Electrical Engineering (ELET)
This is an introductory course to DC and AC electrical circuit analysis. Basic parameters such as current, voltage, and resistance are defined and applied. Ohm's Law and other important laws are studied and applied to series and parallel circuits. Lab exercises will emphasize and further help students understanding of theory.
The Automated Control Systems course prepares students for a future in modern manufacturing control systems with topics related to the design, application, and maintenance of industrial process controls, robotics, and automated manufacturing systems. Emphasis is placed on developing knowledge and skills in electrical and electronic circuits, AC and DC motors, robotics, motion control, instrumentation, data acquisition, programmable logic and computer-based controllers. In addition, the course places emphasis on safety, teamwork, communication skills, and efficient work practices.