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Electrical engineering technology (ELET) graduates find employment in many sectors of the economy. Almost any aspect of electric instrumentation, power generation and distribution, computer applications and networking, or consumer electronics has a need for graduates with an understanding of the applications of electrical technology.
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology is designed to meet the academic needs of individuals who currently hold the Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in an appropriate field of study, such as Electrical, Mechanical, or Computer Engineering Technology. The ELET program is accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
The electrical engineering technology program is offered as a part-time, degree completion program for working adults and is identical to the on-campus program for the program content, objectives and outcomes.
All distance education courses are available online with the exception of required laboratories which must be completed on-campus during the summer. During the summer 10-week session, classes meet on five Saturdays usually every other one from 8am - 5PM.
Graduates of the program will learn critical skills for positions in the field of electrical engineering. Career examples include but are not limited to:
Systems Administrator for Networked Computer Systems • Systems Design for a Telecommunications Company • Avionics Control Systems for Aircraft Programs • Applications Design Building Power-Control Systems.