Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering Technology

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186 Jay Street
Voorhees Hall 733 (V-733)
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Email: electricaltelecomm
@citytech.cuny.edu

Phone: 718-260-5300

Fax: 718-254-8643

Welcome to the Department of Electrical & Telecommunications Engineering Technology

Fall 2021 ETET Department's Remote Advisement Schedule

November 11 Through December 3, 2021

Faculty

Day of the Week

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Prof. L. Geng   9am - 11am   9am - 11am 9am - 11am
Prof. A. Goykadosh 9am - 11am   9am - 11am    
Prof. A. Hossain   9am - 11am 3pm - 5pm 10am - 12pm  
Prof. M. Kalechman 10am - 12pm   10am - 12pm    
Prof. M. Kouar 3pm - 5pm   3pm - 5pm 12pm - 4pm  
Prof. H. Marandi 2pm - 4pm 2pm - 4pm 1pm - 3pm    
Prof. Z. Marantz 3pm - 5pm   1pm - 3pm 10am - 12pm  
Prof M. Razani   1pm - 3pm   12pm - 3pm 11am - 2pm
Prof. MA. Ummy   1pm - 3pm   1pm - 3pm 2m - 4pm
Prof. V. Vladutescu or call 1-347-341-2938 12pm - 2pm 10am - 12pm   9am - 11am  
Prof. X. Wei   3pm - 5pm   3pm - 5pm 3pm - 5pm

New York City College of Technology (City Tech) of the City University of New York is the largest public college of technology in the Northeast and it offers a variety of undergraduate degree programs. The Department of Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology (ETET) was one of the first and, is today one of the largest departments at City Tech.

Our Mission

The mission of the Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology department is to provide academic, technological, and cultural resources and experiences to the students of the programs we offer. High quality electrical engineering technology and telecommunications engineering technology programs are at the heart of the departmental mission. The department is dedicated to successfully educating students of diverse background and cultures for entry in the electrical and telecommunications engineering technology industries. Through excellence in teaching and innovative use of technology, the department is committed to supporting an open environment where learning, creativity, and personal growth can flourish, thus benefiting our students, our college, and our community.

The ETET department currently offers the following four degree programs, which are accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org:

AAS in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET)

AAS in Telecommunications Engineering Technology (TCET)

Bachelor of Technology in Telecommunications Engineering Technology (TCET)

Bachelor of Technology in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET)

These programs offer a choice of courses in a wide range of areas including embedded microcontrollers, power and controls, analog and digital electronics, communication circuits and systems, wireless communications, fiber-optic communications, and telecommunications network management. Coursework is applications-oriented, theoretical and hands-on experience is gained through lectures and laboratory experiences that are carefully integrated into the courses. In addition, EET and Telecom students benefit from the strong emphasis placed on the development of oral and written communication skills. Graduates are firmly rooted in modern technology using state of the art industrial equipment and are able to contribute immediately in the workplace as technologists with problem solving and design project experiences. A quality education and individual academic advising are continuously provided throughout the student's program of study.

As a City Tech student, you will benefit from:

  • A friendly atmosphere and individual attention
  • Modern, well-equipped labs that duplicate on-the-job conditions
  • Hands-on experience to analyze, design, test, and trouble-shoot in variety of areas
  • Outstanding faculty recruited from business, industry, the professions, and academia
  • A solid theoretical foundation in your chosen technology or career area

Annual Enrollment and Graduation Data

EET-AAS:

Academic Year Enrollment Year Total
Undergrad
Total
Grad
Degrees Awarded
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Associates Bachelors Masters Doctorates

2019-2020
FT 239 67 306
26
PT 71 61 132

2018-2019
FT 210 58 268
34
PT 61 62 123

2017-2018
FT 185 59 244
30
PT 67 63 130

2016-2017
FT 187 63 250
24
PT 67 55 122

2015-2016
FT 205 45 250
23
PT 81 66 147
  • Fall 2020 total enrollment is 181 students.

EET-BTech:

Academic Year Enrollment Year1 Total
Undergrad
Total
Grad
Degrees Awarded
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Associates Bachelors Masters Doctorates

2019-2020
FT 95 39 56 39 229
24
PT 24 7 26 53 110

2018-2019
FT 81 41 54 29 205
34
PT 24 8 24 50 106

2017-2018
FT 77 42 37 39 195
25
PT 27 7 27 37 98

2016-2017
FT 81 27 40 35 183
24
PT 21 9 14 31 75

2015-2016
FT 78 22 30 38 168
16
PT 18 7 14 25 64

1 Enrollment year is mapped to the following class standing: 1st = Freshman, 2nd = Sophomore, 3rd = Junior, 4th = Senior

  • Fall 2020 total enrollment is 319 students.

TCET-AAS:

Academic Year Enrollment Year Total
Undergrad
Total
Grad
Degrees Awarded
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Associates Bachelors Masters Doctorates

2019-2020
FT 6 4 10
1
PT 3 1 4

2018-2019
FT 13 5 18
8
PT 3 1 4

2017-2018
FT 13 7 20
4
PT 5 1 6

2016-2017
FT 18 3 21
11
PT 6 2 8

2015-2016
FT 11 10 21
8
PT 7 2 9
  • Fall 2020 total enrollment is 7 students.

TCET-BTech:

Academic Year Enrollment Year Total
Undergrad
Total
Grad
Degrees Awarded
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Associates Bachelors Masters Doctorates

2019-2020
FT 6 4 9 8 27
6
PT 3 1 3 11 18

2018-2019
FT 13 5 11 10 39
17
PT 3 1 1 16 21

2017-2018
FT 13 7 7 13 40
12
PT 5 1 11 12 29

2016-2017
FT 18 3 10 11 42
22
PT 6 2 4 27 39

2015-2016
FT 11 10 7 17 45
14
PT 7 2 5 30 44
  • Fall 2020 total enrollment is 32 students.