Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org
The electronics engineering technology curriculum provides instruction in the fundamentals of modern electronics theory, with emphasis on the application of theoretical principles to actual electronic devices, circuits, systems, design and fabrication. Graduates of the electronics engineering technology program are prepared to function effectively in several capabilities, including:
Research and Development Technologist - engages in the development, building and testing of new equipment in the areas of digital electronics, communication electronics and microelectronics.
Process Control Technologist - supervises the operation of automatic control equipment for industrial processes.
Field Engineering Specialist - installs, tests, and maintains equipment such as data processing machines and other electronic systems.
High Frequency Technologist - maintains and/or operates radar, sonar, and other warning detection and navigation devices. The program of study sheet for the Electronics Engineering Technology can be accessed using: Electronics Engineering Technology Advising Curriculum Grid