrical power monitoring.
EECT 224 Peripherals
Prerequisites: EECT 112.Studies peripherals commonly used with computers and microcomputers and the interfacing with those peripherals. Includes printers, scanners,modems, NICs, video adapters and displays,keyboards and mouse,sound systems,and CD-ROM and DVDROM drives.Also includes a study of data commu-
nications hardware and techniques.Studies techniques for logical
troubleshooting of microcomputer systems. EECT 226 Computer Troubleshooting
Prerequisites: EECT 112.A study of techniques for logical trou- bleshooting of microcomputer systems.Emphasizes basic system components including power supplies,motherboards,memory,flop- py and hard disk drives,operation of video displays,and keyboard and mouse connections.Emphasizes system-oriented troubleshoot-
ing procedures. EECT 228 Communications Electronics
Prerequisites: EECT 121.Analyzes communication circuits with emphasis on AM,FM,SSB,transmitters and receivers,transmission lines,antennas,and wave propagation.Includes dB gain and attenu- ation, noise,modulation and demodulation principles,phase-locked loop,RF amplifiers,automatic gain control,detectors,limiters and discriminators.Offers hands-on lab exposure to analog circuits utiliz-
ing analysis and troubleshooting techniques. EECT 229 Telecommunications
Prerequisites: EECT 112.Presents an in-depth view of the telecom- munication industry from the very beginning to today’s cellular, Internet,and broadband technologies.Examines various methods in transmitting digital data from one location to another.Covers trans- mission medias,time and frequency multiplexing,modulation appli- cations, routing networks,communications hardware,protocols, telephone networks,and Internet systems.Cellular,cable broadband,
and emerging technologies are also introduced.
EECT 230 Advanced Communications Electronics
Prerequisites: EECT 228.The basics of antenna principles and wave propagation together with an in-depth study of matching tech- niques for transmission lines.Includes the Smith Chart and a thor- ough study of television operation.Radiation patterns will be meas- ure with different antenna arrays.Signal tracing troubleshooting
techniques will be practiced on a color TV set. EECT 233 Industrial Motors and Controls
Prerequisites: EECT 111.Provides a complete understanding of basic ladder and wiring diagrams used in the control of electric motors. Includes the various electrical components and their functions as applied to motor controls.Topics include the various types of motors used in applying electro-mechanical power,ranging from small AC shaded-pole fan motors through larger three-phase motors.Motor starting components,protective devices,heat dissipation,motor slip-
page and frequency and multispeed motors are discussed.Lab assignments allow the student a hands-on approach to wiring vari- ous control components in the operation of three-phase motors.
EECT 235 Process Control
Prerequisites: EECT 121.Presents an in-depth view of process control theory and applications.Topics covered are open and closed loop sys- tems, feedback concepts,signal conditioning,standards and termi- nology, controller principles and loop characteristics.Concepts of thermal,mechanical,optical sensor devices are emphasized as measurement control.Transducers and final control actuators are
examined. EECT 237 Calibration
Prerequisites: EECT 121.Provides an introductory overview of proce- dural calibration for instruments (electronic and pneumatic) found in today’s controlling environments and industry.Instrument evalua- tion, installation,and calibration are the emphasis for this course. Dismantling and calibration of DP cells,gauges,valve positioners, thermocouple circuits,control elements,and other industrial instru-
ments are incorporated throughout the course. EECT 238 Process Instrumentation
Prerequisites: EECT 121.Presents the concepts and fundamentals of measurement instrumentation and its application to industrial process control.Introduces basic device symbols and instrumentation terminology.Includes measurement principles and techniques involving temperature, pressure, flow, level, displacement, strain, load,torque,vibration,humidity,density/specific gravity,gas analy- sis, and conductivity.Discusses open versus closed loop control and the application of combinations of proportional,integral,and deriv-
ative control methods.Includes chart. EECT 279 Advanced Problem Solving
Prerequisites: EECT 121 and EECT 122 .Introduces logical trou- bleshooting of electronic circuits and systems with emphasis on sys- tematic diagnostic methods and technical reference research. Provides further experience in the use of test equipment and proper repair techniques. Includes job preparedness skills and preparation
for appropriate certification testing. EECT 280 Co-Op/Internship
Prerequisite:Program Advisor Approval.Gives students the opportu- nity to work at a job site that is specifically related to their career objectives.Provides on-the-job experience while earning credit
towards an associate’s degree. EETC 221 Electrical Power and Controls
Prerequisite:EECT 121 and PHYS 101.The introduction of magnetic materials is followed by analysis of transformers and power condi- tioning equipment. Also covered are induction motors and single phase and three-phase systems. Motor control devices,programma- ble logic controllers,PLC input and output devices,and power sys- tems communications and monitoring are introduced.