ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY COURSES - CEET

CEET 1110. Basic Electronics (2) F, Sp

Introduction to the concepts and fundamentals of electronic devices, circuits and systems. An electronics overview course for technology majors. Topics include direct current electricity, alternating current electricity, transistors and integrated circuits, amplifiers and oscillators, transmitters and receivers, digital logic circuits, electronic memory, and computers. Prerequisite: Credit for or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1010.

CEET 1130. Digital Systems (4) F, Sp

Introduction to digital electronics, integrated circuits, numbering systems, Boolean algebra, gates, flip-flops, multiplexers, sequential circuits, combinational circuits, programmable logic devices, and computer architecture. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, analysis, and measurement of basic digital systems. Prerequisite: Credit for or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1010.

CEET 1140. AC and DC Circuits (4) F, Sp

Introduction to AC and DC circuit fundamentals, analysis, theorems, laws, components, measuring devices, and equipment. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include circuit design, construction, and analysis of AC/DC circuits. The introduction and use of measuring instruments, power supplies, and signal generators. Prerequisite: CEET 1110 and credit for or concurrent enrollment in MATH 1060 or MATH QL1080.

CEET 1850. Industrial Electronics (4) Sp

Industrial electronics course for Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Technology majors. Introduction to DC and AC circuits, machines, and power systems. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, and analysis of DC/AC circuits and machinery. Prerequisite: MATH 1010.

CEET 2110. Semiconductor Circuits (4) F

Introduction to the design and analysis of semiconductor circuits using diodes, transistors, op-amps, field effect devices, thyristors, and regulators. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, computer simulation, and analysis of semiconductor circuits, amplifiers and power supplies. Prerequisite: CEET 1140.

CEET 2120. Power and Motors (4) F

Introduction to AC and DC motors, relays, transformers, power measurements, National Electrical Code, ladder logic, wiring, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, and analysis of basic power circuits and machinery configurations. Prerequisite: CEET 1140.

CEET 2130. PC Board Design (3) Sp

An introduction to the design of printed circuit boards and packaging with emphasis on the design, simulation, analysis and packaging of circuits. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities include the design, construction, and testing of prototype circuit boards. CAD programs will be used for the design and layout of circuit boards. Prerequisite: CEET 2110.

CEET 2140. Communications Systems (4) Sp

Introduction to digital and wireless communication circuits. Topics to include radio frequency circuits, modulation, detection, transmitters, receivers, transmission lines, antennas, and measurement instruments. Digital communications topics to include parallel and serial data transmission. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, computer simulation, and analysis of communication circuits. Prerequisite: CEET 2110.

CEET 2150. Embedded Controllers (4) F, Sp

A study of microprocessors, embedded controllers, operational characteristics, computer architecture, machine code programming, memory devices, and interfacing. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities include the design, construction, and analysis of microprocessor based systems. Analysis techniques include the use of assemblers, cross-assemblers, and emulators. Prerequisite: CEET 1130.

CEET 2160. Troubleshooting (3) Sp

An introduction to troubleshooting techniques and skills. Topics include the use of diagnostic electronic test equipment such as multi-meters, power supplies, signal generators, digital storage oscilloscopes, and spectrum analyzers. Students will diagnose and repair electronic circuits and systems. Lecture and laboratory combination. Prerequisite: CEET 2110 and CEET 2150.

CEET 2170. Industrial Controls (3) F

Introduction to industrial control systems for manufacturing and automated test applications. The course will focus on LabVIEW control systems and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs). Students will configure, program, and troubleshoot industrial control systems. Lecture and lab combination. Prerequisite: CEET 1140.

CEET 3010. Circuit Analysis (4) F

Advanced calculus-based topics related to electronic circuit analysis, Laplace transforms, differential equations, Fourier series, Fourier transforms, and applications. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities include circuit design, construction, computer simulation, and analysis. CEET 2110 and MATH 1210.

CEET 3020. Active Filters (4) Sp

Continuation of Circuit Analysis, CEET 3010. Topics include active and passive filters, Pole-zero analysis, stability, Bode diagrams, frequency response, and applications. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities include circuit design, construction, computer simulation, and analysis. Prerequisite: CEET 3010.

CEET 3030. FPGA and ASIC Design (4) F

Introduction to field programmable gate arrays (FPGA) and application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) design. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the use of computer design tools to design, model, simulate, and program gate arrays and application specific integrated circuits.  Prerequisite: CEET 2150.

CEET 3040. Instrumentation and Measurements (4) F

Introduction to electronic data acquisition, data analysis, error analysis, signal measurement, and automatic testing techniques. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, and analysis of measurement circuits, data acquisition circuits, instrumentation devices, and automatic testing. Prerequisite: CEET 2110.

