Oregon Institute of TechnologyWilsonville CampusSTEM HST Courses

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Oregon Institute of Technology

Wilsonville Campus

STEM HST Courses

1.

Introduction to Engineering Program

The “Introduction to Engineering Program” is comprised of 6 courses designed to provide a solid
background in engineering at the university level and an overview of the different engineering
disciplines (software & embedded engineering, electrical & electr
onics engineering, renewable energy
engineering, and mechanical engineering). In this program, students learn 1) how to program in three
programming languages (C++, LabVIEW and MATLAB), 2) how to analyze and design digital circuits and
systems, 3) how to a
nalyze electrical circuits, 4) how to use renewable energy sources, and 5) how to
apply fundamental principles of mechanics of rigid bodies.

ENGR267
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Engineering Programming (LabVIEW & MATLAB Programming with Applications)

CST116
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C++ Programming I

EE13
1
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Digital Electronics I

EE221
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Electrical Circuits I

REE201
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Introduction to Renewable Energy Engineering

ENGR211
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Statics

2.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Emphasis

This emphasis area includes 6 courses which comprise the core curriculum of
electrical and electronics
engineering programs. This includes courses in electrical circuits, digital electronics with hardware
description languages, microcontroller engineering, computer and embedded engineering, and applied
programming for engineering
applications. The courses include a lab where students learn how to use
power supplies, signal generators, oscilloscopes and other test equipment to analyze and design their
electrical and electronics circuits and systems.

EE221
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Electrical Circuits I

EE
223
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Electrical Circuits II

EE131
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Digital Electronics I

EE133
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Digital Electronics II

ENGR267
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Engineering Programming

EE333
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Microcontroller Engineering

3.

Programming, Software, and Computer Systems Emphasis

This emphasis area is comprised of 5 course
s which are core to the curriculum of the software and
embedded systems engineering technology programs. This includes programing courses in C++,
computer architecture, unix, and applied programming for engineering applications.

CST116
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C++ Programming I

CST126
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C++ Programming II

CST130
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Computer Organization

CST240
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UNIX

ENGR267
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Engineering Programming

4.

Renewable Energy Engineering Emphasis

This emphasis area is comprised of 5 courses which are part of core to the curriculum of the renewable
energy
engineering program. The program includes an introductory course (REE201) which provides an
overview of all the renewable energy sources and the current state of the technology, as well core
engineering courses in electrical engineering, electrical power,
and applied programming. The courses
include a lab where students learn how to use engineering equipment to solve practical problems.

REE201
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Introduction to Renewable Energy

EE221
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Electrical Circuits I

EE223
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Electrical Circuits II

REE243
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Electrica
l Power

ENGR267
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Engineering Programming

5.

Health Science & Technology Emphasis

This emphasis area includes the university level sequence in Anatomy & Physiology (with laboratory)
which is a core requirement to all health science programs. Additionally, stu
dents get an overview of
different health science programs by taking the respective introductory courses: MT103
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Introduction
to Medical Imaging (required for Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Technology,
Radiologic Science, Echocardiography
, and Vascular Technology), CLS100
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Introduction to Clinical
Laboratory Sciences, and EMS115 & EMS151/2. Students completing the EMS 151/152 courses can sit
for the National Registry examination to receive the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certificat
ion.

BIO 231,232,233 Anatomy & Physiology I, II, III (Required in all Health Programs)

MT103 Introduction to Medical Imaging (Required in all Medical Imaging Programs)

CLS100 Introduction to Clinical Laboratory Science

EMS115 Introduction to Emergency
Medical Services (EMS)

EMS151,2 Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) I, II

6.

Mathematics & Science Emphasis

This emphasis area includes yearlong sequences in calculus, calculus
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based physics, and chemistry. All
engineering programs required these math and
physics courses.

MATH: Calculus I, II, IV, Differential Equations

PHYSICS: Physics I, II, III

CHEMISTRY: Chemistry I

7.

College Level General Education Emphasis

This emphasis area includes the writing, speech, humanities, and social science courses that are
core
requirements to all bachelor degree programs at Oregon Tech.

Writing: WRI 121, WRI 122, WRI 227 (Argumentative Writing, Technical Writing)

Speech: SPE 111, SPE 321 (Fundamentals of Speech, Small Group & Team Communications)

Humanities (9 credits) & S
ocial Science Courses (12 credits)
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Selected based on student
interest


For more information about Dual Credit and High School Transition Courses at Oregon Tech,
contact:

Marla Edge, Director of Academic Agreements:
marla.edge@oit.edu

Carleen Drago Starr, Dual Enrollment and Communication Coordinator in Wilsonville:
carleen.drago@oit.edu

Or visit the OIT website:
http://www.oit.edu/prospective
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students/academic
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agreements