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  1. EET 1050 Electricity I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $50.00
    Course Description:

    This is an introductory electricity course primarily for Industrial Electricity majors, and skilled trades personnel. A study of DC and AC electricity concepts, with a practical approach to applications in an industrial environment. The course will cover basic electrical theory, terminology, applications, troubleshooting and safety aspects of electrical circuits and components. (Fall, Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    MTH0140LE OR MTH1150LE OR MTH1310LE OR MTH1320LE OR MTH2010LE OR MTH2310LE OR MTH2350LE OR MTH2410LE OR MTH2510LE OR CAL0020LE OR CCA0010LE OR CCA0020LE OR CTR0010LE OR CTR0020LE OR CTR0030LE OR ACM0030LE OR ACM0040LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE OR CPA0040LE OR CPA0045LE OR MTH1110LE OR MTH0120LE OR MTH0121LE OR CPA0030LE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      10:00 AM - 11:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity, 5th edition
        Author(s)
        Herman
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1111539154
        Cost
        $175.60
    • Section:
      DC03M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      10:00 AM - 11:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity, 5th edition
        Author(s)
        Herman
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1111539154
        Cost
        $175.60
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity, 5th edition
        Author(s)
        Herman
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1111539154
        Cost
        $175.60
  2. EET 1200 Electrical Codes & Prints

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    1
    Lab Fee:
    $38.00
    Course Description:

    This course is an overview of the general chapters of the National Electrical Code (NEC) with an emphasis on applying the code to both general and industrial applications.

    Prerequisites:
    EET1050LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      9:30 AM - 11:15 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Electrical Wiring, 9th edition, Optional
        Author(s)
        Duncan
        Copyright
        ISBN
        0896063852
        Cost
        $42.55
      • Title
        National Electrical Code 2011 Handbook
        Author(s)
        NFPA
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780877659167
        Cost
        $145.30
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        National Electrical Code 2011 Handbook
        Author(s)
        NFPA
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780877659167
        Cost
        $145.30
      • Title
        Electrical Wiring, 9th edition, Optional
        Author(s)
        Duncan
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9781111636978
        Cost
        $42.55
  3. EET 1320 AC/DC Machines

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $68.00
    Course Description:

    A study of the operation and characteristics of transformers, DC motors, DC generators, and AC motors. Installation, circuit sizing and troubleshooting will be emphasized, as well as industrial safety procedures. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1050LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      8:00 AM - 9:45 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Delmar's Standard Text for Electricity 5th Edition
        Author(s)
        Herman
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1111539154
        Cost
        $175.60
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Delmar's Standard Text for Electricity 5th Edition
        Author(s)
        Herman
        Copyright
        ISBN
        1111539154
        Cost
        $175.60
  4. EET 1360 Power Electronics

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    A study of power electronic devices and circuits as they apply to power circuits such as power diodes, SCRs, Triacs, power transistors, and IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistors) as they are used in power supplies, AC and DC motor speed drives, and different types of amplifiers that are used in servo and stepper motors. A variety of circuits such as op amp circuits, opto coupled circuits and amplifier circuits will be studied as they apply to PLC modules and other industrial circuits. Emphasis on diagnostic test equipment and troubleshooting. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1050LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Electronics Principles and Applications w/Student Data CD-Rom, 8th Edition
        Author(s)
        Shuler
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780077721633
        Cost
        $121.60
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      TR
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Electronics Principles and Applications w/Student Data CD-Rom, 8th Edition
        Author(s)
        Shuler
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780077721633
        Cost
        $121.60
  5. EET 1630 Graphical Interfaces I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $70.00
    Course Description:

    This course is a study of human machine interface (HMI) terminals and their editors that connect to a PLC. Students will create graphic systems and control connections to the PLC. Students will learn to transport these programs and also learn how to set security conditions for the application. The students will learn to develop tag databases and create graphical animation screens in various software packages. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    EET2440LBLE AND CIT1241LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      5:00 PM - 6:45 PM
      Books
    • Title
      There are no books for this class
    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      11:30 AM - 1:15 PM
      Books
    • Title
      There are no books for this class
  6. EET 1700 DC Circuits

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    In this course, the student will study the principles of Direct Current Circuits starting with electrical terms, components and quantities. The student will develop a through understanding of Ohm’ law, series circuits, parallel circuits, series-parallel circuits and Kirchoff’s current and voltage laws. They will then advance their circuit analysis technique by using Superposition, Thevenin’s, and Norton’s theorems and also Mesh and Nodal analysis methods. They will also study the behavior of inductors and capacitors under DC conditions. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
    MTH1310LE OR CCA0020LE OR CCA0025LE OR ACM0050LE OR ACM0060LE OR ACM0070LE OR MTH2310LE
  7. EET 1710 AC Circuits

