This course emphasizes fundamental concepts of problem-solving using a high-level source language. Laboratory work is designed to acquaint students with computer facilities, software, and programming fundamentals. Topics include system fundamentals, concepts of structured programming, arrays, functions, and engineering applications.
Electronics-Computer Engineering Technology
Degrees and Certificates
This course introduces electromechanical devices which are essential control elements in electrical systems. Topics include fundamentals of electromechanical devices, control elements in electrical circuits, typical devices such as generators and alternators, D.C. and A.C. motors and controls, and transformers. Quantitative analysis of power losses, power factors, and efficiencies in D.C., single-phase and three-phase dynamos are stressed. Laboratory work parallels classwork.
This course introduces fundamental concepts necessary for the operation of unmanned aerial vehicles (drones) and prepares students for drone use in commercial settings. Laboratory demonstrations and student practice parallel course work. Topic includes Commercial Applications, Laws and Regulations, Drone Operations, Operational limitations, Remote Pilot in Command Certification and Responsibilities, Aircraft Requirements and Safety Considerations.