Start your career in electronics
The SBBCollege associate level Electronic Engineering Technology degree program prepares students for entry-level electronic technician positions in businesses and the government in electronic equipment design, installation, servicing, and operation.
The electronic engineering technology degree program provides a core foundation of knowledge in electronics and electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on both the theory and practical application of electronics engineering technology.
Electronic engineering technology degree courses include the study of basic electronic circuitry and components, computers and mincroprocessors, and data communication.
Graduates of the electronic engineering technology degree program will be able to install, maintain and troubleshoot electronic systems in an office or industrial setting. Career opportunities also exist in microelectronics manufacturing, field service, and integrated circuit layout design.
Study for this course at:
What Will I Learn?
Courses in the curriculum include:
- DC Electronics
- AC Electronics
- Solid State Electronics
- Integrated Electronics
- Introductory Programming with C
- Digital Electronics
- Electronic Communications
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (www.bls.gov), the overall job outlook for individuals with an associate's degree in electronic engineering technology is positive. Although growth rates will vary depending on occupational specialties, the employment for the field as a whole is expected to increase by three percent over the 10-year period of 2006-2016. This increase is somewhat slower than the national average for all occupations. Electronic engineering technicians work in various settings, including research, engineering, manufacturing and maintenance. They may use their skills to repair, test and evaluate a wide variety of electronic equipment.
Areas of opportunity include:
- Electrical engineering technician
- Electronic engineering technician
- Electronics installer and repairer
- Electro-mechanical engineering technicians
Industry areas include:
- Computer designing and manufacture
- Government departments
- Middle management engineering roles
Our admissions associates are ready to talk to you about how our electronic engineering technology degree program can help to shape your future career. They can discuss the program in detail, talk you through the application process and let you know about the finance options that are available.
We have programs that can meet your needs and suit your circumstances. Don’t delay; contact our admissions department now for more details about how SBBCollege can help you get started in a great career!
The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), requires postsecondary education institutions to distribute or make available consumer information, including graduation rates, median debt of graduates, and other important information.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Programs vary by campus location.
- Hands-on training
- Industry standard equipment and resources
- Financial aid for those who qualify
- Career planning assistance
- Job-placement assistance