E T-ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

E T 101. Introduction to Engineering Technology and Geomatics

1 Credit (1)

An introduction to geomatics and the various engineering technology disciplines, the engineering approach to problem solving, and the design process. Projects emphasize the importance of teamwork, written & oral communication skills, as well as ethical responsibilities.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 104. Soldering Techniques

1 Credit (3P)

Fundamentals of soldering, desoldering, and quality inspection of printed circuit boards.

E T 109. Computer Drafting Fundamentals

3 Credits (3+2P)

Crosslisted with: DRFT 109, C E 109 and SUR 109

E T 110. Introduction to 3-D Modeling (Solid Works)

3 Credits (2+3P)

Introduction to SolidWorks, a 3-D modeling software. The foundation for designing mechanical parts and assemblies.

E T 120. Computation Software

2-3 Credits (2-3)

The use of spreadsheet software in the field of engineering technology.

E T 125. Introduction to Renewable Energy

3 Credits (3)

Renewable energy systems, including topics in thermal-solar photovoltaic, wind, geothermal systems, and other current topics. Theory, practical applications, safety considerations and the economics of alternative renewable energy systems compared to conventional systems.

E T 143. Civil/Survey Drafting I

3 Credits (2+2P)

Introduction to drafting in the field of Civil Engineering. Drawings, projects, and terminologies related to topographic mapping, contour drawings, plan, and profiles as street/highway layout. May be repeated up to 3 credits.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in E T 109 or DRFT 109.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will develop a basic knowledge of AutoCad Civil 3D software as they relate to the civil drafting process. Students will become familiar with a basic understanding of computers, drafting and trigonometry is required. Use of long-term projects will be utilized to simulate real-world work environments to aid the understanding and applying vocabulary on surveying drafting plans An ability to apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of mathematics, science, engineering and technology

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E T 153. Fundamentals of Networking Communications

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to networking basics, including computer hardware and software, electricity, networking terminology, protocols, LANs, WANs, OSI model, IP addressing, and design and documentation of basic network and structure cabling.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will identify network types/protocols utilizing the OSI reference model and compute numbering system network problems. Students will explain issues related to managing and documenting network environments. Students will list, compare, and discuss industry standards for addressing computers on a network. Students will list and distinguish between computer networking historical milestones. Students will identify, compare, and evaluate networking data transport techniques. Students will identify and compare network transmission media and build/evaluate network cabling. Students will discuss IT industry certifications and summarize current technology trends.

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E T 154. Construction Methods and Communications

3 Credits (3)

Blueprint reading, specifications, and introduction to materials used in construction.

E T 155. Network Operating Systems I

3 Credits (3+1P)

Introduction to a computer network operating system. May not be used as part of an E T degree program on main campus. Restricted to: Community Colleges only.

Prerequisite(s): E T 120 or E T 122.

E T 156. Introduction to Information Security

2 Credits (2)

This course introduces information security terminology, historical evolution of digital security, types of PC and network system vulnerabilities and types of information loss. In addition, methods of information protection and integrity, intrusion detection, and recovery of data are introduced.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 120. Restricted to Community Colleges campuses only.

E T 160. Windows Fundamentals for IET

3 Credits (3)

Fundamental review of the Windows operating system including installation and upgrades as well as managing applications, files, folders, devices and maintenance.

E T 182. Digital Logic

2 Credits (1+2P)

The use of truth tables, Boolean equations, and diagrams to define, simplify, and implement logic-valued functions.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in MATH 1220G or higher.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Demonstrate ability to convert numerical values to commonly-used digital representations and their use for arithmetic and logical functions. Demonstrate understanding of Boolean logic functions and truth tables. Demonstrate ability to simplify logic expressions. Demonstrate understanding of sequential logic functions, and the ability to integrate with combinational logic to produce a simple state machine. Familiarity with common integrated circuit issues, such as logic voltage levels, propagation delay, and fan-out.

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E T 183. Applied DC Circuits

3 Credits (2+2P)

Application of Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws, Thevenin's, and Norton's theorems to the analysis of DC passive circuits. Embedded Lab.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): MATH 1220G.

E T 183 L. Applied DC Circuits Lab

1 Credit (2P)

DC applied circuits lab.

Corequisite(s): E T 183.

