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Electronic Engineering Technology
ABET
Ľ Enrollment & Graduate Data

The Electronic Engineering Technology program (9420) had 92 majors, 140 total students enrolled (duplicated headcount), and five graduates in 2012-13.


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Lakelandís electronic engineering technology program prepares students for a wide range of engineering and technology related employment opportunities. Electronic engineering technicians use principles and theories of science, engineering, and mathematics to solve technical problems in research and development, manufacturing, sales, construction, inspection, and maintenance trades. Lakelandís technology program combines a hands-on education in analog and digital systems, robotics, instrumentation and process control, motors, microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers, and software programming with state-of-the-art software applications - such as LabVIEW, OrCAD, and QUARTUS II.

Lakeland is proud to be one of only a handful of colleges nationwide to offer a two-year degree program in electronic engineering technology that is TAC/ABET (Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology) accredited. This accreditation ensures transfer students pursuing a four-year technology degree will receive maximum transfer of credits to other colleges and universities due to TAC/ABETís strict program requirements.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, opportunities for employment in electronic engineering technology will be best for individuals with an associateís degree. In the current job market, the electronic and electrical engineering technology positions comprise of 43 percent of all engineering technician jobs nationwide. Graduates of Lakelandís electronic engineering technology program will benefit from the increasing number of job opportunities created due to the high demand for more sophisticated electrical and electronic products, as well as the expansion of these products and systems into all areas of industry.

Accreditation
Electronic Engineering Technology
Technology Accreditation
Commission of Accreditation Board of Engineering Technologies
(TAC/ABET)

 

Currently, technicians in this field comprise about 43 percent of all engineering technician jobs nationwide.

The overall employment of engineering technicians is expected to increase by 10 to 20 percent through the year 2008.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, opportunities for employment in electronic engineering technology will be best for individuals with an associate's degree.


Positions include:

  • Programming and maintenance of computers and computer controlled equipment
  • Programming,
    installation and maintenance of computer based electronic equipment
  • Assisting engineers in the design, development and testing of new equipment

 

 

 

 

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