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Electronics Engineering Technology

Electronics, computers, communications, automation and control systems, electric powers, and other areas of engineering and technology.

What Do Electronics Engineers and Technologists Do?

  • Analyze and design electric circuits, micro-computer systems;
  • Design controls systems;
  • Establish analog and digital communication systems;
  • Utilize electric motors in various applications;
  • Monitor and analyze electrical power systems

Coursework

After completing required initial sequences in electronics, physics and calculus, you will begin working with more advanced topics such as digital circuits, microcomputers, programming, embedded systems, communications, controls and powers.

All major courses have a laboratory where students practice hand-on skills.

Degree Options

There is one Bachelor of Science (BS) degree available with this major.

The degree is also the only ABET-accredited B.S. program in Mississippi. (ABET is a nonprofit, non-governmental organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.)

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Outcomes

The jobs that are suitable to EET students are process engineer, physical scientist, quality engineer, electrical engineer, associate engineer, engineering tech, senior tech support, system tech, project engineer, communications tech, and controls engineer.

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