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Major Requirements

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Planned use 2011-12

Additional Requirements for EET Majors:

  • Any course used to satisfy a prerequisite for
    an EET course must have a grade of “C” or
    better.
  • Achieve a cumulative GPA of 2.0 for all
    courses that satisfy the MSU Denver General
    Studies requirement.
  • Due to the ABET accreditation requirements,
    the number of semester hours required for
    graduation cannot be fewer than 124.

Required Technical Courses [Core]

Required Courses                               Semester Hours
EET 1001 Electronics: An Introduction ................... 3
EET 1140 Circuits I ..................................... 4
EET 1150 Circuits II .................................... 4
EET 2145 Electronics .................................... 4
EET 2310 Digital Circuits I ............................. 3
EET 2340 Technical Programming Applications ............. 3
EET 2350 Advanced Technical Programming ................. 3
EET 3110 Circuit Analysis with Laplace .................. 4
EET 3120 Advanced Analog Electronics .................... 4
EET 3330 Digital Circuits II ............................ 3
EET 3410 Electric Machines .............................. 3
EET 3620 Analog and Digital Communications .............. 3
EET 3630 Electro Magnetic Fields ........................ 3
EET 3715 Control Systems Analysis ....................... 4
EET 3730 Process Control Systems ........................ 2
EET 3740 Programmable Logic Controllers ................. 2
EET 4100 Senior Project I * ............................. 1
EET 4110 Senior Project II * ............................ 2
EET 4340 Interface Techniques ........................... 3
EET 4370 Microcontrollers ............................... 3
Subtotal ............................................... 61

Additional Course Requirements
CHE 1100 Principles of Chemistry * ...................... 4
CHE 1150 Principles of Chemistry Lab .................... 1
(The Chemistry sequence CHE 1800, CHE 1810, and CHE 1850
may be substituted for CHE 1100 and CHE 1150)
COM 2610 Introduction to Technical Writing .............. 3
ENG 1010* Freshman Composition: The Essay ............... 3
ENG 1020* Freshman Composition: Analysis, Research,
and Documentation ............................. 3
MTH 1400 Pre-Calculus Mathematics (The sequence
MTH 1110 and MTH 1120 may be substituted),
For students placing directly into MTH 1410,
MTH 2420 may be substituted) ................... 4
MTH 1410 Calculus I * ................................... 4
MTH 2410 Calculus II..................................... 4
PHI 3360 Business Ethics (preferred),
PHI 3370 Computers, Ethics, and Society -or-
PHI 1030 Introduction to Ethics * .............. 3
PHY 2311 General Physics I * ............................ 4
PHY 2321 General Physics I Laboratory * ................. 1
SPE 1010 Public Speaking * .............................. 3
Three Hours Level II General Studies -- Historical*...... 3
Three Hours Level II General Studies -- Arts and Letters*.3
Six Hours Level II General Studies -- Social Science* ... 6

Subtotal ............................................... 49
Concentration** ........................................ 18
Program Total ......................................... 128

 

* These courses count toward General University Requirements. Selecting any general studies level II course approved for multicultural credit may satisfy the multicultural requirement of three credits.
** In select cases, a minor in another area may be substituted for a concentration, with prior approval of an EET advisor.