Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology
Our bachelor's degree program in electrical engineering technology (EET) blends minds-on theory with hands-on applications to develop the knowledge and skills required to design, develop, modify, troubleshoot, maintain, calibrate and repair electrical and electronic systems.
Thanks to the "hands-on" nature of the EET program, you will be better prepared to analyze and solve many of the problems found in electronic-related industries. Cal U's EET program was designed with only one goal in mind: to prepare you for success.
After graduation, you will have the skills necessary to:
- Think critically to assess and evaluate complex technical and non-technical problems in a corporate environment and communicate effectively in oral, written, visual and graphical modes at a level expected of industry employers.
- Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, techniques and application of modern tools in the electrical engineering technology discipline, including the ability to use appropriate laboratory and test equipment.
- Perform ethically and professionally in business, industry and society.
- Analyze, design and implement analog and microprocessor systems through a blend of theoretical and practical methods and to apply microprocessor-based technology to solve technical problems.
Upon successful completion of this program, you will have an extensive background in electrical engineering technology, including the knowledge and technical skills needed to install, maintain, calibrate and repair sophisticated electrical and electronic systems; the computer skills to solve complex problems by writing computer programs; and the communication skills to prepare and present clear, concise, accurate technical reports.
The EET program received accreditation through the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET. All graduates from the electrical engineering technology program will receive accredited degrees. Seniors and graduates from an ABET-accredited program are eligible to sit for a pre-licensing Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam.
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