with an option of Biomedical Engineering Technology specialization
Information about this exciting field:
We live in a world overflowing with automated and computerized equipment and technology. At times, equipment breaks, computers malfunction, operations grind to a halt, and troubleshooting must be performed quickly and expertly to get everything back in working order. Enter the Electrical and Computer Engineering Tech who combines knowledge of science, math, and engineering to remedy the problem.
Is this program for me?
People who are fascinated with technology and who enjoy working with their hands find this program to be a great choice. Here are some qualities and skills that are essential for the successful Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology graduate:
- Technologically savvy
- Attention to detail/organized
- Math skills
- Strong problem solving
- Ability to prioritize and meet tight deadlines
- Good verbal and written communication
Coursework (flexible scheduling) includes:
- Circuit Analysis
- Digital Systems
- Networking Systems
- Electronic Circuits
Where might I find a job?
A variety of jobs may be available to Electrical and Computer Engineering graduates in the healthcare, biomedical, electrical, computer, electronics, and telecommunications industries.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology courses are offered at the North Metro Campus.
- Stephanie O’Donoghue
- Carl Quattlebaum