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Title: Department of Engineering Technology College of Engineering


1
Department of Engineering TechnologyCollege of
Engineering
State University of New York Polytechnic Institute
  • ELECTRICAL and COMPUTER
  • ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

2
SUNY PolyAcademic Departments
SUNYIT
College of Health Sciences and Management
College of Engineering
College of Arts and Sciences
Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Engineering
Computer Science
Computer Engineering Technology
Electrical Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering Technology
3
Science/Engineering/Technology
  • A scientist conducts basic research to explore
    and develop fundamental theories
  • Science is about discovering the natural
  • An engineer uses these theories to design and
    develop products and systems.
  • Engineering is creating the artificial
  • A technologist is then given the design and has
    the responsibility for transforming that concept
    into a prototype or product.
  • Technology makes it real

4
The Faculty and StaffElectrical and Computer
Engineering Technology
  • Faculty
  • Dr. M. Rezk
  • Dr. M. Abdallah
  • Dr. Iulian Gherasoiu
  • Dr. Daniel Benincasa Part-time Faculty
  • Dr. Michael Medley Part-time Faculty
  • Mr. Michael Mazzatti Part-time Faculty
  • Staff
  • Mr. Tim Converse Lead Technician
  • Ms. Laurie Steele - Secretary

5
Technical Curriculum
  • Concentrations in Computer Engineering Technology
  • Combination of Electrical Technology and Computer
    Science
  • Core Computer Science Courses
  • Concentrations in Electrical Engineering
    Technology
  • Communications
  • Control Systems
  • Microprocessors
  • Minors
  • Math
  • Computer Science
  • NanoTech
  • Dual Major both CET and EET

6
Program of StudyElectrical (128 credits)
  • SUNY General Education Requirements
  • Mathematics (MAT 121 or equivalent)
  • Basic Communication (ENG 101 or equivalent)
  • Natural Science (PHY 101 or equivalent)
  • At least 4 out of the following 7 categories
  • Social science, American history, Western
    civilization, Other western civilization,
    Humanities, Arts, Foreign language
  • SUNYIT Degree Requirements
  • Upper Division Writing (COM or ENG)
  • Liberal Arts/Science Requirements
  • Math 122-Calc II
  • Math 230-Dif Eq
  • Additional 8 credits to complete the
    balance of 24 credits of Math/Science electives
  • Computer Programming electives (min 2
    credits such as CS 108, CSC 317)
  • Liberal Arts/Math/Science/Computer Science
    Electives to complete the balance of 60 credits
  • Technical Core courses
  • ETC 299-Quality Control
  • ETC 316-Comm or ETC 331-Control
  • ETC 265-Digital or ETC 342-Microprocessor
  • 8 credits of 4xx ETC courses

7
Program of StudyComputer(128 credits)
  • SUNY General Education Requirements
  • Mathematics (MAT 121 or equivalent)
  • Basic Communication (ENG 101 or equivalent)
  • Natural Science (PHY 101 or equivalent)
  • At least 4 out of the following 7 categories
  • Social science, American history, Western
    civilization, Other western civilization,
    Humanities, Arts, Foreign language
  • SUNYIT Degree Requirements
  • Upper Division Writing (COM or ENG)
  • Liberal Arts/Science Requirements
  • Math 122-Calc II
  • Math 230-Dif Eq or Math 115-Finite
  • Additional 8 credits to complete the
    balance of 24 credits of Math/Science electives
  • Computer Science Core courses CS 108
    CS 249 CS 240 Computer Programming Language
  • Liberal Arts/Math/Science/Computer Science
    Electives to complete the balance of 60 credits
  • Technical Core courses
  • CET 299-Quality Control
  • CET 342-Microprocessor
  • CET 416-Networks
  • CET 429-Computer Architecture

8
Electrical and ComputerCommunications
  • Courses
  • Analog and Digital Communications
  • Data Communications
  • Wireless Communication
  • Optical Communications

Nokias flexible cellphone Nokia.com
9
Electrical and ComputerControls
  • Courses
  • Control Systems
  • Automatic Control Sys
  • Digital Robotics
  • Computer Control and
  • Instrumentation
  • Servo Mech and Design

10
Electrical and ComputerMicroprocessors
  • Courses
  • Microprocessors
  • Micro Interfacing
  • Microcontrollers
  • Computer Architecture
  • Programmable Logic Devices (FPGAs)
  • VHDL Programming
  • PC Maint. Integr.

