The Electronics Engineering Technology Program strives to ensure that graduates have the competence, skill, and expertise to develop practical designs and modifications for the implementation, operation, and production of complex systems to meet the ongoing needs of private and public industries.
Students who have completed the Math and Physics requirements can complete the BSEET degree in 2 years using the 2-year plan available HERE
For more information about the EET Program, please contact the program coordinator: Prof. Nathan Davis
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