Offered at Main Campus
Electronic Engineering Technology is a 21-month (seven-term) program that focuses on preparing electronic engineering technicians for industry. The program includes the nine-month (three-term) Electronic Technician diploma program, plus 12 months (four terms) of additional concentration in the major. Students will learn electrical and electronic design software, engineering and design principles, fiber optics and advanced communications systems used in various applications and industries, including telecommunications, broadcasting, aeronautics, medicine, industrial control, information processing and networking. PLTW (Project Lead the Way) engineering technician courses are included in this program.
Students meeting all program and graduation requirements receive an Associate of Applied Science degree. This major may be entered at the beginning of the Fall and Spring terms.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Have an understanding of electronic theory.
- Have understanding, demonstrate, construct, troubleshoot, and evaluate electronic circuit techniques.
- Define, identify, examine, develop, and evaluate typical communications circuits.
- Recognize, operate, and mange electronic test equipment including RF test equipment.
- Understand, evaluate, test, troubleshoot, and construct communications networks.
- Utilize mathematics and physics concepts in design applications.
- Utilize soft skills in a team environment.
- Define, explain, illustrate and evaluate engineering design.
- Identify, analyze, and evaluate technologies used in engineering.
Program Total: 79 Credits