Empowering Careers in Electronic Engineering Technology

Lakeland's electronic engineering technology programs (four degrees and three certificates) are dedicated to providing a high-quality learning environment that prepares students for success in the ever-evolving field of electronics.

Our ABET-accredited program equips graduates with the technical skills and knowledge necessary to thrive in various engineering technology careers.

Electronic Engineering Technology Program Focus and Outcomes

Our program's educational objectives are centered on developing graduates who can:

  1. Solve complex technical problems in electronic engineering technology by applying critical thinking, current industry standards, and strong foundations in mathematics and applied science.
  2. Collaborate effectively in multidisciplinary teams, fostering clear communication in both academic and industrial settings.
  3. Demonstrate a keen understanding of current professional issues and embrace lifelong learning to stay ahead of the curve in the dynamic field of engineering technology.
Preparing for Diverse Engineering Careers

The electronic engineering technology program curriculum ensures students gain a comprehensive understanding of electrical and electronic systems, encompassing design, application, installation, manufacturing, operation and maintenance. This prepares graduates for a wide range of rewarding careers in areas such as:

  • Electronics engineering: Graduates enter careers involved in the design, development, testing and troubleshooting of electronic circuits and devices.
  • Computer hardware engineering technology: This specialization equips students with the skills to design, maintain, and troubleshoot computer hardware systems.
  • Electro-mechanical engineering technology: Graduates gain the expertise to build, install, maintain and operate electro-mechanical systems that integrate hardware and software components.
  • Telecommunications engineering yechnology: This program prepares graduates for careers in the design, installation, operation and maintenance of telecommunication systems, ensuring smooth information flow.
Structured Learning for Success

To ensure a strong foundation, our electronic engineering technology program requires students to have completed courses in technical mathematics and English composition before enrolling in core electronics courses. Additionally, a minimum grade of "C" or higher is required in all program-specific courses, including those in electronics, math and physics.

Ready to Launch Your Engineering Career?

Explore your potential with Lakeland's Electronic Engineering Technology program. Apply today and take the first step towards a rewarding and fulfilling career in accounting.


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