Electronics Engineering Technology Associate in Applied Science
This program educates students to work with engineers in designing or evaluating new products as well as troubleshooting and repairing electronics equipment, including computer equipment.
The Electronics Engineering Technology program will equip graduates to use their training and education to provide engineering and technological support to local industry and manufacturing while encouraging them to stay at the cutting edge of changing technologies through continued life-long learning.
Acceptable placement test score(s), plus high school diploma or GED
Type of Program
Day or evening
The EET program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org/.
Power companies, manufacturing, computer and service industries
- Graduates may continue their education toward a Bachelor of Engineering Technology degree at a South Carolina state university or other out-of-state colleges offering a BSEET degree.
- Graduates may continue their education at the University of South Carolina-Upstate for a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering Technology Management under a 2+2 cooperative agreement.
- Students with engineering transfer credit(s) may choose the substitute courses as listed for the EET course.
Visit our web page at https://www.gvltec.edu/eet/.
Listed below is the ideal grouping of courses in order by semester. This plan assumes a full-time schedule. Note, however, that many variables can affect this plan, and not every course is offered every semester. Please see your advisor to map out your own personalized progression toward graduation.
The course schedule listed above is designed for students who place into ENG 101 English Composition I* and MAT 110 College Algebra* (MAT 140 Analytical Geometry and Calculus I*) based on the placement test. Students who are taking prerequisite courses for ENG 101 English Composition I* and MAT 110 College Algebra* should contact the EET academic program director for recommended courses.
Note: Please contact your advisor for recommended evening schedules.
|EGR 130||Engineering Technology Applications and Programming 1||3|
|or EGR 269||Engineering Disciplines and Skills|
|EET 111||DC Circuits 2||4|
|or ECE 221||Introduction to Electrical Engineering I|
|ENG 101||English Composition I*||3|
|MAT 110||College Algebra*||3|
|COL 105||Freshman Seminar||3|
|Total Semester Hours||16|
|EET 112||AC Circuits 2||4|
|or ECE 222||Introduction to Electrical Engineering II|
|EET 145||Digital Circuits 2||4|
|or ECE 211||Introduction to Computer Engineering I|
|MAT 111||College Trigonometry*||3|
|PHY 201||Physics I*||4|
|or PHY 221||University Physics I*|
|Total Semester Hours||15|
|EET 131||Active Devices||4|
|EET 227||Electrical Machinery||3|
|SPC 205||Public Speaking*||3|
|Total Semester Hours||10|
|EET 141||Electronic Circuits||4|
|EET 172||Electronic Drafting||2|
|or EGR 275||Introduction to Engineering/Computer Graphics|
|EET 233||Control Systems||4|
|EET 251||Microprocessor Fundamentals 2||4|
|or ECE 212||Introduction to Computer Engineering II|
|Total Semester Hours||17|
|Select one of the following:||4|
|College Chemistry I*|
|University Physics II*|
|EET 235||Programmable Controllers||3|
|EET 243||Data Communications||3|
|EET 273||Electronics Senior Project||1|
|Social/Behavioral Science elective||3|
|Total Semester Hours||14|
|Total Required Credit Hours||72|
Students who substitute ECE classes for EET classes will need to take additional credit hours in a technical elective to meet the total hours for graduation.