The Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare graduates for a career in the installation, maintenance, testing, and repair of industrial electrical and electronic equipment and systems.
This program introduces the fundamentals of electricity, electronics, digital techniques, electrical power distribution, motor controls, fluid power systems, programmable logic controllers, and automation systems.
Graduates will possess the skills necessary to enter the workforce as technicians in the field of industrial electronics and electrical servicing, PLC and process control, industrial automation, power distribution, and as general electronic technicians.
Upon satisfactory completion of this curriculum, an Associate of Applied Science degree is awarded.
A minimum grade of “C” or better is required in every EET course outlined in the curriculum for graduation. Failure or withdrawal of two required EET courses will result in dismissal from the program for a period of one year. Readmission into the program will be based on space availability and instructor approval.
Special admissions requirements: Students who wish to enroll in the Industrial Electronics Engineering Technology program must:
- Have an ACT subscore of 17 in English and Math or be eligible to enroll in English Comp I and Intermediate Algebra, or obtain instructor approval.
- Contact an Industrial Electronics adviser for a program visit.
- Submit necessary records and credentials prior to the semester of entrance including, but not limited to, a current negative 5-panel drug screen.
- Admission to the college does not guarantee admission to the program of study.