Community College of Rhode Island

Go to 50th Anniversary website

ETEE Course Outcomes

Introduction to Electromechanical Systems (ETEE-1050)

Go to top of page

Engineering Applications of Computers (ETEE-1100)

  • Develop a method for solving engineering problems using programming
  • Examine object oriented programming languages for application development
  • Design, develop, and properly document programs as solutions
  • Create and debug programs in an integrated development environment
  • Compile programs as stand-alone executables
  • Understand data types, variables, conversions, formats, arrays, and data manipulation
  • Understand and use classes, objects, and properties
  • Create a practical graphical user interface
  • Use events, branching, and repetition in program solutions
  • Create external interfaces for input and output
  • Create program modules that can be reused for solving additional problems
  • Use hardware and software to analyze engineering problems
  • Design and develop programs to solve a broad range of engineering problems
  • Work in a team environment, and provide quality work performance
  • Identify sources of information and reference material for program design and development

Electronic Devices and Circuits (ETEE-1120)

Go to top of page

Electrical Systems I (ETEE-1500)

  • Understand various passive electrical component  concepts including resistors, capacitors, inductors, transformers, etc.
  • Solve problems for AC and DC systems
  • Design basic electrical circuits
  • Create passive filter circuits
  • Analyze single and three phase electrical power circuits and basic systems
  • Use and construct multiphase power systems
  • Simulate electrical circuits/systems using computer simulation software
  • Perform electrical measurements of current, voltage, reactance, impedance, and power
  • Assemble and test electrical circuits and basic systems
  • Evaluate and document circuit/system test results

Introduction to Digital Systems (ETEE-1800)

  • Introduce student to fundamental concepts of digital control components and systems.
  • Become familiar with the basic electrical interfaces to electronic and electromechanical devices.
  • Understand basic Boolean operations and control system logic.
  • Read and draw electrical ladder diagrams
  • Proficiency at following and creating wiring diagrams
  • Analyze and develop basic control system solutions.
  • Wire and configure I/O to PLC using ladder diagrams and instructions.
  • Develop well documented PLC programs
  • Use programmable logic controller software to configure, simulate, and test systems.
  • Design, build and test PLC programs
  • Preparation of well-organized and easily understood lab reports.
  • Ability to draw logical conclusions from lab work.
Go to top of page

Electrical Power Systems (ETEE-2390)

  • Exercise proper safety considerations while working on power systems
  • Perform basic single and three-phase power system measurements
  • Understand the basics of power systems and their design
  • Perform power factor measurements and correction
  • Use data acquisition equipment for measurements
  • Provide basic troubleshooting skills for power systems problems
  • Calculate voltages, currents, and power in three-phase circuits
  • Translate measurement data and analysis into a formal report
  • Work in a team to create solutions to problems and projects
  • Orally present a solution to technical problems and projects
  • Independently research and report on technical issues

Electrical Systems II (Capstone) (ETEE-2500)

This page developed and maintained by Engineering & Technology. Send comments and suggestions to .


Last Updated: 4/22/14