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Are you fascinated by circuits, control systems and the other essential electrical equipment that maintains our way of life? Would you like to be part of a technical team tasked with maintaining systems and processes, from business operations to public utilities? Have you considered pursuing a career in the electrical engineering field? A technology-oriented bachelor’s degree could be for you. Find the education you need to achieve your goals with an electronic engineering degree from Bryant & Stratton College.
The Electronics Technology Degree Program You’ve Been Looking For
With a bachelor’s degree in electronic engineering technology from Bryant & Stratton College, students gain the necessary skills for advanced industry work in a number of electronics fields. Thanks to a mix of classroom and laboratory work, students of the electronic engineering technology bachelor’s degree develop the technical skills and abilities to handle analog and digital electronics, embedded software and hardware applications and automatic and quality control.
Graduates have the ability to pursue career opportunities in military, industrial, mechanical and commercial environments thanks to the technical skills developed by the degree. Positions in sustaining engineering, field and application engineering, digital signal processing, production quality control and test engineering are just some of the career opportunities available to students of the electronic engineering technology bachelor’s degree.
The electrical technology degree program at Bryant & Stratton College prepares students with the ability to:
Graduates with an electronic engineering technology bachelor’s degree may find employment as an electronics technician or electronics engineering technician. They may work in the telecommunications, electronic component manufacturing, or engineering services industries to design, develop, test, manufacture and repair electrical equipment or systems. This industry will continue to evolve as new technologies become more commonplace.
Major Requirements for this BS in electronics engineering program (66 credits)
To learn more about the courses for the Electronic Engineering Technology bachelor's degree, please consult our course catalog.
There will always be a need for technical team professionals with an education in everything electrical—from electrical equipment and circuits to control systems and processes. The right electronic engineering degree can help you go far. Are you ready to make your mark in the electrical engineering field? Bryant & Stratton College is here to help. Get the conversation started here.