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Electronics Engineering Technology, AAS


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Program Start Date: Any Term
Minimum Program Length: 74 academic weeks; 5 terms day; 68 Credits
Curriculum Code: 35310

Program Description

Electronics Engineering Technology students gain skills necessary to assist engineers in designing, building, installing and testing electronic, computer, power and telecommunication equipment. They also develop skills in computer architecture, software development, programming applications and computer networking.

Practical Experience

Students gain experience in electronic circuits, electronic devices, electrical machinery, computers, programming, data communications and microprocessors.

Professional Opportunities

Computer technician, electronics repair technician, communications technician, computer programmer technician, computer network technician, sales representative, technical writer, field engineering technician and power technician.

Unique Aspects

Through a partnership with the University of South Carolina Upstate, graduates of the EET program may transfer into the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Management program. Some additional coursework may be required. Students should consult their advisor for courses which are considered university transfer. The EET program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.

EEDA Career Cluster:

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics, Manufacturing, Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

Course Requirements


Mathematics and/or Lab Sciences: 13 Credits


Total Credits: 68


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Total Credits: 68


Program Learning Outcomes

Graduates of the Electronics Engineering Technology program at Spartanburg Community College will be able to:

  1. Use various tools and methods of the discipline to design, construct, troubleshoot, test, and analyze collected experimental data from well-defined electronic or industrial circuits.
  2. Apply problem solving techniques using mathematics, science, engineering and technology to identify, analyze and solve well-defined engineering technology problems.
  3. Communicate effectively in a technical and non-technical environment both as an individual and as a member of a team using oral, written and graphical methods and making use of appropriate technical literature. 
  4. Practice professional and ethical responsibility, including a respect for diversity.
  5. Produce quality projects in a timely manner.
  6. Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with engineering designs of systems, components, or processes appropriate to the discipline.

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