2022-2023 Academic Catalog

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering Technology

The Computer Engineering Technology program prepares graduates for careers in maintaining, manufacturing, integration, and support of computer systems. Emphasis is placed on job skills required of professionals in the computer industry; including wireless systems, electronic interfacing, networking, digital communications, oral and written communication, and management principles.

Summary of Graduation Requirements

Subject Area Credits
General Education Core 27
Major Requirements 50
Electives 5
Other Requirements 38
Total Credit Hours 120

Curriculum

Plan of Study Grid
First YearCredits
IMT 170 Introduction to Technology 1
EET 111
111L
Circuit Analysis I
and Circuit Analysis I Laboratory
4
MTH 153 College Algebra & Trigonometry 3
ENG 101 College English I 3
HED 100 Personal and Community Health 2
PED 100 Fundametals of Fitness for Life 1
SEM 101
SEM 102
Spartan Seminar 101
and Spartan Seminar 102
2
EET 212
212L
Circuit Analysis II
and Circuit Analysis II Laboratory
4
CSC 170
170L
Computer Programming I
and Computer Programming Laboratory I
4
MTH 184 Calculus I 4
ENG 102 College English II 3
 Credits31
Second Year
EET 213
213L
Electronic Devices I
and Electronic Devices I Laboratory
4
EET 220
220L
Digital Electronics
and Digital Electronics Laboratory
4
IMT 244 Industrial Specification & Technical Documentation 3
PHY 152
152L
General Physics
and General Physics Laboratory I
4
SEM 201 Spartan Seminar 201 1
EET 313
313L
Electronic Devices II
and Electronic Devices II Laboratory
4
CET 304
304L
Digital System Design
and Digital Systems Design Laboratory
4
PHY 153
153L
General Physics
and General Physics Laboratory II
4
ENG 285 Public Speaking 3
 Credits31
Third Year
CET 305
305L
Computer Organization
and Computer Organization Laboratory
4
IMT 205 Industrial Safety & Management 3
MTH 250 Elementary Statistics Concepts 3
XXX XXX Select one Social Science Elective: 3
Introduction to the Social Sciences  
History of World Societies I  
History of World Societies II  
United States History Since 1865  
Introduction to Business & Entrepreneurship  
Introduction to Psychology  
Basic Principles of Economics  
XXX XXX Select one Humanities Elective: 3
Humanties  
Humanities  
Basic Art Appreciation  
Introduction to World Literature  
Music Appreciation  
CET 315
315L
Microprocessors
and Microprocessor Laboratory
4
CET 336
336L
Computer Networks Technology
and Computer Networks Technology I Laboratory
4
TMD 151 Introduction to Cad 3
XXX XXXElective 3
 Credits30
Fourth Year
CET 432
432L
Computer Interfaces & Peripheral Devices
and Computer Interfaces Laboratory
4
CET 436
436L
Computer Networks Technology II
and Computer Networks Technology II Laboratory
4
EET 413
413L
Digital Communications Systems
and Digital Communications Systems Laboratory
4
EET 497L Sr Project A: a Capstone Experience 1
IMT 413 Project Management 3
EET 498L Sr Project B: a Capstone Experience 1
IMT 445 Statistical Quality Control 3
XXX XXXSelect one Humanities Elective: 3
African-American Literature, 1940-PRESENT  
African/Afro-American Art  
African-American Music  
XXX XXXSelect one Cultural Elective: 3
African-American History  
African-American History Since 1865  
Modern African History & Cultures 1600-PRESENT  
Racial & Ethnic Minorities  
African American Politics  
Psychology of the African-American  
XXX XXX: Elective 2
 Credits28
 Total Credits120