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2024 - 2025 Catalog Year
Electronics Engineering Technology (Full-time)

Degree: Associate of Applied Science
Division: Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

This Sample Program Pathway is designed to provide an example of course selections in a term by term sequence. Please see an Academic Advisor for a plan specific to your academic needs.

Fall Semester (First Year)

Description: Draw circuits using Multisim. Compose directories using Windows commands. Identify schematic symbols and components. Produce a technical document with text, graphs and schematics. Assembly of circuits. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

Description: Electrical components and quantities, voltage , current and resistance, Ohm's law; analysis of series, parallel and series-parallel circuits, circuit theorems, capacitors and inductors, transient response of capacitive and inductive circuits. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: MAT 0200

Description: In English Composition I students learn reflective, analytical and argumentative writing strategies, incorporating sources and personal experience. Students will negotiate between public and private rhetorical situations and purposes to achieve academic literacy. They will write multiple drafts using a recursive writing process as they work toward fluency in style and mechanics.

Prerequisites: DEV 0035 or Other (Placement Test Score)

Description: Polynomial, radical, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions and their graphs, roots of polynomial functions, rational and polynomial inequalities, conic sections, systems of linear equations; sequences and series. Trigonometric functions of angles, solving right and oblique triangles, trigonometric identities and equations, vectors, radian measure, graphs of trigonometric functions, inverse trigonometric functions and applications. Traditional testing (proctored or in Testing Center) is used in all online sections.

Notes: OR MAT-1470 College Algebra and MAT-1570 Trigonometry

Prerequisites: MAT 0300 and Other (With a grade of C or better or satisfactory score on math placement test)


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Spring Semester (First Year)
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Description: Number systems, operations and codes, logic gates, Boolean algebra, DeMorgan's theorem and logic simplification, combination logic circuits, encoders/decoders, multiplexers/demultiplexers, adders, subtractors and ALUs, flip-flops and related devices, counters, shift registers, memory and storage, integrated circuit technologies. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.


Prerequisites: EET 1116

Description: Sinusoidal wave properties, complex numbers and phasors, behavior of transformers, steady-state behavior of RC circuits under AC conditions, steady-state behavior of RL circuits under AC conditions, steady-state behavior of RLC circuits under AC conditions, analysis of basic filter circuits, AC network theorems such as superposition, Thevenin's and Norton's theorems, three phase and polyphase power and power factor analysis. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.


Prerequisites: EET 1150 and MAT 1580

Description: Algebra-based university-parallel sequence in mechanics, including vectors, statics, work and energy, momentum, rotational motion, elasticity, fluids and thermodynamics. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: MAT 1290 or MAT 1470 or MAT 1570 or MAT 1580

Description: Designed to improve speaking and listening skills through the study and application of public speaking structure, content and style. This course requires 5 speeches in front of a live audience. The online course sections require the recordings to be created by the student with at least 8 adults present for each speech. Any questions, please contact the Communication Department at

Prerequisites: DEV 0035 or Other (Any other college level English course)


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Fall Semester (Second Year)
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Description: Semiconductor properties, diode applications, special-purpose diodes, bipolar junction transistors (BJTs), BJT biasing circuits and stability, BJT amplifier circuits, multistage amplifier design, power amplifiers, field effect transistors (FETs), JFET and MOSFET biasing circuits, FET amplifier circuits, frequency analysis, thyristors and applications, negative and positive feedback concepts, oscillators, Op-Amp circuits and applications, and electronically regulated power supplies. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.


Prerequisites: EET 1155 or EGR 2201

Description: Microprocessor architecture, assembly language programming, bus structures and timing diagrams, memory technologies and interfacing, input/output interface and systems, interrupt-processed input/output, direct memory access (DMA), microcontroller applications and microprocessor-based communications. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.


Prerequisites: EET 1131 or EET 1198

Description: Provides history of control systems and PLCs, use of number systems, ladder logic programming devices, Control I/O modules, relays, contacts, coils, and timers, counters and sequencers, fundamental PLC programming, and data transfer. Two classroom, two lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: EET 1120 or EET 1131 or EET 1198 or EET 1181 and EET 1182


Solve representative engineering problems with a focus on: writing in object-oriented style, computer control of input/output port control, stand-alone executable code and library linking. Computer solutions of engineering problems using C and C++ incorporating compiling, running, editing and debugging techniques along with language-specific functions, array and pointer structures and stream I/O. Three classroom, three lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: MAT 1470 or MAT 1580


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Spring Semester (Second Year)
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Description: Computer solutions of engineering technology problems using LabVIEW. Covers the LabVIEW programming environment and virtual instruments, data types, debugging, sub-virtual instruments, programming structures, arrays, graphical presentation and analysis, file input/output, instrument control, data acquisition, and applications to electronic circuits. Three classroom, two lab hours per week.


Prerequisites: EET 2201 and EET 1131

Description: Review of electronic circuits, analog and digital electronics, microcontrollers, design and layout of printed circuit board, fabricate-assemble-test-troubleshoot working prototype, write report. Two classroom, four lab hours per week.

Notes: SPRING ONLY - Department Permission Required

Prerequisites: EET 2201 and EET 2261

Description: Students earn credits toward degree requirements for work learning experience. Students already working may apply to use that experience to meet internship requirements. Students establish learning outcomes and prepare related reports and/or projects each semester. Ten co-op hours per week per credit hour.

Notes: EET Program Elective - Choose from: EET-2270, EET-2157, EET-2257, EET-2282 OR PHY-1142. To register for the internship, please contact the Work-Based Learning Office at 937-512-2769 or AT LEAST ONE TERM PRIOR

Prerequisites: Approval of Department

Description: Instruction to the core skills of an engineering professional. Technical skills, soft skills and team management techniques. Concepts of lifelong learning, continued personal improvement, engineering ethics, working in a diverse industry and future trends in engineering technology. One-half classroom, one and one-half lab hours per week.

Prerequisites: COM 2206 or COM 2211 or COM 2225 and ENG 1101

Description: This course serves as an introduction to the study of regional geography at the global scale. Students will become familiar with and understand the use of maps/geo-technologies to explain geographic phenomena and patterns as they relate to world regions and their interrelationships, apply geographic concepts to the study of regions or a specific region,compare and contrast human and physical patterns and their variations over space,develop an appreciation of the complexities of regional and global environmental and socio-economic problems,understand globalization and place local issues in their global and historical context,and to understand human-environment interactions in various regions around the world.

Notes: Choose from any OT36 Arts & Humanities Elective OR Social & Behavioral Science Elective. View all course options here:


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This information is for planning purposes only. Sinclair College will make every effort to offer curriculum listed above but reserves the right to change, add and cancel curriculum offerings for unforeseen circumstances. View current catalog.