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Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

College of Education and Professional Studies

CWU EET Program

Program Mission

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.

 

What's the difference between EET and EE?

The addition of the term "technology" to EE programs essentially means that EET students take fewer upper division math courses and focus more on hands-on applications less commonly found in EE programs.  By no means does this make one version better than the other, they're just structured slightly different. Graduates from both EE and EET programs have successful careers in the engineering disciplines.  The graphic below shows the differences (and similarities) in electrical fields.

 

 

Further Information

Transfer Students:  Please review the EET Transfer Policy

For more information about the EET Program, send an email to eet@cwu.edu

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