Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology (EET)

Program graduates are equipped with knowledge and skills in the high demand technical fields of computer systems, microelectronics, communication systems and electric power distribution. Graduates obtain careers as Electronic Design Engineers, Field Service Engineers, Senior Engineer Technicians, Application Engineers, and Sales Engineers. The flexible online EET program combines the analytical approach of engineering with practical skills using modern technology to solve real-world problems. Using an understanding of theory and mathematics, along with laboratory experimentation, program graduates are responsible for the design, implementation and application of electronic, computer and power systems.

Delivery Method


Admission Requirements

  • Minimum GPA 2.0/4.0

  • Technical background

  • Off-campus admission application accompanied by a $40.00 fee

  • Official transcripts for all prior coursework

Transfer Policy

Transfer credit is generally accepted from regionally accredited institutes of higher learning, CLEP, and DANTES.

Special Characteristics

An innovative component of the EET online classes is the "hands-on" experience that students will obtain throughout each course. Students utilize a suite of portable test instruments and software simulation in conjunction with online videos, lectures, software simulations and reading material to re-enforce theory and build practice skills valued in the workforce.

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