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Studying Electronics Engineering Technology at Weber State

Weber State’s electronics engineering technology degree offers techy students with a love for electronics the skills to start their career producing and designing electronics systems.

Electronics Engineering Technology Highlights

While earning your degree in electronics engineering technology, you can take courses to qualify for your Solar Photovoltaic Systems Institutional Certificate.

Beyond the Classroom

As an electronics engineering technology major, your senior project classes will give you the opportunity to design, build and troubleshoot a system.

You can also gain real-life experience through internship opportunities.

 

Jayson Harames

Class of 2019

As an older student and already working in the electronics industry as a hardware engineer, I appreciated that the faculty respected my time and tried to make sure that the subject material being taught was relevant and valuable. The EET program at Weber State University teaches practical application of electronics in an engaging environment.”

What You’ll Learn at Weber

The electronics engineering technology curriculum focuses on producing and designing electronics systems, including DC and AC circuits, photovoltaic systems and more.

In this major, you’ll also gain experience in applied labs that have state-of-the-art analog, digital, renewable energy and automation equipment.

 

What You Can Do after Weber

Electronics engineering technology graduates find positions in the following areas:

  • Production design and development
  • Manufacturing engineering
  • Field engineering
  • Test engineering
  • Process controls
  • Project management

Graduates work for companies such as:

  • Autoliv
  • Boeing
  • FAA
  • Hill Air Force Base

 

Career & Salary Outlook

Common careers for electronics engineering technology graduates in the U.S. and Utah
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Faculty Perspective

  • Fred Chiou

    "The electronics engineering technology program provides you with the skills, experience and knowledge to produce working designs and electronic systems. Students will gain experience in applied labs that have state-of-the-art analog, digital, renewable energy and automation equipment."

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