Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
Audio and video components, computers and robotics - a whole new world of job opportunities is open to the technician who can develop and maintain the constantly advancing products in the electricity and electronics field. America is at the forefront of the technological world. With an Associate of Applied Science in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology from Kent State Tuscarawas, you will learn to design, develop, test, supervise and repair the equipment that keeps it there.
Along with taking core engineering courses, you will study digital and electronic systems, robotics and microsystems, and you will learn to design and build electrical and electronic circuits.
An associate degree is granted after the successful completion of 69-70 semester hours of coursework and prepares you for employment by allowing you to concentrate the majority of your studies in the technical and related coursework.
Student chapters of professional engineering societies are available at Kent State University at Tuscarawas.
Upon graduation, you will be qualified for many entry-level positions, including:
- Biomedical technician
- Engineering assistant
- Laboratory instrument technician
- Sales or service representative
- Other positions in electrical and electronic systems and illumination
Further experience in the field could lead to a position as a:
- Research technician
- Senior engineering technician
- Supervisor in electronics, electrical power, manufacturing or construction technical writer
The Associate of Applied Science degree in Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology offered at Kent State Tuscarawas is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology.
Dr. Kamal Bichara, Director of Engineering Technology