Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology

Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology

Program Overview

CO, CA, AS - 2 Year Program

Get hands-on with high tech. Students enrolled in the Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) program receive an education in basic electronics, computer technology, computer programming, optical systems, and networking that includes knowledge of DC/AC/Semiconductor circuits, digital electronics, computers, networks, telescopes and lasers. 

The ECET program emphasizes the use of Computer-Aided Design software such as SolidWorks, and graphical programming environment for modeling, simulating and analyzing multidomain dynamical systems such as Simulink.

Students graduating with the Associate in Science (AS) degree in ECET may enter the workforce as entry-level electronic/electro-optic technicians, renewable energy technicians, and telecom/network technicians.

Project Kaihuwaʻa Scholarship Programs (KSPI and KSPII)
ECET majors may apply to the KSP that target low-income academically talented students with demonstrated financial need pursuing STEM degrees at UHMC. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (for KSPI) or 2.5 (for KSPII) are eligible for the scholarships. Scholarships amounts of up to $10,000 per year follow the students until graduation.  Contact Program Coordinator Elisabeth Dubuit at edubuit@hawaii.edu for more information.

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Achievements

Capstone Topics

  • NASA RockOn! project: Participants in RockOn! receive instruction on the basics required to develop a scientific payload for flight on a suborbital rocket
  • Autonomous Vehicle Project (AVT): Learn the basics of mechanical systems, electrical systems, and software to build, operate, and control a small  autonomous vehicle to meet the evGrandPrix competition requirements.
  • CanSat project:Teams must be able to design and build a space-type system, following the approved competition guide, and then compete against each at the end of two semesters to determine the winners.

Tuition/Costs

  1. Overall cost of program $8,240
  2. Additional COST: Books, Materials, & Supplies $100

Take The Next Step

Request more information about this program or contact:

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Elisabeth Dubuit, Program Coordinator

Phone: 808 984 3706

Email: edubuit@hawaii.edu

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Jung Won Park, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Phone: 808 984 3423

Email: parkjung@hawaii.edu

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Eri Nomura, ECET Counselor

Phone: 808 984 3497

Fax: 808 984 3872

Appointments: 808 984 3306

Email: eri4@hawaii.edu

Course Schedules

View a month-by-month schedule of courses, as well as descriptions for each.

Scholarships

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Project Kaihuwaʻa Scholarship Programs (KSPI and KSPII)
ECET majors may apply to the KSP that target low-income academically talented students with demonstrated financial need pursuing STEM degrees at UHMC. Students with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (for KSPI) or 2.5 (for KSPII) are eligible for the scholarships. Scholarships amounts of up to $10,000 per year follow the students until graduation.  Contact Program Coordinator Elisabeth Dubuit at edubuit@hawaii.edu for more information.

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Program Mission & SLOs