Computer Engineering Technology (CET)

CET 150 Digital Systems and Microprocessors. (3) F, S
Fundamentals of digital systems and microprocessors, with Boolean Algebra and combinational logic. Microprocessor programming and applications. Lecture, lab. Prerequisite: freshman standing. General Studies: N3.

CET 256 “C” Programming for Engineering Technology.(3) F, S, SS
Applied and practical problem solving using the “C” programming language. Prerequisite: ETC 100.

CET 336 Programming in Visual BASIC. (3) S
Introduction to BASIC and programming in the Visual BASIC environment. Prerequisite: CET 256.

CET 350 Digital Logic Principles. (4) F, S
Combinational and sequential logic analysis, design concepts, and applications. Lecture, lab. Prerequisite: CET 150.

CET 354 Microprocessor Principles. (4) F, S
Microprocessor organization, programming, and interfacing. Prerequisite: CET 150.

CET 386 Operating Systems Principles. (3) S
Fundamentals of operating systems, process management, scheduling and synchronization techniques, memory and file management, protection and security issues. Prerequisite: CET 256.

CET 426 Software Tools for the Semiconductor Industry.(3) S
Introduction to software tools commonly used in the semiconductor industry, such as SUPREM IV, PSPICE, VIEWLOGIC, and ICED. Cross-listed as UET 426. Prerequisite: UET 331.

CET 452 Digital Logic Applications. (4) S
Design of sequential machines using system design techniques and complex MSI/LSI devices with lab. Prerequisite: CET 350.

CET 454 Microcontrollers. (4) S
Microcontroller interfacing, organization, programming, and structure. Lecture, lab. Prerequisite: CET 354.

CET 456 Assembly Language Applications. (3) F
Programming using BIOS and DOS routines. High-level language interfacing. Disk operations, TSR routines, and device drivers. Prerequisite: CET 354.

CET 457 Microcomputer Systems Interfacing.(4) S
Applications of microcomputer hardware and software. Special purpose controllers, interface design. Lecture, lab. Prerequisites: CET 354; CSE 183; EET 310.

CET 458 Digital Computer Networks. (3) A
Network technology, topologies, protocols, control techniques, reliability, and security. Prerequisite: CET 354.

CET 473 Digital/Data Communications. (4) F, S
Signals, distortion, noise, and error detection/correction. Transmission and systems design. Interface techniques and standards. Lecture, lab. Prerequisites: CET 354; EET 372.

CET 483 UNIX Utilities Using “C” Language.(3) S
Applications of “C” language to the development of practical programs for the UNIX operating system. Prerequisite: senior standing in technology or equivalent.

CET 485 Digital Testing Techniques I. (3) A
Hardware/software aspects of digital testing technology; systems, board, and logic testing and equipment. Lecture, lab. Cross-listed as UET 485. Prerequisites: CET 350; EET 310.

CET 486 Electronics Computer-Aided Design.(3) F
CAD/EHDL for digital logic simulations and electronic circuit designs. Various software packages will be used. Prerequisites: CET 350; EET 310.

CET 487 Hardware Description Languages: VERILOG.(3) F
Introduction to hardware description languages, digital modeling, and simulation techniques using the VERILOG HDL. Prerequisites: CET 350, 354.

CET 520 Computer Architecture. (3) F
The basics of computer architecture. RTN, RISC, CISC concepts; computer arithmetic; ALUs; memory systems; I/O. Prerequisite: CET 354.

CET 552 Digital Systems Design. (3) S
Digital system design techniques and applications. Prerequisite: CET 452 or instructor approval.

CET 556 Windows Programming. (3) F
Programming techniques in the MS Windows and X Window environments. Prerequisite: CET 256 or equivalent.

CET 557 Microcomputers and Applications.(3) F
Applications of small computer systems, mini- and microcomputer hardware and software. Prerequisites: CET 354; CSE 100 (or 183); EET 310.

CET 583 UNIX Utilities Using “C” Language II.(3) S
“C” language applications using the UNIX operating system. Also Fourth Generation languages and other UNIX utilities. Prerequisite: graduate standing in technology.

CET 585 Digital Testing Techniques II. (3) F
Testing technology as applied to digital systems, boards, and chips. Lecture, lab. Prerequisite: CET 354.

CET 586 Digital Modeling Techniques. (3) S
Digital system modeling and simulation using hardware description languages. Prerequisites: CET 350, 354.

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