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Course Information and Descriptions
EDU 299 Special Topics in Education (Variable)
1-3 Hours
Special topics in the field of education will be developed. Topics will
focus on a specific current issue in the areas of early childhood,
elementary, secondary, or special education. A maximum of 6 credit
hours of EDU 299 or ECE 299 may be used as elective credit toward
an AA or AAS degree in education.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
May be taken four times, but any topic only once
EDU 999
Preparing for the TAP or
ACT+Writing (Variable)
1-3 Hours
This course is designed to prepare prospective teachers to take and
pass the Test of Academic Proficiency (TAP) by refreshing or
improving skills and abilities in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics.
This course is repeatable up to three times, any topic only once, for a
maximum of 3 hours toward degree completion. This course will
also prepare students who wish to take the ACT plus writing test, as
an alternative to the TAP.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness and Basic
Algebra Readiness OR Consent of Department
Recommended: ENG 121 and MTH 121 (both C or better)
May be taken three times, but any topic only once
Electrical Engineering
Technology (EET)
Engineering, Math and Physical Sciences Division,
Room T102, (847) 543-2044
EET 113
Solid State Electronics (3-2)
4 Hours
This course is an introduction to semiconductor devices and their
applications. Operating principles and characteristics of diodes,
transistors, JFETS, MOSFETs and thyristors are discussed.
Transistor models using the h and r parameters are covered. Various
transistor configurations and biasing techniques are studied. Device
functionality and applications are discussed and range from power
supplies, voltage regulators, small signal/power amplifiers, amplifier
response analysis (Bode Plot) to operational amplifiers.
Prerequisite: MTH 122 and EET 175
Course fee
Typically offered fall only
EET 115
Electronic Laboratory Techniques (1-2)
2 Hours
An introduction to electronic measurement techniques, the
identification and testing of electronic components, and Ohm’s law
and power law. Lab safety concepts, proper use of basic laboratory
equipment such as oscilloscopes, DMM, power supplies, frequency
counter and signal generators are introduced. Additional topics
include: soldering and desoldering of components, breadboarding,
how to keep a lab notebook and schematic reading. The student will
be expected to pursue and complete a laboratory project of his/her
choice with the instructor’s approval.
Corequisite: EET 170
Course fee
254
EET 130
Introduction to Renewable
4 Hours
Energy Sources (3-2)
This course provides an overview of renewable (essentially carbonfree) energy sources with an emphasis on Solar, Wind and
Geothermal technologies. Students will acquire an understanding of
various renewable energy systems and their underlying physical and
technological principles, economics, environmental impact and how
these technologies can be integrated into an overall energy system.
Prerequisite: MTH 102 or equivalent with a grade of C or better and
College Reading and Writing Readiness
EET 170
DC Circuit Fundamentals (1.5-1)
2 Hours
Topics include definition of voltage, current, resistance, conductance,
and power. Also includes Ohm’s Law, Kirchhoff’s Laws as applied
to series, parallel and series-parallel circuits. Calculation of power
dissipation, use of voltage and current dividers, recognition and use
of Wheatstone Bridge circuits.
Prerequisite: College Reading and Writing Readiness
Recommended: MTH 117
Course fee
EET 173
DC Analysis-Network Theorems (1.5-1)
2 Hours
Introduction to network theorems and solutions, to include
Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Mesh analysis, Nodal
analysis, Superposition and other analysis techniques.
Prerequisite: EET 170
Corequisite: MTH 122
Course fee
EET 174
AC Fundamentals (1.5-1)
2 Hours
Introduction to AC circuit fundamentals. Study of circuitry
consisting of AC sources, resistors, inductors, capacitors and
transformers. Course material covers, reactance, impedance, vectors,
current and voltage phase relationships, apparent and reactive power,
complex notation. Q, resonance and filters are discussed.
Prerequisite: EET 170 and MTH 122
Corequisite: MTH 123
Course fee
EET 175
AC Analysis and Circuit Theorems (1.5-1) 2 Hours
AC network theorems and solutions, to include Thevenin’s Theorem,
Norton’s Theorem, Max Power Transfer Theorem, Mesh analysis,
Nodal analysis, superposition and other analysis techniques. Series
and parallel resonance will also be included with discussion of
passive filter operation. EET 175 is a continuation of EET 174 for
the Electrical Engineering Technology AAS degree.
Prerequisite: EET 174
Corequisite: MTH 123
Course fee
EET 211
Advanced Solid State Electronics (3-2)
4 Hours
This is a continuation of EET 113 with an emphasis on the
development of frequency response characteristics of operational
amplifiers, open and closed loop response, negative and positive
feedback, active filters, oscillators/timers, voltage regulators, basic
op-amp circuits, data conversion circuits and control circuits.
Prerequisite: EET 113
Course fee
EET 212
Electronic Communications Systems (2-3) 3 Hours
Principles of operation and design of electronics equipment
including radio fundamentals, radio receivers, transmitters, antennas
and transmission of RF energy. Digital communications will be
covered.
Prerequisite: EET 113, EET 174 and EET 175
Course fee