Electronics Engineering Technology

As an electronics engineering technology (EET) student, you'll prepare for a wide range of practical electronic jobs ranging from circuit analysis to digital design, control and robotics. You'll study circuit design and stimulation, network analysis and synthesis, transmission lines, micro-system design, and fiber optic communications. You can take additional electives to specialize in area such as communications, computer design, control theory, micro-controllers, and telecommunications. As a result, you'll find it easy to keep up with the constant advances in the industry.