E T 184. Applied AC Circuits

2-3 Credits (1-2+2P)

Application of circuit laws and theorems to analysis of AC passive circuits. Resonant circuit, polyphase circuit and magnetic circuit topics are introduced. Embedded Lab.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in ENGR 120.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Analyze and design AC circuits, including ideal op-amps, using concepts of voltage, current, power, Kirchhoff’s laws, and network theorems. Design simple systems involving ac circuits Working and learning in teams.

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E T 190. Applied Circuits

4 Credits (3+2P)

Application of Ohm's law, Kirchhoff's laws, and Thevenin's theorems to the analysis of AC and DC passive circuits. Electronic circuit topics are introduced. Embedded lab. May be repeated up to 4 credits.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: A grade of C- or better in MATH 1250G or higher.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Analyze and design DC circuits, including ideal op-amps, using concepts of voltage, current, power, Kirchhoff’s laws, and network theorems. Design simple systems involving dc circuits. Work and learn in teams.

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E T 191. Applied Circuits Laboratory

1 Credit (2P)

Applied Circuits Lab

E T 200. Special Topics

1-3 Credits

Directed study or project. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

Prerequisite: consent of department head.

E T 210. Intermediate 3-D Modeling (Solid Works)

3 Credits (3)

Intermediate 3-D modeling. Applied modeling of techniques to prepare for SolidWorks certification (CSWA).

Prerequisite(s): E T 110.

E T 217. Manufacturing Processes

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to manufactuing and processing, including: casting, forming, and machining. Emphasis on creating products with the appropriate techniques. Crosslisted with: I E 217.

Prerequisite: E T 110 and MATH 1220G.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 217 L. Manufacturing Processes Lab

1 Credit (3P)

Hands-on laboratory in machine shop to apply topics from E T 217, including: casting, forming, and machining.

Corequisite: E T 217.

Learning Outcomes
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E T 220. Internship

1-6 Credits

Internship requiring an approved number of hours of varied and progressive experience in the field of study. The scope and other requirements of the internship are stated in an individualized syllabus and through a memorandum of understanding between the faculty mentor and the industry partner. May be repeated up to 6 credits. Consent of Instructor required.

Prerequisite(s): E T 283.

E T 240. Applied Statics

3 Credits (3)

Fundamental topics of applied statics, including force system analysis, equilibrium, free body diagrams, methods of joints and sections, distributed loads, friction, centroids, area moments, and shear and moment diagrams.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): MATH 1430G or MATH 1511G. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 1230G or PHYS 1310G.

E T 241. Applied Dynamics

3 Credits (3)

The foundation for understanding particles and bodies in motion and the forces involved, including: projectile motion, Newton's Laws of Motion, conservation of energy, and impulse and momentum.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in either E T 240 or ENGR 233.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: (MATH 1440 or MATH 1521G or MATH 1521H).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 246. Electronic Devices I

4 Credits (3+3P)

Solid-state devices including diodes, bipolar-transistors, and field effect transistors. Use of these devices in rectifier circuits, small signal and power amplifiers.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in one of the following: E T 190 or E T 184 or ENGR 120.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 253. Networking Operating Systems II

3 Credits (3+1P)

Introduction to a computer network operating system. May not be used as part of an E T degree program on main campus. Restricted to Community Colleges campuses only.

Prerequisite: E T 120 and E T 153.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Identify Linux utilities and terminology. Use the Linux filesystem. Install, administer, and manage a Linux system. Utilize Linux user/group management. Install software packages. Apply data management skills.

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E T 254. Concrete Technology

3 Credits (2+2P)

Fundamentals of aggregates, Portland cement, and asphalt used in design and construction.

E T 255. Linux System Administration

3 Credits (3)

Operating systems applications and interfacing with an introduction to systems administration. Topics include Shell Programming, Programming Tools, Database Management, System Backups, Security, Setup and Maintenance of Linux Servers.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Describe the key features of the Linux operating system. Plan the Linux Filesystem to match system requirements. Design BASH scripts to optimize common Linux operations. Interpret Linux performance data to solve hardware and software issues. Students will demonstrate the Core Linux System Administration. Students will be able to link the use of shell commands to managing Linux server daemons and software. Students will apply these concepts to build application servers running Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP (LAMP); Tomcat, CUPS print servers; and create backup solutions. Students will apply problem analysis, object-oriented structured logic, and development concepts. Students will demonstrate an understanding of theory and hands-on experience administrating a Linux Based server.

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E T 256. Networking Operating Systems III

3 Credits (3+1P)

Introduction to a computer network operating system. May not be used as part of an E T degree program on main campus. Restricted to Community Colleges campuses only.

