Electrical Engineering Technology
Associate of Applied Science Degree - First 2 Semesters Available Online
Our electrical engineering technology curriculum is designed so graduates can work in a range of fields, such as biomedical, avionics and data communications, but it's different from some other training programs.
What can you learn in this degree program?
Our graduates come out with a solid foundation in renewable energy fundamentals and a knowledge of electrical engineering technology that they can apply to the clean energy world. Electrical engineering technicians help design, develop, test, and/or manufacture electrical and electronic equipment. This specialized technician may work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test, and repair equipment.
The Electrical Engineering Technology degree program at Ecotech Institute has an expert faculty and uses industry-standard laboratories so that students have the opportunity to apply theory in realistically simulated situations. Because class sizes are small, instructors can provide individualized attention to students who need it.
- Introduction to Sustainability
- Fundamentals of Electricity
- AC Circuitry
- Renewable Energy Fundamentals
- Wiring, Schematics, and Blueprints
- Industrial Wiring
- Power Generation and Transmission
- Programmable Logic Controls
- Electric Motors and Control Systems
- Digital Electronics
- Analog Electronics
- Fluid Power and Control
- Instrumentation and Measurement
Ecotech taught me more than electrical engineering. I learned how to be a successful person, as well.
What are the career opportunities in Electrical Engineering Technology?
On or off the conventional grid, electrical engineering technicians help keep the machines and systems of the green revolution humming. Our degree program is designed with employer input to give students a broad overview of the field of electrical power generation and how it applies specifically to a career in the green economy. Upon successful graduation from this program, graduates should be able to apply electrical and electronic theory and related knowledge to design, build, repair, calibrate, and modify electrical components, circuitry, controls and machinery. Additionally, students learn to perform diagnostic electrical analysis and apply safety principles.
Our Electrical Engineering Technology degree program might be right for you if you love to solve technical problems, are curious about how electrical systems and devices work and enjoy working with your hands.
Career opportunities are available in a wide range of sectors, including government, power generation, manufacturing and more.
- Electrical Engineering Technician
- Engineering Tech
- Electrical Engineering Technology
- Electronics Technician
- Instrument and Controls Technician