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Electrical Engineering Technology A.S. Program Requirements

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Associate in Science Degree with a Major in Electrical Engineering Technology

Students in the electrical engineering technology A.S. program study humanities, science, and mathematics to satisfy core curriculum requirements of the University. They study additional science and mathematics to satisfy general requirements of the Department of Natural Sciences and Engineering Technology.

Building upon this foundation, students complete additional technical course work that develops the specialized knowledge and skills needed to practice electrical engineering. This course work includes electives that provide study in the areas of digital electronics and electrical power.

The program guide shows the courses and credits needed to complete an A.S. degree in electrical engineering technology.