About the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology
Prepare with the best
This unique program will introduce you to the theoretical foundations and modern laboratory experiments in the area of electronic circuits and devices. However, unlike the curriculum presented to students taking the academic path of a traditional engineer, your curriculum will focus on the foundational aspects of the field in order to prepare you to enter into the electronics hardware industry.
Designed for your success
As a student pursuing your bachelor’s in electronics engineering technology, you’ll be taught by knowledgeable and experienced faculty members and given access to modern instrumentation and a wide range of courses. Much of your coursework will put your training into action through engaging lab experiments. Every course the program offers has been designed with real-world application in mind and is led by knowledgeable, seasoned professionals who are excited to impart their understanding and skills to you and your classmates.
Embrace new opportunities
You’ll develop professional skills and academic competencies within the area of applied electronic sciences, become better prepared for electronics manufacturing and industry-related professions and be encouraged to create and use essential academic and operational resources for activities and research. TROY strongly believes in preparing students for success and promoting the desire for lifelong learning. This degree promotes these beliefs by providing students with opportunities to learn hands-on within their field of interest. You and your classmates will gain experience through electronics engineering industry internships working with professionals who can help prepare you for your chosen career. The relationships and experiences you gain through your internship will help bolster your resume as you prepare for post-graduation life.
Upon graduation, you’ll have the background needed to provide services to a variety of public agencies and institutions in areas such as:
- Audio and video equipment manufacturing
- Communications equipment manufacturing
- Manufacturing and reproducing magnetic and optical media
- Navigational, measuring, electromedical and control instruments manufacturing
- Semiconductor and other electronic component manufacturing