- The EET program will not consider any time conflicts greater than ten minutes, for approval. (8-14-2002)
- The students in the EET program shall provide their own solderless breadboards for use during laboratory experiments. ( 2-5-2003 replaces inactive policy from 1980's and 8-14-2002)
- These shall be of a quality that has a backing board and a minimum of three binding posts. (For example: 3M solderless bread board model 309). Breadboards without solid backing fail over time allowing the components to fall out the back and have caused short circuits. It is to the student's advantage to own his or her own breadboard and not to use one burned and abused by fellow students.
- Students are encouraged (not required) to purchase the components used in the Electronics I and II courses to aid in building their own supplies used in other classes such as Senior Project I and II. (1990's)
- Professors shall have the right to fail students that do not have the prerequisites for a course, or a wavier of prerequisite from professor. (1990)
- The program allows credit by exam however we do not allow Portfolio Assessment under terms of our accreditation.