11
Nanotechnology
  • Courses
  • Introduction to Nanotechnology
  • Semiconductor Microfabrication
  • Thin Film Processing
  • Micro- and Nano- Electro- Mechanical Systems
  • Process Control and Design of Experiments

Micro Gyroscope for Mobile Communication
12
CET/ETC 101Fundamentals of CET/EET
  • Introduces fundamental concepts of EET/CET
  • Project-based course
  • Lab is spent building the Mark III Robot

13
Typical CurriculumComputer Engineering Technology
Freshman Year
  • Fall Year One
  • MAT 110 College Algebra 4
  • CET 101 Fund. Of ECE Tech. 4
  • ENG 101 Freshman Comp 4
  • HIS 101 American History 4
  • FIT 101 Athletic Conditioning 1
  • 17
  •  
  • Fall Year Two
  • PHY 101 Physics I 4
  • MAT 121 Calculus I 4
  • CET 103 Electronics I 4
  • CET 210 Digital Systems 4
  • 16
  •  
  •  
  • Spring Year One 
  • MAT 120 Pre-Calculus 4
  • CET 102 Electrical Circuits 4
  • PSY 100 Principles of Psychology 4
  • IDS 103 Science/Tech/Human 4
  • FYS 100 Freshmen Seminar 1
  • 17
  •  
  • Spring Year Two
  • MAT 122 Calculus II 4
  • CS 108 Comp Fund 4
  • CET203 Electronics II 4
  • CET 342 Microprocessors 4
  • 16

Sophomore Year
14
Typical Curriculum Computer Engineering
Technology
Junior Year
  • Fall Year Three
  • MAT 230 Diff Equations 4
  • CS 240 Data Structures 4
  • COM 300 Oral Comm 4
  • ETC 416 Data Communications 4
  • 16
  •  
  • Fall Year Four
  • ETC 423 - Capstone 4
  • CET 431 PC Integr. Maint. 4
  • Electrical or CS Elective 4
  • HIS 306 - History of Science and Tech 4
  • 16
  • Spring Year Three
  •  PHY 102 Physics II 4
  • COM 306 Upper Div Writing 4
  • CS 249 Object Oriented Programming 4
  • CET 429 Comp Architecture 4
  • CET 299 QC and WP Issues 2

  • 16
  •  
  • Spring Year Four
  • Unrestricted Elective 4
  • Unrestricted Elective 4
  • Electrical or CS Elective
    4
  • ETC 445 System on Chip 4
  • 16

Senior Year
15
Typical Curriculum Electrical Engineering
Technology
Freshman Year
  • Fall Year One
  • MAT 110 College Algebra 4
  • ETC 101 Fund. Of ECE Tech. 4
  • ENG 101 Freshman Comp 4
  • HIS 101 American History 4
  • FIT 101 Athletic Conditioning 1
  • 17
  •  
  • Fall Year Two
  • PHY 101 Physics I 4
  • MAT 121 Calculus I 4
  • ETC 103 Electronics I 4
  • ETC 210 Digital Systems 4
  • 16
  •  
  •  
  • Spring Year One 
  • MAT 120 Pre-Calculus 4
  • ETC 102 Electrical Circuits 4
  • PSY 100 Principles of Psychology 4
  • IDS 103 Science/Tech/Human 4
  • FYS 100 Freshmen Seminar 1
  • 17
  •  
  • Spring Year Two
  • MAT 122 Calculus II 4
  • CS 108 Comp Fund 4
  • ETC 203 Electronics II 4
  • ETC 216 Elec Comm I 4
  • 16

Sophomore Year
16
Typical Curriculum Electrical Engineering
Technology
Junior Year
  • Fall Year Three
  • MAT 230 Diff Equations 4
  • ETC 331 Control Systems 4
  • COM 300 Oral Comm 4
  • ETC 316 Elect Comm II 4
  • 16
  •  
  • Fall Year Four
  • ETC Capstone 4
  • ETC 4xx Senior level elective 4
  • HIS 306 - History of Science and Tech 4
  • ETC 416 Data Communications 4
  • 16
  • Spring Year Three
  •  PHY 102 Physics II 4
  • COM 306 Upper Div Writing 4
  • ETC 342 Microprocessor. 4
  • ETC 290 - Intro to Nanotechnology 4
  • 16
  •  
  • Spring Year Four
  • ETC 3xx or higher elective 4
  • ETC 299 QC. WP Issues 2
  • Open Elective 4
  • Open Elective 4
  • 14

Senior Year
17
Example of Jobs
  • Electrical Engineer/Designer
  • Field Service Technician
  • Supplier Development Engineer
  • Design Representative
  • Test Engineer
  • Manufacturing Process Engineer I
  • Engineering Technician
  • Service Engineer
  • Graduate Student CS or EE or CE
  • Design Engineer
  • IT Administrator

18
Some of the Employers
  • Air Force Research Laboratory/Local Contractors
  • Global Foundries
  • ConMed
  • Eversan
  • ESPN
  • General Electric
  • Lockheed Martin
  • National Grid
  • Northern Safety
  • Verizon

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Some things to remember
  • Small, safe campus life
  • Modest class sizes
  • Professors teach both courses and lab sections
  • Academic Referral for Freshman
  • Instructor identifies students with academic
    difficulty to Provost by mid-semester
  • Hands-on approach to learning
  • Most technical classes have lab components
  • Clubs offers opportunity for branching out
  • Ability to adapt to emerging technologies
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