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Electronic Engineering Technology Degree Program

BS Electronic Engineering Technology

Electrify Your Career

 *Available in Ohio Only*

The Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology (B.S.E.E.T.) program prepares students for advanced industrial work in a variety of electronics fields. Computer solutions in electronics applications are emphasized through extensive hands-on training and exercises with current industrial software and hardware tools. Students receive focused tutoring in small groups on embedded software and hardware applications, industrial and power electronics, programmable logic devices, MATLAB®, and C++ programming, as well as simulation tools such as Multisim. Training is also provided in the related electronics fields of Automatic Control and Quality Control.

Students accepted into the B.S.E.E.T. program must first have an Associate’s Degree in Electronic Technology from an accredited postsecondary institution. All applications and the acceptance of transfer credit will be reviewed by the Dean at Bryant & Stratton College. Students applying to the B.S.E.E.T. program may be required to complete additional studies in order to enroll in selected courses.

The B.S.E.E.T. program prepares graduates with advanced technical skills for potential employment in a variety of capacities in military, industrial and commercial environments. These may include roles in sustaining engineering, field and application engineering, product management, quality control engineering and technical support.

Skills You'll Learn
1 Communicate with clients, analyze client requirements and recommend appropriate actions.
2 Demonstrate proficient mathematical and communication skills.
3 Employ information literacy skills through the effective use of technology and information resources to achieve project goals.
4 Get hands-on training with the latest hardware and software.
5 Personal tutoring in programmable logic devices, C++ programming, simulation tools and more.
6 Transfer knowledge from life lessons and formal instruction to new situations as evidence of relational learning.
7 Utilize technical skills, abilities and knowledge to improve existing systems and design new systems.
Electronic Engineering Technology
Jobs in Electronic Engineering Technology
Operations Manager $30,721 avg. starting salary
Source: Bryant & Stratton College
2011-12 Placement Report
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