The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology provides knowledge and experience with electronics technology and applications in computer systems design, research and development, manufacturing and testing.
The Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) program produces highly trained engineering technology professionals who work as team members with engineers and scientists. Our graduates apply scientific and engineering knowledge with technical skills to make professional judgments.
The Bachelor of Applied Science degree is designed to combine:
- Specialized vocational and technical course credits earned in an Associate of Applied Science degree, and
- Credits earned in a planned program of studies that demonstrate a specific area of vocational or technical emphasis
This program simplifies transferring credits from technical or vocational institutions, community colleges, and Community College of the Air Force or appropriate military technical coursework.
The applied science program strives to provide students with a relevant education taught by experienced professional faculty members in modern laboratories and small classes.
The Electronics Engineering Technology program offers students opportunities to prepare for careers in electronics technology, computer technology and related areas.
Close faculty-student relationships in the laboratories and classrooms are encouraged to make learning easier. The learning environment, competent staff and modern laboratories produce graduates who can compete successfully in the following fields:
- Electrical power
- Other challenging related fields