Graduates completing the program will accomplish the following outcomes:
- Apply fundamental mathematical, scientific, and engineering technologies to formulate and solve engineering related problems.
– Apply appropriate units of measurement and perform conversions to solve electrical engineering problems.
– Apply principles of plane geometry, trigonometry, and vector operations to solve engineering problems.
– Communicate solutions to electrical engineering problems using oral and written communication.
- Create and modify complete sets of engineering drawings using critical thinking skills and problem solving techniques.
– Create and modify complete sets of engineering drawings using critical thinking skills and problem solving techniques.
– Incorporate CAD drawings into electrical engineering projects to convey design and information.
- Develop and maintain systems using instrumentation, programming, and controls.
– Apply fundamentals of occupational safety in the electrical systems environment.
– Apply principles of electronics systems to direct current and alternating current circuits.
– Program and maintain programmable logic controllers for automation in the industrial environment.
– Develop plans for electronic communications using fundamentals of the electromagnetic frequency spectrum, transmission, and fiber optics.