Electronics Engineering Technology
Is TCI's Electronics Engineering program right for YOU?
All equipment, from trains to cell phones, is controlled by electronic circuits - making our EET graduates some of the most versatile employees.
EET graduates are often the first technical people to develop any type of new equipment. The first modern computers were developed by electronics engineers working with mathematicians, and today our graduates work closely with IT personnel to incorporate digital electronics into their design.
What You'll Get At TCI
The EET faculty members have worked in the industry for over 30 years and have been employed by firms such as Bell Labs, Grumman, Lucas Aerospace, and more. With experience in programs such as Apollo, OAO (Orbiting Astronomical Observatory) and aircraft equipment design and maintenance, TCI’s instructors have an enhanced ability to continually evaluate our EET program.
After Completing the Program
- apply your acquired technical education to any major industry: telecommunications, aerospace, entertainment, electrical power, computerized control systems, transportation, and others.
- analyze and design digital and analog electronic circuits.
- apply your in-depth understanding of major related subjects such as computer networking, computer programming, and microcontroller applications.
- learn about products of any discipline like entry level electronic technicians or engineering aides.
EET has ETAC/ABET accreditation which is a verification of its quality. ABET, Inc.*, is the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. Among the most respected accreditation organizations in the U.S., ABET has provided leadership and quality assurance in higher education for over 75 years.