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Electrical Engineering Technology

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"Students not only learn electrical circuit concepts, they enjoy hands-on training through our robust lab experiences."
Dr. Matt Lawrence, Dept. Chair, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Technology
Program Advantages: 

Electrical/electronic engineering technology is the largest branch of engineering technology and includes a diverse range of sub-disciplines, such as applied design, electronics, embedded systems, control systems, instrumentation, telecommunications, and power systems. From the first semester of your first year, the two- and four-year electrical engineering technology programs will engage students in hands-on learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom.

Professional Outlook: 

2015 Median Salary: $61,130 Electrical Engineering Technician (AAS)
2015 Median Salary: $95,230 Electrical Engineer (BS)

Bureau of Labor Statistics
Contact: 
Matt Lawrence, PhD
607-587-4652
Pioneer Quotes: 

“The electrical engineering technology program helped to reinforce and expand upon skills that I had learned as a technician in the military. The hands-on aspect means that you get to spend as much time in a lab as in a classroom. It’s not enough to know how a system is supposed to work; you have to be able to fix it when it doesn’t.” -Matthew Porterfield, ’16