Electronics Engineering Technology
What You Will Learn
This program provides you with the skills, experience and knowledge to produce working designs and electronic systems.
You'll gain experience in applied labs that have state-of-the-art analog, digital, renewable energy and automation equipment.
EET faculty are developing and teaching new curriculum in renewable energy with a focus on photovoltaic systems.
Senior project classes give you the opportunity for a real-life experience in designing, building and troubleshooting a system.
Starting salaries vary depending on the region, workplace and skill level. Graduates with bachelor's degrees typically start at $40,000 to $55,000 per year, while graduates with associate's degrees can expect starting salaries ranging from $30,000 to $40,000 per year.
Graduates with associate's degrees are qualified for a variety of positions in industry, particularly in testing, troubleshooting and manufacturing.
Graduates with bachelor's degrees find positions in production design and development, manufacturing engineering,
field engineering, test engineering, process controls and project management.
Graduates work for companies such as Autoliv, Boeing, FAA, Hill Air Force Base and a number of smaller companies.
For more employment information please contact Kim Ealy.