Do you have a passion for electronics and understanding how they work? Learn how to design, build, test, and improve electronic systems and devices in Troy University’s Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology program. In this unique program, you’ll learn the theoretical foundations of electronics engineering and conduct modern laboratory experiments in the areas of electronic circuits, devices, robotics and automation. With an electronics engineering technology degree from TROY, you’ll be positioned to innovate within the field and engage in lifelong learning to grow continuously in your career.
At TROY, you’ll learn engineering from experts in electronics engineering committed
to your success. Our program features small class sizes, with an average student-to-faculty
ratio of 8:1. This format allows direct, one-on-one interaction with faculty members.
It also ensures your professors can track your progress and provide personal guidance
for your future career path and goals.
You’ll also benefit from industry connections and internship opportunities at some of the country’s leading companies and laboratories. Previous student internship locations have included Lockheed Martin, Johnson Outdoors, Brundidge Electronics and the U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory.
Upon graduation, you’ll have the background to become an electronics engineer or technician in numerous contexts, including communications, manufacturing, navigation, electronic components design, and research and development.
Troy University professors continually make advancements in their respective fields, most recently with Dr. Raj Vinnakota’s acceptance of a $161,597 grant from the National Science Foundation to further research building a device that would allow for faster data recording and processing at the photon level. Faster speeds would allow for improvements in optical computing and optical information processing across multiple applications.Read More