Bachelor of Science in Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology Requirements: (Total credits – 127)
Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET Inc.
These degree plans are not a substitute for regular advising appointments.
They are designed to give students an idea of the classes and course loads associated with the degree.
General Education Course from Area IV: Social & Behavioral Sciences (fall)3
|Freshman Year||31 credits|
|ENGR 100, Introduction to Engineering (fall)||3|
|Gen Ed from Area I: ENGL 111, Rhetoric and Composition (fall)||4|
|ET 182, Digital Logic (fall)||3|
|Gen Ed Area I: Oral Communications COMM 265 (fall)||3|
|Gen Ed from Area I: ENGL 218G, Technical and Scientific Communication (spring)||3|
|ET 190, Applied Circuits (w/Lab)||4|
|Phys211G with lab (Applied Science)||4|
|MATH 190, Trigonometry and Precalculus (spring)||4|
|Sophomore Year||32 credits|
|MATH 235 or 191, Calculus I (fall)||3|
|ET 246, Electronic Devices I (fall)||4|
|ET 282, Digital Electronics (fall)||4|
|CHEM 110G Principles of Chemistry w/lab (fall)||4|
|ET 272, Electronic Devices II (spring)||4|
|General Education Course from Area V: Humanities & Fine Arts||3|
|PHYS 212G, General Physics II (w/lab) (spring)||4|
|MATH 236 or 192 , Calculus II (spring)||3|
|ET 262, Software Technology I (spring)||3|
|Junior Year||34 credits|
|General Education Courses from Area IV: Social & Behavioral Sciences (fall)||3|
|AST 311G, Statistical Applications (fall)||3|
|ET 324, Linear Integrated Circuits (fall)||4|
|ET 377, Computer Networking (fall)||3|
|Approved Technical Elective – see list (spring)||3|
|ET 344, Microcomputer Systems (spring)||3|
|ET 398, Digital Systems (spring)||3|
|ET 314, Communication Systems I (spring)||3|
|General Education Courses from Area IV: Social & Behavioral Sciences (spring)||3|
|General Education Courses from Area IV or V: (spring)||3|
|ET 362, Software Technology II (spring)||3|
|Senior Year||32 credits|
|ET 402 or 422, Instrumentation (fall)||3|
|ET 444, Hardware and Software Design (fall)||3|
|IE/CHE 451, Engineering Economy (fall)||3|
|Viewing a Wider World elective (from Business College) (fall)||3|
|Two (2) Approved Technical Electives – see list||6|
|ET 435, Senior Project (spring)||3|
|ET 410, Senior Seminar (spring)||1|
|Viewing a Wider World elective outside of COE (spring)||3|
|ET 381 Renewable Energy Technologies (spring)||3|
|ET 456, Applied Power Technologies (spring)||4|
+ Course with built-in laboratory component (rather than a separate lab section).
* Students must complete 15 total credits from Area IV and V, with at least six credits from each area.
Check out the NMSU Undergraduate Catalog for course descriptions and more information!
Check out the Viewing a Wider World courses!
Optional Concentration for ECET