The Electronic Engineering Technology program prepares graduates as entry-level technicians. Students will become proficient in the theoretical and practical applications associated with electronic devices, instrumentation controls, and systems.
Graduates work as technicians and sales representatives in the field of electronic instrumentation and computer repair. Typical employers in the electronic career are machine and instrumentation manufacturers; electronic service companies; communication industries; electronic media; and electronic sales.
It is the student’s choice whether or not to inform the Department Chairperson of a pregnancy. If a student chooses not to do so, no accommodations can be made regarding the student’s internship assignment or program of study. Students who choose to disclose their pregnancy should contact the Department Chair.
Rick Fornes, Department Chairperson
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