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Electrical Engineering Technology Objectives and Outcomes

The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) Program is committed to achieving key Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes. These operational objectives and outcomes provide the basis from which the program assures the integrity of the academic program and the capabilities of its graduates. They are listed as follows:

Program Educational Objectives

PEO1. Provide industry with well qualified technicians for entry level positions in the Electrical Engineering Technology field.

PEO2. Provide transferability for students who are interested in baccalaureate degree programs at SUNY Canton or other institutions with related programs.

Student Learning Outcomes

For Electrical Engineering Technology AAS degree, the student will have the following
capabilities upon graduation:

  1. The ability to produce written documents and deliver oral-visual presentations using current word processing software (i.e. Microsoft Office suite and other presentation media).

  2. The ability to produce Computer Aided Design (CAD) drawings and schematics utilizing vertical construction and two dimensional techniques.

  3. Knowledge of the basic principles and applications of DC &AC circuit analysis, transformers, rotating DC & AC machines, and single phase and three phase power distribution systems.

  4. Knowledge of the basic principles and applications of digital and analog electronics, microprocessors/microcontrollers together with assembly and Basic programming languages.

  5. Knowledge of the basic principles and applications of programmable logic controllers (PLC) together with ladder logic and computer-automated control systems.

  6. Effective teamwork skills as demonstrated by the design and fabrication of student team projects and the presentation of their accomplishments through oral and written reports.

  7. The ability to use test equipment to effectively diagnose and correct problems and faults in industrial power and electronic/digital systems.

  8. The ability to design, fabricate, and solder components to, and test a printed circuit board for proper operation.

  9. The understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity, and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.

Electrical Engineering Technology
Robert Jennings
Curriculum Coordinator
315-386-7213
jennings@canton.edu