Bachelor of Science, Major in Engineering Technology: Electronics Concentration

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Bachelor of Science, Major in Engineering Technology: Electronics Concentration
Core Curriculum
Component Area I (Communication)6
Component Area II (Mathematics) 13
Component Area III (Life and Physical Science)8
Component Area IV (Language, Philosophy, and Culture)3
Component Area V (Creative Arts)3
Component Area VI (U.S. History)6
Component Area VII (Political Science/Government)6
Component Area VIII (Social and Behavioral Sciences)3
Component Area IX (Component Area Option) 14
Degree Specific Requirements
ENGL 3330Intro to Technical Writing3
or MATH 3379 Statistical Mthods in Practice
MATH 1314Pre Calculus Algebra 13
MATH 1316Plane Trigonometry 13
PHYS 1301
PHYS 1101
General Phy-Mechanics & Heat
and General Physics Laboratory I
4
PHYS 1302
PHYS 1102
Gen Phy-Snd,Lght, Elec, & Mag
and General Physics Laboratory II
4
Major: Foundation
ETDD 1361Engineering Graphics3
ETEC 1010Engineering Foundations1
ETEC 3340Solar and Wind Energy Systems3
or ETEC 4340 Alternative Energy Technology
ETEC 4099Engineering Innovation1
ETEC 4384Supervisory Personnel Practice3
or ETEE 3313 Industrial Robotics
ETEC 4391Work Base Mentorship (internship)3
ETEC 4399Senior Design3
ETEE 1340Introduction to Circuits3
ETEE 2320Circuits and Systems3
ETEE 3345Digital Electronics3
ETEE 3350Analog Electronics3
ETEE 3360Electrical Power & Machinery3
ETEE 3373Control Systems Technology3
ETEE 3376Microcontroller Applications3
ETEE 4351Automation & PLCs3
ETEE 4352Instrumentation & Interfacing3
ETSM 3386Industrial Safety3
Minor: Required 2
Minor6
Minor (12 hours advanced)12
Total Hours121
1

MATH 1316 or MATH 1314 or MATH 1420 or MATH 1324 satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area II (Mathematics) and the Degree Specific requirement. MATH 1420 will also satisfy one semester credit hour of Core Curriculum Component Area IX (Component Area Option).

2

All minors can be paired with this degree program. 

Notes 

Students must earn a 2.0 minimum overall GPA in all coursework. 

Students must meet a 2.0 minimum overall major GPA in all major coursework.

Students must earn a 2.0 minimum SHSU GPA in all coursework.

Students must meet a 2.0 minimum SHSU major GPA in all major coursework.

Students should use elective and/or minor hours to satisfy the 42 advanced hour requirement.

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First Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area I3Component Area I3
Component Area IX4Component Area IV3
ETEC 10101ETDD 13613
ETEE 13403ETEE 23203
MATH 131413MATH 131613
 14 15
Second Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area V3Component Area VI3
Component Area VI3Component Area VII3
ETEC 3340 or 43403Component Area VIII3
ETEE 33503ENGL 3330 or MATH 33793
PHYS 1301
PHYS 1101
4PHYS 1302
PHYS 1102
4
 16 16
Third Year
FallHoursSpringHours
Component Area III4Component Area III4
Component Area VII3ETEC 4384 or ETEE 33133
ETEC 40991ETSM 33863
ETEE 33733Minor Advanced26
Minor26 
 17 16
Fourth Year
FallHoursSpringHours
ETEE 33453ETEC 43913
ETEE 33763ETEC 43993
ETEE 43513ETEE 33603
Minor Advanced26ETEE 43523
 15 12
Total Hours: 121
1

MATH 1316 or MATH 1314 or MATH 1420 or MATH 1324 satisfies the Core Curriculum requirement for Component Area II (Mathematics) and the Degree Specific requirement.  MATH 1420 will also satisfy one semester credit hour of Core Curriculum Component Area IX (Component Area Option).

2

All minors can be paired with this degree program. 

Notes 

Students must earn a 2.0 minimum overall GPA in all coursework. 

Students must meet a 2.0 minimum overall major GPA in all major coursework.

Students must earn a 2.0 minimum SHSU GPA in all coursework.

Students must meet a 2.0 minimum SHSU major GPA in all major coursework.

Students should use elective and/or minor hours to satisfy the 42 advanced hour requirement.

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) marketable skills initiative is part of the state’s 60x30TX plan and was designed to help students articulate their skills to employers.  Marketable skills are those skills valued by employers and/or graduate programs that can be applied in a variety of work or education settings and may include interpersonal, cognitive, and applied skill areas.

The BS in Engineering Technology: Electronics Concentration is designed to provide graduates with the following marketable skills:

  • Select and effectively apply modern electric, electronics, controls, and computer devices and systems.
  • Test and troubleshoot for effective and efficient operations of analog, digital, microcontroller and communication circuits and systems. 
  • Embed state-of-the-art automation, robotics, instrumentation, and data acquisition hardware and software tools into industrial environments.​
  • Prepare technical reports, product manuals, and testing instructions; and communicate effectively.
  • Learn about and practice safety and supervisory skills related to electronics.