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    In this course, the student will study the principles of Alternating Current Circuits starting with sinusoidal wave properties, complex numbers, and phasors. The student will develop a thorough understanding of the steady-state behavior of RC circuits, RL circuits, and RLC circuits under AC conditions. They will then advance their circuit analysis technique by using Superposition, Thevenin’s, and Norton’s theorems as they apply to AC circuits. They will also study basic filter circuits, three phase and poly-phase systems, and power factor analysis. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1700LELB
    Corequisites:
  8. EET 1720 Electronics

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    In this course, the student will study the principles of Electronic Circuits starting with semiconductor properties. The student will develop a through understanding of diodes and transistors including the PN junction diodes, special purpose diodes, diode applications, and BJTs, FETs, JFETs, MOSFETs transistors. Amplifier, multi-amplifiers, and power amplifiers circuits will then be studied along with frequency analysis. The student will also study thyristors, oscillators, op-amps, regulated power supplies, and feedback concepts. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1700LELB
    Corequisites:
    MTH2320LE
  9. EET 1990 Transfer-In 100 level

    Credits:
    0
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  10. EET 2400 Motor Controls

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    4
    Lab Fee:
    $72.00
    Course Description:

    This is a study of the devices and methods used to control and protect DC and AC motors on industrial machinery. This will include 2-wire and 3-wire circuitry, controls relays, motor starters, timers, proximity sensors, forward-reversing and jogging control circuitry. Emphasis is placed on developing, interpreting, and troubleshooting ladder diagram circuits. A basic introduction to the Logo and MicroLogix 1000 PLC is also presented with a focus on how the PLC is used in motor control applications. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1320LBLE
    Corequisites:
  11. EET 2440 Programmable Controllers I

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    3
    Lab Fee:
    $93.00
    Course Description:

    A study of the programming and troubleshooting programmable controllers used in today’s automated factories. This course has the student apply Programmable Controllers to actual industrial situations, as well as to design programs and documentation to solve problems in industrial control. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1360LBLE
    Corequisites:
    EET2400LBLE
  12. EET 2700 Special Topics in EET

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  13. EET 2730 Digital Circuits

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $35.00
    Course Description:

    In this course, the student will study the principles of numbering systems, logic gates, Boolean algebra, DeMorgan’s theorem and logic simplification. The student will develop a through understanding of combinational logic circuits, encoders/decoders, multiplexers/demultiplexers, adders, subtractors, and ALUs. They will then advance their digital application by using Flip-flops, counters, shift registers, memory and storage devices. They will also be introduced to integrated circuit technologies. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  14. EET 2740 Microprocessors

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $39.00
    Course Description:

    In this course, the student will study the principles of microprocessor architecture, and assembly language programming. The student will develop a through understanding of bus structures and timing diagrams, memory technologies, and interfacing. They will then advance their knowledge of microprocessors by studying input/output interface and systems, and interrupt-processed input/output. They will then be introduced to DMA, direct memory access. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    EET2730LELB
    Corequisites:
  15. EET 2778 Kern Center Seminar

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  16. EET 2790 Programmable Controllers II

    Credits:
    4
    Lecture Hours:
    3
    Lab Hours:
    3
    Lab Fee:
    $93.00
    Course Description:

    This course will be an advanced study of Programmable Controllers. The concentration will be on the Allen-Bradley SLC-500, PLC-5 and Controllogix Programmable Controllers. The focus of the course will be on the technician learning how to utilize the processor’s memory to control intelligent I/O modules that are integrated into industrial processes. This course has the student apply Programmable Controllers to actual industrial situations, as well as to design programs and documentation to solve problems in industrial control. The student will program, document and troubleshoot a complete PLC system. (Spring)

    Prerequisites:
    EET2440LBLE AND CIT1241LBLE
    Corequisites:
    Semesters

    SPRI 2015

    • Section:
      DC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      8:00 AM - 10:40 AM
      Books
      • Title
        Programmable Logic Controllers, 2nd edition
        Author(s)
        Rehg
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780135048818
        Cost
        $161.45
    • Section:
      EC01M
      Offer Days:
      MW
      Date:
      1/12 - 5/7
      Time From - To:
      7:00 PM - 9:40 PM
      Books
      • Title
        Programmable Logic Controllers, 2nd edition
        Author(s)
        Rehg
        Copyright
        ISBN
        9780135048818
        Cost
        $161.45
  17. EET 2830 Instrumentation and Process Controls I

    Credits:
    3
    Lecture Hours:
    2
    Lab Hours:
    2
    Lab Fee:
    $62.00
    Course Description:

    A study of the basic methods of measurement and control of parameters such as pressure, temperature, flow, level, and position. The electrical and mechanical fundamentals of typical process control systems are studied. Typical transducer and control characteristics are examined by means of laboratory experiments. Both open loop and closed loop systems are studied using operational systems. (Fall)

    Prerequisites:
    EET1050LBLE
    Corequisites:
  18. EET 2870 Kern Center Seminar

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  19. EET 2871 Kern Center Seminar

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites:
  20. EET 2872 Kern Center Seminar

    Credits:
    1
    Lecture Hours:
    0
    Lab Hours:
    0
    Lab Fee:
    $0.00
    Course Description:

    Prerequisites:
    Corequisites: