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2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Electronic Engineering Technology, B.S.

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Dr. Domingo Uy, P.E., Program Coordinator
211 Alva Tabor Building
478-825-6879 or 6264

The Electronic Engineering Technology (ELET) program at Fort Valley State University offers the only Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Engineering Technology in Middle Georgia.

The mission of the program is to serve the traditional, non-traditional and under-served students of the state and nation and to provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills in electronics engineering technology in order to pursue careers in electronics and the related fields. The program seeks to develop the student’s ability to apply basic concepts and theories in the analysis and design of analog and digital circuits and systems and to use appropriate instrumentation for troubleshooting and analysis of electronic systems; to cultivate an awareness of the professional engineering standards and code of ethics; and to instill the value of teamwork and cooperation necessary for successful careers and living.

The field of Electronics constitutes one of the largest segments of today’s industrial and technological operations. This is due to the society’s total dependence on electronics for production, consumption, education and entertainment. Computers, automation in industry and at home, video and television, power generation and distribution, medicine and military defense are but a few areas heavily dependent on electronics technology.

This dependence has created a large demand for trained professionals in a wide range of activities related to design, development, production, operation and maintenance of electronic components and instruments and systems that utilize such components. The Electronic Engineering Technology program provides students with the engineering knowledge and technical skills to work in a variety of technological positions within the above areas, particularly in those dealing with application, implementation and production activities. Electronic Engineering Technology courses are designated ELET.

EET Program Educational Objectives

The program Educational Objectives that have been established for the Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology Degree at FVSU are given below.

Graduates are prepared to be practicing Electronic Engineering Technologists with the following attributes:

  1. possess adequate technical knowledge in their discipline;
  2. have problem solving skills necessary to succeed as engineering technologists;
  3. have a well-rounded general education background;
  4. have good oral and written communication skills;
  5. have awareness of professional ethics;
  6. have the ability for life-long learning; and
  7. have an awareness of contemporary global issues and commitment to continuous improvement.

EET Student Outcomes

The student outcomes that have been established for the Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology are given below. Students at the time of graduation will have:

  1. an appropriate mastery of terminology, definitions, and laws related to analog and digital electrical and electronic circuits and systems;
  2. an appropriate mastery of the principles of operation of semiconductor devices, electronic circuits, and techniques to analyze such circuits;
  3. an appropriate mastery of the fundamentals of Boolean algebra, logic gates, combinational and sequential logic circuits, and basic architecture of microprocessor system;
  4. an appropriate mastery of the fundamentals of electromagnetic phenomena and their use in understanding wave propagation in transmission lines, and electromagnetic radiation;
  5. an ability to analyze and solve analog and digital circuits;
  6. an ability to apply creativity in designing analog and digital circuits;
  7. an ability to conduct experiments using general purpose lab equipment for measurement, data collection, and interpretation of data;
  8. an ability to use modern software tools for circuit analysis and for report writing;
  9. an ability to communicate effectively both in report writing and oral presentation;
  10. an ability to function effectively in team activities;
  11. an ability to understand Engineering Code of Ethics and solve ethical problems that may arise in the practice of the profession;
  12. an ability to recognize the need for lifelong learning;
  13. an awareness of cultural diversity, societal and global issues; and
  14. an awareness for commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

Program of Study for the B.S. Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology
Total Number of Degree Hours: 132

Freshman Year

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

18 Credit Hours

18 Credit Hours

Junior Year

17 Credit Hours

Spring Semester

17 Credit Hours

Senior Year

A. Core Requirements

Area A: Essential Skills: 10 Credit Hours

Area B: Institutional Options: 4 Credit Hours

Area C: Humanities/Fine Arts: 6 Credit Hours

Area D: Science, Math and Technology : 12 Credit Hours

(A science course with a lab is required.)

  • Credit Hours: 4
  • PHYS 1111 - Introductory Physics I Credit Hours: 4
  • PHYS 1112 - Introductory Physics II Credit Hours: 4

B. Major Requirements

Area F: Courses Related to the Program of Study: 16 Credit Hours

II. Technical Electives: 9 Credit Hours

  • ELET Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • ELET Elective Credit Hours: 3
  • ELET Elective Credit Hours: 3

III. Other Requirements: 12 Credit Hours

C. Institutional Requirements: 3 Credit Hours


1The B.S. Electronic Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc., 415 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 (www.abet.org).
2Two hours of physical education or its equivalent in Military Science and one hour of orientation are required for the B.S. degree in EET.

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