Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technology (Bachelor’s Degree)
In the field of electrical and electronic engineering technology, the principles and theories of science, applied engineering, and mathematics are used to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection and maintenance.
This bachelor's degree builds on knowledge and skills developed in the associate degree program.
Core curriculum provides a firm foundation in the areas of:
- electric circuits
- basic electronics
- applied microcontrollers, communications, power, controls and instrumentation circuits
- engineering technology principles
- laboratory practice
- applied mathematics
- are dedicated to undergraduate teaching
- are innovative and interactive
- bring their extensive engineering practice experience into the classroom
Experience electrical and electronic engineering technology firsthand in our labs:
- Circuits Laboratory
- Electronics Laboratory
- Control System Laboratory
- Digital Circuits Laboratory
The computers in our labs contain industry-grade software used in the design, simulation, construction, and programming of circuits.
Gain practical professional experience through UA's optional internship and co-op programs. Participation gives you firsthand, on-the-job training in the electrical and electronic engineering technology field of your choice.
Several area companies, such as Expert Crane, Ward Jet and FirstEnergy, like to hire EEET students on a part-time basis, even before they have finished work on their bachelor’s degrees.
Interact with other engineering technology students and professionals in the field through organizations such as:
- Tau Alpha Pi (engineering and science technology honor society)
- Electronic Engineering Technology Association
- SAE Formula Electric
- National Society of Black Engineers
- Women in Engineering
- Increasing Diversity in Engineering Academics
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