Electrical Engineering Technology - A.A.S.
SUNY Broome’s Electrical Engineering Technology program is a great place to start your career or update your skills. The program emphasizes both the theory and the application of scientific and engineering methods, and prepares the student for immediate employment or for transfer to an upper-division school upon graduation.
Modern electronics is at the heart of a wide range of equipment, including projection television, satellite receiver systems, speech synthesis, robotics, aircraft navigation systems and more. EET students learn about the Internet, robotics, satellite systems and computer networks. The graduate will be prepared to be the “intermediary” between the designer and the skilled craftsman, and will translate problems into solutions by building equipment using their knowledge. An exciting engineering technology career is waiting for you in this field!
Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Technology Program shall:
- have the fundamental knowledge and training in electrical engineering technology required for professional practice and for undertaking baccalaureate studies.
- be capable of applying industry standard technology principles across various stages of testing, designing, troubleshooting and maintaining electrical/electronic systems.
- have the written and oral skills necessary to function effectively in the profession and society.
- have an appreciation and understanding of current issues in electrical engineering technology and their impact on social and global issues.
- have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities for the complex modern work environment.
- have the desire and ability engage in lifelong learning.
- be effective working individually and in teams.
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- Building/troubleshooting commercial and military aircraft electronics.
- Working with electrical power generation and distribution systems.
- Writing software for electronic control applications.
- Creating and developing cellular telephones.
- Building and analyzing computers.