Prerequisite(s): E T 253.

E T 262. Software Technology I

3 Credits (2+2P)

An introduction to computer programming concepts as applied to engineering technology. Includes basic logic design, algorithm development, debugging and documentation. History and use of computers and their impact on society.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: (E T 182 or ENGR 130) or (MATH 1250G or MATH 1430G).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Set up and use a rich programming environment for programming with C Analyze existing code Employ effective use of basic programming and basic troubleshooting Write, debug and test code given software requirements Apply testing and documentation best practices Transfer programming knowledge and apply coding knowledge

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E T 272. Electronic Devices II

4 Credits (3+3P)

Operational amplifiers, positive and negative feedback, computer aided circuit analysis. In addition circuits include integrator, differentiators and phase shift networks.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in E T 246.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: MATH 1435 or MATH 1511G.

Learning Outcomes
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E T 273. Advanced Networking Communications

4 Credits (2+4P)

Explores advanced networking communications to include Wireless Networking, Virtualization and Cloud Computing, Subnets and VLANs, Network Risk Management, Network Security Design, Network Performance, and WANS. The course covers the examination objectives and detailed preparation for students to take the CompTIA Network+ exam.

Prerequisite: E T 153.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Identify, describe, and apply wireless transmission characteristics and standards. Explain the benefits of cloud virtualization and cloud computing. Explain the purpose of network segmentation and describe how VLANs work and how they are used. Identify basic concepts of network risk management and configure devices for increased security. Identify network design security features and discuss options in network access control. Use tools to evaluate network performance and discuss best practices for incident response and disaster recovery. Explain characteristics of WAN technology and troubleshoot connection methods.

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E T 276. Electronic Communications

3 Credits (2+2P)

Antennas, transmission devices, A-M and F-M transmission and detection, pulse systems, microwave systems.

Prerequisite(s): E T 246.

E T 280. Web Design and Multimedia

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to front-end web development including webpage design, structure, layout, positioning, responsiveness, and foundational layers of how the web works. Video, audio, and other digital presentation tools are covered.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Create multiple frontend development micro-components. Create single and multi-page websites. Use flexbox, grid, and media queries and different design patterns. Employ effective use of web development and basic troubleshooting. Build small web site projects.

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E T 282. Digital Electronics

4 Credits (3+3P)

Applications of digital integrated circuits, multiplexers, counters, arithmetic circuits, and microprocessors.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): (E T 190 or E T 184). Prerequisite(s): E T 182.

E T 283. Hardware PC Maintenance

3 Credits (3+1P)

Installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining personal computer hardware components.

Prerequisite(s): E T 120 or E T 122.

E T 284. Software PC Maintenance

3 Credits (3+1P)

Installing, configuring, troubleshooting, and maintaining personal computer operating systems.

Prerequisite(s): E T 120 or E T 122.

E T 285. Advanced Information Security

3 Credits (3)

The course covers detailed analysis of network security, including security operations and policy adherence; internal and external vulnerabilities; methods of identifying, controlling and managing system access, and the protection of system information.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 283. Prerequisite(s): E T 156.

E T 286. Information Security Certification Preparation

4 Credits (4)

The course covers the examination objectives and detailed preparation for a certification in information security.

Prerequisite(s): E T 285.

E T 290. Networking Wireless Communication

3 Credits (3+1P)

This course provides an introduction to wireless networking and communications. Some of the topics covered are protocols, transmission methods, and IEEE 802.11 standards. Wireless LAN (WLAN) fundamentals, devices, and security, cellular telephony, broadband, and satellite communications.

Prerequisite: E T 273.

E T 291. PC Forensics and Investigation

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to computer forensics and investigative fundamentals. Topics include understanding computer forensic and investigation law and requirements, processing crime and incident scenes, and the extraction, preservation, analysis and presentation of computer-related evidence.

Prerequisite(s): E T 120 or E T 122.

E T 300. Special Topics

1-3 Credits

Directed study or project. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

Prerequisite: consent of department head.

E T 305. Introduction to Product Design

3 Credits (2+3P)

The process of designing an innovative product for a real customer. Working through ideas, prototypes, 3-D models, concept validation, and entrepreneurship.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 210, E T 217, and (COMM 1115G or COMM 1130G or AXED 2120G or HNRS 2175G) or consent of instructor for non-MET majors.

