Electronics Engineering Technology

20860 - 68 Credits

This degree will prepare you for a career exploring some of the most exciting technologies of the 21st Century. Laser technologies used in surgery and micromachining miniature medical parts; photonics systems powered with the latest electro-optical components and circuits; fiber optic networks and systems carrying internet data, video and voice; wireless networks, devices and infrastructure that enable access to all media types in any location; robotic systems used in industrial automation, and advanced instrumentation and control of food, chemical, or mining industries are among the fields available to graduates from this program.

The demand for technicians in these new technology fields is at all-times high. Starting salaries for entry-level technicians are higher than the national average. The Electronics Engineering Technology degree offers specialization options in lasers and photonics, robotics and industrial automation, process control, computer technology, telecommunication, and solar energy.