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Electronics Engineering Technology



Listed below are courses typically required to complete the Electronics Engineering Technology Program. The specific courses and credit required may vary, depending on coursework transferred. To determine availability of a course for a particular semester, refer to the class schedule.

ECT 321 Circuit Analysis II
ECT 324 Discrete Transistor Theory and Circuit Design
ECT 325 Analog Integrated Precision Circuits
ECT 343 Industrial Electronic Pulse Circuits
ECT 421 Circuit Analysis by Calculus
ECT 430 Senior Seminar
ECT 437 Industrial Computer Systems Management
ECT 444 Programmable Logic Controllers and Control Systems
ECT 448 Industrial Electronic Current Control Systems
TMGT 471 Production Planning and Control I
TMGT 478 Industrial Organization and Functions
TMGT 492 Industrial Supervision
Elective (3 credits)

ECT 280 Introduction to Automation
ECT 281 Introduction to Robotics and Automation
MFG 370 Fundamentals of Manufacturing Processes
MFG 371 Manufacturing Processes and Materials

CS 356 Principles of Structured Design
MATH 301 Fundamentals and Applications of Calculus

  • Satisfy deficiencies from the associate degree
  • Courses to satisfy the University's Foundational Studies requirements
  • Fulfillment of the University's graduation requirements, including 45 credit hours of upper division (300-400 level) credit
  • At least 24 credit hours of coursework must be taken in the College of Technology, with at least 12 of those credit hours taken in the department.

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The Catalog of Indiana State University is the document of authority for all students. The requirements given in the catalog supersede information issued by any academic department, program, college, or school. The University reserves the right to change the requirements at any time.

Last updated 25 April 2014