E T 306. Fundamental and Applied Thermodynamics

3 Credits (3)

First and second laws, properties of substances, thermodynamic cycles including power generation and refrigeration.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in the following: CHEM 1120G and E T 240 and (MATH 1435 or MATH 1511G) and (PHYS 1240G or PHYS 1320G) and (PHYS 1240L or PHYS 1320L).

Corequisite: E T 306L.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: (E T 262 or ENGR 140), and (MATH 1440 or MATH 1521G).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will acquire an understanding of the physical concepts and basic principles of fundamental and applied thermodynamics Students will become acquainted with the problem-solving methods and tools in the field of applied thermodynamics Students will gain experience through practice in the implementation of systematic, fundamental approaches to solving problems in applied thermodynamics.

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E T 306 L. Thermodynamics Lab

1 Credit (3P)

Applications of thermodynamic theory to lab devices. Practice in testing, instrumentation, and data collection.

Corequisite: E T 306 .

Prerequisite/Corequisite: (ENGR 120 or E T 184 or E T 190).

Learning Outcomes
  1. To provide the student with practical exposure to some of the fundamental concepts, experimental methods, and instrumentation encountered in the field of thermodynamics To familiarize the student with the development and application of procedures for laboratory work and for the acquisition, processing, evaluation, and (oral and written)presentation of experimental data To give the student additional experience in the preparation of technical reports and oral presentations which are accurate, concise, and informative.

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E T 308. Fluid Technology

3 Credits (3)

Application of basic principles of fluid mechanics to practical applied problems.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, (MATH 1435 or MATH 1511G) and (E T 240 or ENGR 233).

Learning Outcomes
  1. To provide the student with practical exposure to some of the fundamental concepts, experimental methods, and instrumentation encountered in the field of fluid technology, To familiarize the student with the development and application of procedures for laboratory work and for the acquisition, processing, evaluation, and presentation of experimental data, To give the student additional experience in the preparation of technical reports and oral presentations that are accurate, concise, and informative.

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E T 308 L. Fluid Technology Lab

1 Credit (3P)

Measurements in fluid statics, dynamics, and hydraulic systems.

Corequisite: E T 308.

Learning Outcomes
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E T 309V. Manufacturing: History and Technology

3 Credits (3)

The history of manufacturing, the technology on which it is based, and its impact on society.

E T 310. Applied Strength of Materials

3 Credits (3)

Application of principles of strength of materials to practical design and analysis problems.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in E T 240 or ENGR 233.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: ENGR 190 or MATH 1440 or MATH 1521G or MATH 1521H.

Learning Outcomes
  1. To obtain knowledge of basic engineering materials and their use in civil and mechanical construction To perform basic structural analysis, stress, strain and deformation calculations as they apply to current engineering practices To conduct appropriate experiments in the laboratory as they apply to strnght of materials and be able to interpret the results. To effectively communicate results of laboratory work and in-class studies in written memoranda, business letters, and formal technical reports. To recognize that the field of engineering materials is constantly changing and therefore, needs to be studied throughout one's career.

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E T 310 L. Applied Strength of Materials Lab

1 Credit (3P)

Testing and analyzing the physical properties of materials. Cursory review of Excel, PowerPoint, FEA, Instron machine, and testing standards.

Corequisite: E T 310.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 314. Communications Systems I

3 Credits (3)

Circuits and devices used for transmission, reception, and processing of RF signals. May be repeated up to 3 credits.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, E T 246 and (MATH 1250G or higher).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Learn the basics of analog and digital communication Explore the fundamental communication concepts with hands-on experiments. Learn about basic antenna theory and satellite communications Prepare technically sound reports and project.

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E T 317. Advanced Manufacturing and Design

3 Credits (3)

Advanced 3-D modeling with current engineering design practices. Students will use SolidWorks add-ins such as CAMWorks, Product Data Mangement (PDM), and Model-Based Definition in congunction with Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) practices. Students will have the opportunity to take the Certification SolidWorks Profesional Exam (CSWP).

Prerequisite(s): E T 210 and E T 217.

