Electronics Engineering Technology

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Electronics Engineering Technology

Hands-On Training to Master Electronic Engineering

Our program balances theory and practical application to help you design, test, analyze, operate, and troubleshoot complex electronic systems.

You'll be provided with hands-on training including experience with LabView®, a graphic-based programming language used by many of the major technology-based employers for data acquisition, process control, and automated test instrumentation.

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Kirkwood is the affordable option! We offer more than $3 million in scholarships every year. 

Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant.

During your Electronics Engineering Technology courses you'll you learn to:

  • Build and troubleshoot analog, digital, and RF circuits.
  • Compare and contrast the concepts of electronic communication transmission and reception.
  • On a PC, perform operations such as data analysis, circuit simulation, and report writing.
  • Write, compile, and execute a structured high-level program such as C or LabVIEW.
  • Exhibit professional conduct such as teamwork, punctuality, reliability, participation, and the proper use of language.
  • Apply principles of mathematics and physics to solve electronic and engineering problems.
  • Perform and record measurements of complex electronic circuits.

A one-hour program conference is required prior to acceptance to the program. You'll learn more about the program, specific admissions requirements and have the opportunity to have questions answered by program faculty and staff.

Program Requirements

To get into the Electronics Engineering Technology program, you must complete the following, in addition to Kirkwood’s steps to become a student:

  • Attend a program conference
  • Placement test score requirement
    A 22 percent or higher is required on the ALEKS math placement test. Learn more about ALEKS here.

 

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If you plan on continuing your education, you can transfer more than 40 EET credit hours to UNI toward a B.S. in Electrical and Information Engineering Technology.

The curriculum may also be modified to maximize credits transferable to BSEE and BSETT degree programs.

EET graduates may also seek certification by the Electronics Technicians Association, International Inc.

We train you for identified electronic industry needs so you'll be ready for many career opportunities in your field.

  • Electronics Lab Technician
  • Electronics Test Technician
  • Field Service Technician
  • Biomedical Electronic Technician
  • Avionics Technician
  • Technical Writer
  • Electronic Design Technician
  • Controls Technician
  • Securty Systems Technician
  • Radio Communications Technician
  • Component Tect Technician

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To provide technical hands-on training to meet identified electronic industry needs.



Questions?

Industrial Technologies
101 Jones Hall
319-398-4983
indtech@kirkwood.edu