Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology

Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology

Credits Required for Graduation: 

Program Overview

Engineering technicians work closely with engineers to build, operate, program, test, troubleshoot, maintain and help design electrical equipment and/or computerized control systems. Salaries are high and technicians are in demand. Become a technician after graduation or transfer to the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) or the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse (UW-L) to achieve even higher income earning potential and cutting edge skills.

This program offers two areas of concentration with the entire first year curriculum and several second year courses in common.



Option 1: Emphasis in Electrical Engineering Technology

Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology - EET

Option 2: Emphasis in Computer Engineering Technology

Electrical & Computer Engineering Technology - CET