E T 324. Signal Processing and Filtering

4 Credits (3+3P)

Application of digital and analog signal conversion models. Discrete time signals and systems. Time and frequency domain concepts. Presentation of Fourier and Z transforms. Application of analog and digital signal filtering with and without feedback.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in E T 272.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: (MATH 1440 or MATH 1521G or MATH 1521H) and ((PHYS 1240G or PHYS 1320G) and (PHYS 1240L or PHYS 1320L)).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Analyze signals (e.g. periodic, even) and systems (e.g. causal, linear) and differentiate between discrete and continuous time signals and systems. Determine the impulse response of a differential or difference equation. Apply the convolution theorem for continuous time signals to determine the response of linear systems to any input signal. Evaluate the Fourier series of periodic signals. Analyze the Fourier Transform of energy signals Apply bilateral Laplace transforms for continuous signals Analyze discrete time signals and systems using Z transforms. Apply the Sampling theorem, reconstruction, aliasing, and Nyquist's theorem to represent continuous-time signals in discrete time so that they can be processed by digital computers Design and analyze signals and systems using the programming language MATLAB and/or Simulink

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E T 328. Kinematics of Machines

3 Credits (2+3P)

Kinematic analysis of machine elements using linkages, cams, and gears. Applied design of mechanical systems using SolidWorks simulation and Excel modeling.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 305. Prerequisite(s): E T 210 and E T 241.

E T 332. Applied Design of Structures I

4 Credits (3+3P)

An introduction to structural analysis and design. Use of various building codes for development of allowable and factored loads on structures. Allowable stress and strength design concepts for structural components using concrete and steel. Required use of computer software such as spreadsheets, databases, and self-developed programs and design aids.

Prerequisite(s): E T 310 and (MATH 1440 or MATH 1521G or MATH 1521H).

E T 339. Introduction to Digital Forensics and Incident Response

3 Credits (2+3P)

Introduction to the skills required to perform digital forensics and incident response on Windows operating systems. Topics include: live response, evidence acquisition, Windows operating system artifacts, documentation and reporting.

Prerequisite(s): E T 255 and E T 160.

E T 344. Microcomputer Systems

3 Credits (2+3P)

Microcomputer and/or microcontroller systems applications and architectures with a software emphasis using programming languages. May be repeated up to 3 credits.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, (E T 182 or ENGR 130) and (MATH 1250G or higher).

Prerequisite/Corequisite: E T 362.

Learning Outcomes
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E T 354. Soil and Foundation Technology

4 Credits (3+3P)

Fundamentals of investigation of soil properties and their importance in design, construction, and testing as related to buildings, roads, dams, and other structures. Design of foundations considering slope stability, bearing capacity and settlement.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 310. Prerequisite(s): E T 254. Restricted to: ET U,ET E,ET M,C E,ET C majors.

E T 355. Site/Land Development and Layout

3 Credits (3)

Techniques, methods, and takeoffs for infrastructure layout, site plan design, grading, earthwork, utilities, road construction.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): DRFT 143 or DRFT 153.

E T 360V. Technology in Business and Society

3 Credits (2+2P)

Examination of how technology affects business and society with specific attention to understanding the role of technical personnel and their interaction with nontechnical personnel.

E T 362. Software Technology II

3 Credits (3)

Topics include problem analysis, object-oriented programming (OOP), structured logic, and development concepts.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in either E T 262 or ENGR 140.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: MATH 1250G or Higher.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Set up and use a rich programming environment for programming with Python Analyze existing code Employ effective use of basic programming and basic troubleshooting Employ effective use of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) and troubleshooting Apply testing and documentation best practices

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E T 377. Computer Networking I

3 Credits (2+2P)

Topics include the principles and structure of the OSI model, IP addressing, media, LANs, TCP/IP networks, routing protocols (RIPv2, EIGRP, OSPF) and their advanced functionality, as well as VLANs and inter-VLAN communication. This course focuses on the architecture of networks, the configuration of devices, how to identify and resolve common issues, and troubleshooting (from physical to transport layers).

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, (E T 182 or ENGR 130) and (MATH 1250G or Higher).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Define and distinguish the role of a network administrator (from other roles in the IT world) Identify the OSI model, its layers, and relationship to TCP/IP model Identify different cable media and networking devices and their use Design, configure, and troubleshoot basic networks. Identify MAC, IPv4, and IPv6 addressing Apply different techniques for IP allocation and subnet design (IPv4) Use Cisco IOS software for basic switch and router configurations Configure and troubleshoot basic setup for static and dynamic routing protocols

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E T 381. Renewable Energy Technologies

3 Credits (3)

Renewable energy systems, including topics in thermal-solar, photovoltaic, wind, geothermal systems, and other current topics. Theory, practical applications, safety considerations and the economics of alternative renewable energy systems compared to conventional systems.

Prerequisite(s): MATH 1220G.

