The Educational Objective of the Electronics Engineering Technology program is to produce graduates that are able to:
1. Design, develop, install, and maintain analog, digital, control, and communication systems.
2. Actively participate in teams and convey technical knowledge through written, visual, and oral methods.
3. Move into supervisory positions or continue with advanced technical work within an appropriate amount of time following program completion.
4. Exhibit a commitment throughout their career to professional ethics and social awareness.
To support the Educational Objectives the following Program Outcomes are expected of all students upon graduation:
a. Demonstrate a fundamental mastery of the knowledge, techniques, and skills used in analog, digital, and electrical circuits.
b. Apply current knowledge and adapt to emerging applications of technology.
c. Understand how to conduct, analyze, and interpret virtual and physical experiments in analog, digital, and electrical circuits.
d. Understand the fundamentals of creative problem solving and apply them to circuits and systems.
e. Function effectively on teams and apply project management techniques to electronic systems.
f. Identify, analyze, and solve analog, digital, and electrical problems.
g. Demonstrate professional written, oral, and graphical communication skills.
h. Understand the need for life long learning.
i. Understand professional, ethical, and social responsibilities.
j. Understand the importance of diversity as it relates to professional, societal, and global issues.
k. Understand the importance of goals, quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.