|Course Number||Course Title||CL||LAB||CR|
Introduction to Programming
|#||ELET 101C||Electric Circuits||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 115C||Digital Fundamentals||2||3||3|
|ENGL 101C||English Composition||4||0||4|
|MATH 124C||College Algebra||4||0||4|
|#||ELET 102C||Circuit Analysis||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 110C||Electronics I||3||3||4|
|ENGL 120C||Communications or|
Communication and the Literature
of Science and Technology
|PHYS 133C||Physics I (Algebra-Based)**** or||3||2||4|
|PHYS 231C||Physics I (Calculus-Based)****||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 144C||Embedded Microsystems||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 210C||Electronics II||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 305C||Design Project Preparation||1||5||3|
|MATH 205C||Calculus I||4||0||4|
|PHYS 135C||Physics II (Algebra-Based)**** or||3||2||4|
|PHYS 232C||Physics II (Calculus-Based)****||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 215C||Advanced Digital Electronics||3||3||4|
|#||ELET 251C||Advanced Topics in Electronics and/or||3||3||4|
|MATH 206C||Calculus II***||4||0||4|
|#||ELET 306C||Senior Design Project||2||5||4|
|XX xxxC||Humanities/Fine Arts/Foreign Language Elective**||3||0||3|
|XX xxxC||Social Science Elective*||3-4||0||3-4|
|Program Cost Estimates|
# Indicates major field courses.
* Any course with a prefix of ANTH, ECON, HIST, POLS, PSYC or SOCI (except HIST 104C and HIST 105C).
** Any course with a prefix ARTS, ASL, CHIN, DANC, ENGL (except ENGL 100C, ENGL 101C, ENGL 102C, and ENGL 125C), FREN, GERM, MUSC, and SPAN.
*** It is strongly recommended that students who plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering take both MATH 206C and MATH 210C.
“****Students planning to pursue 4-year degrees should consider taking calculus-based physics and discuss this option with their academic advisors. In order to meet the corequisite and prerequisite requirements for calculus-based physics, some students may need to alter their course sequence shown above; please see your academic advisor for assistance.
Note: In order to fulfill the program degree requirements and to meet the prerequisite requirement of subsequent major field courses, students are required to earn a grade of “C-” or higher in each major field course.
Note: Students are required to complete at least two math courses. One of the two math courses must be: MATH 206C, MATH 208C, or MATH 210C.
For students with a need for a reduced course load, a 3-year version of this program is available. Contact the Department Head for details.
CL - Number of lecture/classroom hours per week for the course
Curriculum for students entering program in 2015-16.
The Electronic Engineering Technology Program at NHTI, Concord's Community College has graduated successful students since 1965. Great reasons to choose the EET program include:
- Earn an Associate in Science in Electronic Engineering Technology in Degree in only two years
- Exciting job opportunities for graduates or transfer your credits to a four year institution
- Day and evening classes
- Hands on laboratory experience
- Small classes
- ETAC Commission of ABET www.abet.org
- Extraordinary value in education
The EET program provides an opportunity for students to develop the necessary engineering technology skills through theoretical and practical application.
Theory presented in lecture is reinforced through application in the laboratory. Fundamental concepts and skills are emphasized, providing a base of knowledge that allows students to advance to specialized areas in the diverse and rapidly changing world of electronic engineering technology.
Accredited by the ETAC Commission of ABET, www.abet.org
- Transferring to other institutions
- Transfer (Articulation) Agreements (specific to this program)
- Transferring to NHTI
Specific Admission Requirements
- At least three years of college preparatory mathematics (Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry) with minimum grades of “C”;
- It is strongly recommended that all engineering technology applicants have satisfactorily completed high school level courses in chemistry and physics.
NHTI has developed excellent practicum opportunities for our students to foster hands-on learning while simultaneously receiving credit. Nonetheless, the college's first priority must be to ensure that patients/clients/children/families are not placed in jeopardy by students during learning experiences. Therefore, students in internship, externship, practicum, service learning, and clinical experiences must demonstrate sufficient emotional stability to withstand the stresses, uncertainties and changing circumstances that characterize patient/client/child/family responsibilities. Furthermore, the student is expected to have the emotional stability required to exercise sound judgment, accept direction and guidance from a supervisor or faculty member, and establish rapport and maintain sensitive interpersonal relationships and confidentiality with employees, customers, and/or patients/clients/children and their families.
- Electronic Engineering Technology Program Educational Objectives (View in PDF format)
- Electronic Engineering Technology Program Student Outcomes (View in PDF format)
- Electronic Engineering Technology Program Annual Student Enrollment for 2012-2013 was 62.
- Electronic Engineering Technology Program Graduation Data for 2012-2013 was 9.