E T 382. Solar Energy Technologies

3 Credits (2+3P)

Solar energy technologies, including topics in passive, solar thermal, and photovoltaic systems. Theory, practical applications, safety considerations and the economics of solar renewable energy systems compared to conventional systems.

Prerequisite(s): MATH 1220G.

E T 384. Wind and Water Energy Technologies

3 Credits (3)

Wind and Water energy technologies, including topics in small and large scale systems. Theory, practical applications, safety considerations and the economics of wind and water renewable energy systems compared to conventional systems.

Prerequisite(s): MATH 1220G.

E T 386. Sustainable Construction and Green Building Design

3 Credits (3)

Sustainable Building materials, methods, and techniques including green architecture and design, codes, standards and specifications.

Prerequisite(s): MATH 1220G.

E T 396. Heat Transfer and Applications

3 Credits (2+3P)

Fundamentals of conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer. Application of heat transfer, thermodynamics, and fluid mechanics principles to thermal system analysis and design.

Prerequisite(s): E T 306 and E T 308 and PHYS 1240G.

E T 398. Digital Systems

3 Credits (2+3P)

Advanced analysis and design of digital systems using state machine logic, programming of logic devices, implementation and testing. May be repeated up to 3 credits.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, (E T 282 or ENGR 230) and (MATH 1250G or higher).

Prerequisite/Corequisite: E T 362.

Learning Outcomes
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E T 400. Special Topics

1-3 Credits

Directed study or project. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

Prerequisite: consent of department head.

E T 401. Heating and Air-Conditioning Systems

3 Credits (3)

HVAC system design including heating and cooling load calculations, psychometrics, piping, duct layout, and system control. Same as M E 401.

Prerequisite(s): E T 306.

Corequisite(s): E T 396.

E T 402. Instrumentation

3 Credits (2+3P)

Sensors/transducers, signal conditioning and transmission for measurement and control systems. Student project in an area of instrumentation and/or control is required.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 396 or E T 398.

E T 407. Applied Power Technologies

4 Credits (3+3P)

Basic elements of modern power systems, energy sources, substation configuration, load cycles, and three-phase circuits. Students will gain experience in power factor correction, transmission line configurations and impedance, voltage regulation of transformers, and the per-unit system. Study of load flow, fault analysis, and economic operations is included.

Prerequisite: A C- or better in (MATH 1430G or MATH 1435 or MATH 1511G) and E T 272 and ((PHYS 1240G or PHYS 1320G) and (PHYS 1240L or PHYS 1320L)).

Learning Outcomes
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E T 410. Senior Seminar

1 Credit (1)

Transition from academics to business and industry. Graded S/U.

Prerequisite: senior standing in E T.

E T 412. Highway Technology

3 Credits (3)

Road-vehicle performance, geometric alignment, traffic analysis, highway materials, pavement design, and plan and profile development.

Prerequisite(s): E T 354.

E T 418. Applied Hydraulics

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to hydrology, hydraulic equations, hydraulic cross-sections, control structures, and collection and distribution of water, wastewater, and storm runoff using closed conduit and open channel flow.

Prerequisite(s): E T 308.

E T 420. Senior Internship

1-6 Credits

Internship requiring an approved number of hours of varied and progressive experience in the field of study. The scope and other requirements of the internship are stated in an individualized syllabus and through a memorandum of understanding between the faculty mentor and the industry partner. Taken in the senior year of program.

Prerequisites: Senior standing in E T.

E T 421. Senior Project

3 Credits (3)

Project in an area of civil engineering technology conducted under the direction of civil engineering technology faculty member. Project must be one that can be completed within a semester and of sufficient complexity for 3 credits. Taken last semester of program.

E T 426. Analysis and Design of Machine Elements

3 Credits (2+3P)

Analysis and design of power transmission components, including: gears, sprockets, belts, chains, bearings, and shafts. Experiential design project using SolidWorks and Excel modeling.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 305. Prerequisite(s): E T 210, E T 241, and E T 310.

E T 432. Applied Design of Structures II

4 Credits (3+3P)

Continuation of E T 332. Design of structural systems and study of their responses. Wood and masonry systems included.

Prerequisite(s): E T 332.

E T 435. Senior Project

3 Credits (2+3P)

Capstone course. Practical application of student’s cumulative knowledge to an assigned design projects. Design principles, teamwork, and project management skills are stressed. Demonstration of written and oral communication skills via project documentation and presentation of results. Must be graduating senior. Consent of Instructor required.

