Electronics Engineering Technology

The Division of Engineering and Facilities Technologies

About the Program

The Associate of Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) at TCI College is an accredited degree program that gives you the technical and managerial tools you need for a career in design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and/or maintenance of electrical/electronic(s) systems.

With faculty experienced in aircraft equipment design and maintenance, in this two-year program, you’ll:

  • Learn to apply the techniques, skills, knowledge, and modern tools of electronic engineering technology.
  • Gain well-honed skills in identifying, analyzing and solving electronic engineering technology problems in today’s workplace.
  • Improve your critical thinking and analytical skills through written, oral and graphical communication in order to function effectively as a team member in both technical and nontechnical environments.
  • Conduct standard tests and measurements, as well as analyze and interpret experiments and identify and use technical literature.
  • Benefit from convenient, flexible schedules that fit your busy life.
  • Access financial aid to make earning your electronics engineering degree more affordable than you thought.

Advance Your Career—or Your Education
TCI College graduates who earn their Associate of Electronics Engineering go on to careers as PC technicians, network consultants, electronic technicians, electronic sales associates and field service technicians. Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC of ABET), this program also provides graduates with the required academic background to continue toward a bachelor’s degree in engineering.

Electronics engineering technology student Angel Nunez is confident that the hands-on experience and mentoring he’s receiving at TCI will help him succeed in his chosen field. The Bronx resident is on track to graduate with an associate degree in December 2016.

How did you know TCI was the right school for you? TCI offered the courses that I was looking for, and I knew they would provide the hands-on opportunity most other colleges couldn’t offer.

What career are you looking to build? I’m looking to build a career in electronics or business management where my employer has complete trust that I can complete even the hardest tasks they need, so I can progress well.

How will you apply the skills you’ve learned here toward your future employment? Like any other job I’ve had before, I would always want to work at my full potential. I’m sure that what I am learning here—especially in my electronics engineering classes—will be the perfect match for what I need to succeed in my desired job.

You say your teachers at TCI have influenced you the most. How so? The teachers here have a wealth of knowledge. They know about electronics engineering careers and how what I am learning is applied in the real world. They’ve also helped build my confidence. Unlike before, I’m not ashamed to answer a question and to ask a question and expect to be answered.

What is your greatest accomplishment? Signing up for college. I never thought that I would actually be attending college.

About the Program

The Associate of Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) at TCI College is an accredited degree program that gives you the technical and managerial tools you need for a career in design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and/or maintenance of electrical/electronic(s) systems.

With faculty experienced in aircraft equipment design and maintenance, in this two-year program, you’ll:

  • Learn to apply the techniques, skills, knowledge, and modern tools of electronic engineering technology.
  • Gain well-honed skills in identifying, analyzing and solving electronic engineering technology problems in today’s workplace.
  • Improve your critical thinking and analytical skills through written, oral and graphical communication in order to function effectively as a team member in both technical and nontechnical environments.
  • Conduct standard tests and measurements, as well as analyze and interpret experiments and identify and use technical literature.
  • Benefit from convenient, flexible schedules that fit your busy life.
  • Access financial aid to make earning your electronics engineering degree more affordable than you thought.

Advance Your Career—or Your Education
TCI College graduates who earn their Associate of Electronics Engineering go on to careers as PC technicians, network consultants, electronic technicians, electronic sales associates and field service technicians. Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC of ABET), this program also provides graduates with the required academic background to continue toward a bachelor’s degree in engineering.

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