Electrical Engineering Technology: Electronics, B.S.

About the Program

Electrical engineering technologists who specialize in electronics are employed in the design, testing, fabrication, and application of solid-state circuits and systems (both digital and analog), communication systems, and control systems. This includes consumer products, as well as industrial electronics and computer equipment.

*Evening study available.

Admissions Requirements

Career Information

Program Requirements

Intellectual Foundations Requirements1 39–66 cr

Major Requirements 48 cr
ENT 300 Analytical Methods for Technologists
ENT 301 Mechanics I
ENT 302 Mechanics II
ENT 331 Electrical Circuits and Devices I
ENT 341 Electronics
ENT 342 Networks
ENT 351 Analog Electronics
ENT 352 Digital Electronics
ENT 371 Electric Machines
ENT 431 Digital Systems I
ENT 432 Microprocessors
ENT 441 Communication Transmission Technology
ENT 442 RF and Microwave Communications
ENT 461 Control Systems I
ENT 462 Control Systems II
ENT 465 Electrical Design
Electives1 16–28 cr

1The following accreditation requirements can be included in the Intellectual Foundations requirements and electives:
CHE 101 or CHE 111
CHE 102 or CHE 112
CIS 151
MAT 110 or MAT 124
MAT 126 or MAT 161
MAT 127 or MAT 162
PHY 107 or PHY 111
PHY 108 or PHY 112
SPC 205

Total Required Credit Hours 124 cr

The Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org