E T 439. Advanced Digital Forensics and Incident Response

3 Credits (3)

Advanced topics in digital forensics and incident response. Topics include network analysis and advanced cybersecurity concepts.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, E T 339 and E T 377.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will become familiar with tools and processes to analyze and detect memory resident processes that include malware, rootkits, and user recoverable data. Students will also have exposure to methods and processes used by hackers to penetrate and compromise targets.

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E T 444. Hardware and Software Senior Design

3 Credits (2+3P)

The design, development, implementation, documentation and formal demonstration of a microprocessor-based application to solve an engineering problem. Emphasis on microprocessor architectural concepts and software interfacing. A student project is require

Prerequisite(s): E T 344 and E T 398.

E T 454. Advanced Construction Technology

3 Credits (3)

Contractor design and construction methods concerning formwork, special foundations, shoring, excavations, pilings, steel erection, and various material handling components.

Prerequisite: E T 354 and E T 355.

E T 455. Cost Estimating and Scheduling

3 Credits (3)

Methods and techniques in construction estimating including final bid preparation, construction planning and scheduling using various network methods and other techniques.

Prerequisite: junior or senior standing in E T.

E T 456. Applied Power Technologies

4 Credits (3+3P)

Basic elements of modern power systems, energy sources, substation configuration, load cycles, and three-phase circuits. Students will gain experience in power factor correction, transmission line configurations and impedance, voltage regulation of transformers, and the per-unit system. Study of load flow, fault analysis, and economic operations is included.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in the following: (ENGR 190 or MATH 1435 or MATH 1511G) and E T 272 and ((PHYS 1240G and PHYS 1240L) or (PHYS 1320 and PHYS 1320L)).

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 458. Web Development and Database Applications

3 Credits (3)

Design, planning, and building of interactive and dynamic web applications which are customizable and contain real-time information. Topics include relational databases, object oriented programming, secure-coding practices and web security, user authentication and personalization, as well as front-end and back-end technology integration.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, E T 362 and E T 280.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Setting up a development server Read, design, and write code for backend web dev. Design, create, and access databases that support web applications. Implement effective security and authentication on Web applications

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E T 459. Construction Technology and Management

3 Credits (3)

This is a Technical Specialty course that builds on topics presented in the construction sequence thus far: E T 154, E T 254, E T 354, and E T 355. The course introduces students to the different civil engineering approach to construction and management, including planning, construction estimating & scheduling, foundations, formwork, concrete work, steel fabrication and erection installation, equipment basics, quality control, and safety. Methods and techniques involved in construction including use of Primavera Project Management® software.

Prerequisite/Corequisite: E T 354 and E T 355.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Understand the basic concepts of construction planning, cost estimation, scheduling, and types of project management Obtain basic knowledge on techniques to construct structures based on site condition Develop work breakdown system and quantity take-offs Develop project cost estimation for different construction projects Prepare work schedule for construction project Identify and implement the suitable method and equipment to construct various structures.

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E T 463. Advanced Linux and Python Scripting

3 Credits (3)

Advanced Linux Includes installation and maintenance of Unix/Linux/Windows versions of Python. Use of Python to solve numerous engineering problems using Python scripting as infrastructure.

Prerequisite(s): E T 255 and E T 362.

E T 464. Windows Enterprise Administration

3 Credits (3)

Installation, configuration, and maintenance of Windows Enterprise services which includes Active Directory, distributed file systems, SQL Server, Web Server, Authentication Procedures, and enterprise elasticity. Topics covered include: Server Maintenance and Troubleshooting Methodologies.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): E T 339. Prerequisite(s): E T 362.

E T 472. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)

3 Credits (3)

Traffic flow theory, telecommunication and information technology application in transportation, system architecture and standards, transportation management, incident and emergency management, corridor management, dynamic route guidance, in-vehicle systems, and traffic signal timing. Consent of instructor required.

E T 475. Special Topics in Information Technology

3 Credits (3)

Contemporary topics in Information Technology.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, ((E T 362 or ICT 362) and (E T 377 or ICT 377)), or Consent of Instructor.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will learn two way Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC communication technologies The student will practice building and programming IOT prototype devices The student will develop customer value proposition and perform one round of customer discovery The student will prototype their IOT device The student will demonstrate their IOT device The student will learn to integrate IOT devices into IT architecture

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E T 477. Computer Networking II

3 Credits (2+2P)

Advanced concepts in computer network design and applications including managing the campus network infrastructure (LANs and virtual LANs), network services (DNS and DHCP), network security and firewall, network monitoring and forensics, wireless networks, high-speed optical networks and Internet.

