Electronic Engineering Technology
Associate in Applied Science
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About the Program
The Electronic Engineering Technology program is an exciting and dynamic field of study that prepares students for a career in the fast-paced and constantly evolving field of electronics. This program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles and practices of electronic engineering, as well as hands-on experience with the latest tools and technologies.
What can I do with this degree?
Potential Careers & Wages
Successful graduates secure positions as test equipment designers, quality assurance and reliability specialists, sales and service professionals, control system technicians, medical equipment experts, or as part of a manufacturing support team.
Students should meet with an Academic Advisor to develop a clear pathway leading to a seamless transfer experience or transition to the workforce. For additional possibilities that may require an advanced degree or certification, make an appointment with an Academic Advisor.
Most EET classes include a hands-on laboratory component taught by instructors with experience. Students will learn how to use electronic test equipment like oscilloscopes, function generators, and digital multimeters.
Graduates have the option to pursue a baccalaureate from Northern Illinois University and other select universities. Students are advised to contact the institution to which they plan to transfer to assess course transfer credit availability.
RVC & NIU offer two options for students to complete their Bachelors degree in this area:
- B.S. Technology in Applied Manufacturing Technology (online)
- B.S. Mechanical Engineering (at RVC's Main Campus)
See your Academic Advisor for more information.