ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
The Electrical Engineering Technology program prepares students for a variety of careers in technology, such as computing, networking, communications, process control and automation, robotics, biomedical, energy management, and transportation. The program develops knowledgeable and skilled technologists who can work with engineers and technicians to implement electronic designs and perform engineering tasks such as collecting, analyzing, and interpreting data, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting various electronic systems. Graduates will be able to continue their education at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) or at Purdue North Central (PNC) in a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology (BS-EET). Students can acquire the associate level Certified Electronics Technician (CET) certification.
Associate of Science (60 credit hours = 4 semesters)
The Associate of Science degree prepares you for transfer to a university to pursue a baccalaureate degree. The Associate of Science degree in Electrical Engineering Technology transfers to several Indiana public colleges and universities.
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Your advisor will help you select electives for your program. Statewide electives, Transfer General Education Core (TGEC) electives, and Transfer Cluster electives vary by degree.
To find out information about your transfer options to public and private universities, contact your academic advisor or the Transfer Office at your local Ivy Tech campus. You are also encouraged to contact the university in which you plan to transfer.
NOTE: The number of credits required for a degree or certificate is based on students who are program-ready and does not include College Prep courses. Availability of degrees and certificates varies by campus.
The Electrical Engineering program is offered at the following Ivy Tech campuses:
Central Indiana (Indianapolis)
East Central (Anderson)
North Central (South Bend)
For more information contact Rahim Negahban, Associate Professor/ Program Chair at 574-289-7001, ext. 5396 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wabash Valley (Terre Haute)