CEET 3050. Assembly Language & Device Drivers (4) Sp

Small computer architecture, computer I/O, graphics, assembly language fundamentals, BIOS, device drivers, advanced assembly language techniques. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include design, simulation, computer programming, analysis, and troubleshooting. Prerequisite: CEET 2150.

CEET 3060. Real-Time Embedded Controllers (4) Sp

An introduction to real-time kernals and operating systems. Priority-based pre-emptive scheduling, intertask communication, and intertask sychronization will be studied. Other topics include priority inversions, semaphores, mutexes, context switches, rate monotonic analysis (RMA), various kernal services, finite state machines, and nested state machines. Prerequisite: CEET 2150.

CEET 3070. Engineering Technology Research (3) F, Sp

Engineering problem solving using the Internet, professional journals, and human networking. Three styles of writing emphasized; technical descriptions, historical perspectives of technology, and technical defensible arguments. Prerequisite: AAS degree in CET or EET.

CEET 3080. Embedded Networks (4) Sp

This course provides an in-depth study of several serial communication standards and how to implement them in embedded systems. The standards addressed in this class include RS232, RS485, Controller Area Network (CAN), and Ethernet. Emphasis will be placed on utilizing the stacks and protocols for each standard. The channel bandwidth, noise, and data error rate will be addressed. Wireless methods of serial communication will be surveyed. Prerequisite: CEET 2150.

CEET 3090. Project Management (2) Sp

An introduction to project management. The course prepares students for Senior Projects. Course will include the writing of contracts, goal setting, project leadership and team building principles of engineering economics, team work, quality, statistics, and continuous improvement will be discussed. Other topics include project life cycles, organization, and risk management. Project scheduling and performance will be discussed. The course will be taught as a seminar.

CEET 4010. Senior Project I (2) F

Students will work on teams to design, construct, test, and install a significant engineering project. The course includes selecting a team, selecting a project, writing a contract, maintaining a logbook, creating and following project milestones, setting and completing weekly goals, writing a manual, and making a final presentation to students, faculty, and industry advisers. Prerequisite: CEET 3090.

CEET 4020. Senior Project II (2) Sp

A continuation of CEET 4010 Senior Project I. Students will work on teams to design, construct, test, and install a significant engineering project. The course includes selecting a team, selecting a project, writing a contract, maintaining a logbook, creating and following project milestones, setting and completing weekly goals, writing a manual, and making a final presentation to students, faculty, and industry advisers. Prerequisite: CEET 4010.

CEET 4030. Controls & Systems (4) F

Introduction to automatic control theory, analysis, and testing, pole, zero, Bode plots, and frequency response. The design and application of programmable controllers using ladder logic, sequential functions charts, PID, and data highway. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include computer simulation, servo-system construction, and analysis. Prerequisite: CEET 3010.

CEET 4040. Signals and Systems (4) Sp

An introduction to digital signal processing, digital filters, discrete and fast Fourier transforms, quantization, introduction to adaptive filters, industrial applications, and DSP hardware. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities include the design, construction, computer simulation, and analysis of digital signal processing circuits. Prerequisite: CEET 3010.

CEET 4060. Advanced Communications (4) 

Introduction to satellite communications, spread spectrum techniques, digital satellite communications, antennas, small signal amplifiers, Smith charts, and "S" parameter analysis. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to include the design, construction, computer simulation and analysis of wireless communications circuits and systems. Prerequisites: CEET 3010.

CEET 4090. Systems Design and Integration (3) F

An introduction to the fundamentals of large-scale systems. The first part deals with systems analysis, design and integration with emphasis on input/output models, transfer functions, and interface issues. The second part discusses a variety of systems design and management approaches, particularly those concerned with system requirements, interface control, evaluation, quality assurance through configuration management, audits and reviews, and the human role in systems. Example systems from biomedical, aerospace, and manufacturing will be explored. Prerequisite: CEET 3010

CEET 4800. Individual Studies (1-4) F, Sp

The student will receive credit for approved studies in an area not covered in the CEET program. A maximum of four credits can be counted as electives for CEET majors.

CEET 4890. Cooperative Work Experience (2) F, Sp

The student will receive credit for approved electronics industrial experience. Professional development activities will include resume writing, goal setting, progress reports, and a supervisor's evaluation. Two credits are required for the BS CET and EET major.  The course can be taken a maximum of three times for a total of 6 credits.

CEET 4900. Special Topics (1-4) F, Sp

A one-time special study course designed to introduce a new relevant topic that is not covered in the CEET program. Lecture and lab combination. Laboratory activities to support the selected course topic. A maximum of four credits can be counted for CEET majors.

 

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