Bachelor - Electronics Engineering Technology

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Would you like to learn to assemble various electronics products and systems? At ECPI University, you could pursue the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology with a concentration in Electronics Engineering Technology. Continue reading for details about the program.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Kind of Program Is It?

The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology with a concentration in Electronics Engineering Technology program at ECPI University is designed to teach you how to install and repair telecommunications equipment. As you study topics such as industrial applications, circuit analysis, and digital communications, you might develop the competencies needed to evaluate and resolve engineering technology problems and to oversee technical projects. In addition, you could learn computer programming and data acquisition techniques. Upon completing the program, you could seek opportunities serving as a professional conduit between electronics engineers and technicians. This program is offered online and at select ECPI University campuses.

What Are the Prerequisites?

Prior to enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology with a concentration in Electronics Engineering Technology program at ECPI University, you must have a high school diploma or GED. Technical abilities and good manual dexterity are required of applicants to this program. You should also possess critical-thinking, mathematical, and communication skills.

What Are the Course Requirements?

The program consists of 124 semester credit hours. You could complete the program in approximately 2.5 years if you are a year-round student. The course requirements are outlined below.

Core Curriculum Courses

Course Code Course Title
CIS 121 Logic & Design
CIS 126 Programming I
CIS 150 Networking I
CIS 151 Networking II
EET 110 Electric Circuits I
EET 111 Electric Circuits II
EET 111L Electric Circuits LAB
EET 120 Semiconductor Devices
EET 121 Electronic Systems Applications
EET 130 Digital Systems I
EET 230 Digital Systems II
EET 230L Digital Systems LAB

Arts & Sciences Courses

Course Code Course Title
CAP 480 Arts & Sciences Capstone
COM 110 Principles of Speech
ENG 110 English Composition
ENG 120 Advanced Composition
HUM 205 Culture & Diversity
MTH 131 College Algebra
MTH 200

PHY 120
PHY 120L Physics LAB
PSY 105 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 220 Positive Psychology

Self-Integration & Computer Literacy Courses

Course Code Course Title
CIS 106 Introduction to Operating Systems
COR 090 Career Orientation Seminar
FOR 110 Essentials for Success
IST 120 Computer Applications

Electronics Engineering Technology Concentration Courses

Course Code Course Title
EET 220 Industrial Applications
EET 221L Instrumentation & Measurement LAB
EET 250 Computer Configuration I
EET 251 Computer Configuration II
EET 251L Computer Configuration II LAB
EET 252 Data Communications & Networking
EET 280 Introduction to Communication Systems
EET 282 Wireless Security
EET 301 Special Topics in Engineering Technology
EET 310 Circuit Analysis
EET 380 Digital Communications I
EET 430 Microcontrollers
EET 430L Microcontrollers LAB
Various Electives You must complete 19 credits of elective courses

What Could I Do After I Graduate?

Career Opportunities

Following graduation, you could explore career opportunities in the public and private sectors. Specifically, employment could be sought within aerospace, manufacturing, and education industries. You might pursue positions such as the following at the entry level:

  • Product Engineer
  • Engineering Consultant
  • Project Manager
  • Electrical Engineering Technologist

Advanced Degrees

You could prepare to pursue leadership roles in the field of electronics engineering by studying for a graduate degree. Field-related doctoral degree programs could include studies in nanotechnology, photonics, electromagnetics, and signal processing. Programs to which you could apply include:

  • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
  • Master of Science in Engineering Technology with a concentration in:
    • Electronics