Associate Degree Course Sequence
SSC101 Student Success Seminar
CSE122 Programming Logic and Problem Solving
EET120 DC Circuit Analysis
ENG124 College Composition
DET125 Basic AutoCAD
EET123 Electronic Devices & Circuits
EET125 Circuit Manufacturing Techniques
CSE229 Visual Basic Development
EET122 AC Circuit Analysis
PHY121 College Physics I with Algebra
EET262 Pulse and Digital Integrated Circuits
EET263 Industrial Sensors and Advanced Applications
EET248 Workstation Interfacing
EET230 Electronic Circuits I
MTH221 Concepts of Calculus
ENG221 Technical Report Writing
EET225 Digital Communication & Systems Analysis
EET232 Industrial Electronics
EET235 Technical Project - Electronic
COM123 Small Group Communication
Arts & Humanities Elective
TOTAL CREDITS 69
Space vehicles, C.A.T. scans, personal computers, electronically controlled machines, computerized automobile functions and global communication are just a few achievements of modern industry.
Well-educated and well-trained technical personnel are needed for research, development, production, testing, installation, maintenance and repair of electronic equipment, machinery and products.
Electronic engineering technicians must have theoretical knowledge of the field and extensive “hands-on” experience in laboratory techniques and equipment. Stark State combines theoretical classroom education with “hands-on” laboratory experience to ensure excellent technical knowledge and skills.
Job opportunities available to electronic engineering technicians include: audio technician, biomedical, industrial network, customer service technician, process control technician, field engineering specialist and electronic technician.
The electronic engineering technology program is accredited by the Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (TAC of ABET).
A graduate of this program will earn an associate of applied science degree in electronic engineering technology.