Electrical Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science

The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET under the General Criteria and the Program Criteria for Electrical/Electronic(s) Engineering Technology and Similarly Named Programs.

This program provides the necessary preparation for positions in industry as engineering technologists. Graduates of the program are employed as field service engineers, application engineers, software engineers and technicians.



A minor is designed to supplement a student's major. The electronics minor works well for students majoring in Industrial Technologies. 

Electrical Technology

Associate of Applied Science

This two-year electronics curriculum leads to an associate of applied science degree in one of three concentrations: general electronics, industrial electrical, or electrical power technician.

This program requires you to pick one of the three concentrations listed below. The required classes for each concentration can be found in the program outline linked below. 

Laddering Opportunities: For students interested in pursuing a degree beyond the associate, the credits earned in this associate program are transferable to a baccalaureate degree program in Industrial Technologies, or Electrical Engineering Technology with little or no loss of credit. 


Electrical Power Technician

Graduates are sought by electrical power utilities, electrical power distribution companies, electrical power contractors, and manufacturers to fill positions in manufacture, construction, and maintenance in the electrical power distribution field. 

General Electronics

Graduates are sought by general electric work companies, electronics repair shops, manufacturers of related equipment, hospitals, educational facilities, and mining/paper companies to fill positions as electricians, field service technicians, electronic technicians, journeymen/electricians, and inventory controllers.

Industrial Electrical

Graduates from this program are sought by industries, paper mills, and other manufacturing/processing plants to fill positions as electricians, electrical maintenance technicians, or automation technicians.