A.A.S. Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology

62 Credit Hours Beginning Fall 2020, Catalog Year 2021

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First Year, Semester 1
Course Name Hours
ENG 111 English Composition 3
ENT 135 Computer-Aided Drafting 3
ENT 137 Intro to Engineering Technology 1
ENT 192 Circut Analysis I 3
MTH 125 Pre-Calculus * 5

Total Semester Credit Hours: 17

First Year, Semester 2
Course Name Hours
ENT 193 Circuit Analysis II 3
ENT 296 Programmable Logic Controllers 3
CSE 163 Intro to Computer Programming  3
PHY 161 Physics for LIfe Science I (4) or PHY 191 Physics with Lab I (5) 3-4
STC 135 Principles of Public Speaking 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 15-16

Second Year, Semester 1
Course Name Hours
ENT 196 Electronics 3
ENT 293 Digital Systems 3
ENT 294 Local Area Networks 3
MTH 151 Calculus I * 5
EGS 215 Workplace Writing or ENG 313 Tech-nical Writing 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 15

Second Year, Semester 2
Course Name Hours
ENT 291 Industrial Electronics 3
ENT 295 Microprocesor Technology I 3
PHY 162 Physics for Life Science II or PHY 192 Physics with Lab I 4-5
ECO 201 Microeconomics or ECO 202 Macro-economics 3
MPF III Global Perspectives 3

Total Semester Credit Hours: 16-17

MPF III Global Perspectives

Recommended course options

  • HST 197/198 World History
    Introduction to the origins and early development of individual civilizations prior to the period of Western European hegemony. Stresses interdependency and interrelations among cultures, and compares social, political, and religious experiences of peoples with one another.
  • IDS 159 Strength Through Cultural Diversity
    A primary goal of this course is to facilitate students' abilities to build their cultural competencies and their abilities to work toward a socially just and inclusive world by providing the conceptual tools and vocabulary to think about, discuss and experience diversity. Topics covered include multiculturalism, ethnocentrism, prejudice, discrimination, privilege, the impacts of social and cultural change, and the engagement of students in the global community.
  • ATH 175 Peoples of the World
    Provides an appreciation of human cultural, social, and linguistic variation around the world and through time. Develops anthropological and ethnographic approaches to understanding cultural differences and similarities in political, social and economic organization; marriage and family patterns; environment and beliefs systems; and other aspects of globalized human cultural life.
  • GEO 101 Global Forces, Local Diversity
    Application of human geography concepts to patterns and processes of economic, political, and cultural changes at global, regional and local scales.
*Depending on mandatory math placement

Abbreviation Key

MP-EL = Experiential Learning

MPF I = English Composition

MPF IIC = Social Science

MPF V = Mathematics, Formal Reasoning, Technology

MPT = Thematic Sequence

MP-AW = Advanced Writing

MPF = Global Miami Plan Foundation

MPF IIB = Humanities

MPF IV = Natural Science

MP-IP = Intercultural Perspectives

MPF IIA = Creative Arts

MPF III = Global Perspectives