Prerequisite(s): E T 277 or E T 377.

E T 480. Innovation and Product Development

3 Credits (3)

Experiential product design and development.  Students will learn about different types of innovation, business models, and methods for developing products. Students will apply the scientific method to develop a product idea of their own.  Students will propose ideas, develop hypotheses, test hypotheses, and iterate until they have validated their product idea or identified a need to pivot.

Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): (COMM 1115G or COMM 1130G or AXED 2120G or HNRS 2175G).

E T 481. Engineering Principles for Elementary Teachers

3 Credits (3)

Introduction to hands-on engineering principles and projects useful for application in the Elementary classroom. Restricted to: Masters of Arts in Education in Elementary Mathematics and Science majors.

Learning Outcomes
  1. An ability to engage in the problem-solving process within engineering applications. An ability to put scientific theory into practice within an engineering application. Knowledge of the use of engineering concepts with hands-on activities. An ability to make sense of complex engineering-related phenomenon within an elementary school frame.

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E T 482. Manufacturing Technology

3 Credits (2+2P)

Fundamentals of computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer numerical control (CNC) machining. Students will learn how to program several variants of CNC machines, using both G/M code programming and computer aided manufacturing software. Emphasis will be on the effective design of parts to be made on CNC machines along with a hands on lab to give students experience on CNC machines. Students will individually design, manufacture, and keep items such as keychains, bottle openers, LED clocks, ergonomic handles, and license plates.

Prerequisite(s): E T 210 and E T 217.

E T 483. Mobile App Programming and Development

3 Credits (3)

Planning and creation of mobile device applications. Programming tools and technical design considerations. Entrepreneurship and App development.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, ((E T 362 or ICT 362) and (E T 377 or ICT 377)), or Consent of Instructor.

Learning Outcomes
  1. The student will learn to create a modern and flexible mobile device User Interface using Java The student will develop a high functioning prototype their mobile app The student will implement a business model canvas including development of a customer value proposition and a minimum of one round of customer discovery The student will implement database and information storage using a mobile device The student will implement the developer’s dashboard for their mobile app Student will publish and monetize their mobile app

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E T 485. White Hat System Testing

3 Credits (3)

System penetration testing and repair. Review of methods utilized to gain access to unprotected systems. Testing system repairs and fixes for future prevention. Test documentation.

Prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in both, ((E T 362 or ICT 362) and (E T 377 or ICT 377)), or Consent of Instructor.

Learning Outcomes
  1. The student will practice modern methods for penetration testing The student will demonstrate advanced ethical hacking methods The student will evaluate in-place security systems The student will run-through simulated attacks and system break-ins The student will learn to prepare detailed reports on system vulnerabilities and weaknesses

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E T 490. Selected Topics

1-3 Credits

Selected topics in engineering technology and related areas.

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.

E T 505. Special Topics in Information Technology

3 Credits (3)

Contemporary topics in Information Technology Restricted to: M-IT majors. May be repeated up to 9 credits.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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E T 539. Advanced Enterprise Security

3 Credits (3)

Advanced enterprise security design and analysis. Identification and minimization of cyber threats. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 551. Enterprise Architecture I

3 Credits (3)

A study of current enterprise architecture methodologies, tools, and techniques. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 552. Enterprise Architecture II

3 Credits (3)

Advanced topics in enterprise architecture including availability, access, and architecture map development. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

Prerequisite(s): E T 551.

E T 555. Virtualization

3 Credits (3)

An analysis and review of system and IT virtualization techniques. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 562. Development and Operations

3 Credits (3)

Software development including Python scripting. Operations programming. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 577. Advanced Computer Networking

3 Credits (3)

Advanced networking design and analysis. Modernization of infrastructures. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 583. Mobile App Programming and Development

3 Credits (3)

Planning and creation of mobile device applications. Programming tools and technical design considerations. Entrepreneurship and App development. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 585. White Hat System Testing

3 Credits (3)

System penetration testing and repair. Review of methods utilized to gain access to unprotected systems. Testing system repairs and fixes for future prevention. Test documentation. Restricted to: M-IT majors.

E T 595. Capstone Projects in Information Technology

3 Credits (3)

Capstone course. Practical application of student’s cumulative Information Technology knowledge to an assigned design projects. Project management skills.

Learning Outcomes
  1. Various

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