Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) Degree Program
Electronics have revolutionized the world. From iPods® and cell phones to personal computers, we use a number of high-tech devices multiple times a day. And individuals with the skills needed to build the electronic circuits that drive these devices are in demand. At DeVry University, you can earn an EET degree at one of our campus locations and you could be at the forefront of a growing industry. In addition you have the option of earning your degree online with our bachelor's degree in Engineering Technology- Electronics (ET-E). Whether you decide to enroll on campus or online, qualified practitioner faculty will teach your classes, and you'll have regular opportunities for collaboration and interaction with classmates.
At DeVry University, you have the option of taking all or some* of your Electronics Engineering Technology courses online. Whether online or on campus, qualified practitioner faculty will teach your classes, and you'll have regular opportunities for collaboration and interaction with classmates.
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*Program availability varies by location.
On Campus, Online or Both
We offer a specialization within the Electronics Engineering Technology degree program.
For information on programmatic accreditation of the Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) degree program at our DeVry University campus locations, please visit the accreditation page.
Take your classes at a DeVry campus location, or choose to study online and take your classes via our online degree programs. Please note that programmatic accreditation and program and course availability varies by location. Learn more about DeVry's Engineering Technology - Electronics degree programs online and Engineering Technology - Computers degree program online.
The Proof is in the Numbers
From career-focused programs to our results-driven career services team, our focus is on preparing you for your chosen career. The proof is in the numbers. In 2013, 92% of DeVry University Electronics Engineering Technology graduates actively seeking employment had careers in their field within six months of graduation at an average salary of $49,551.
1 Figure based on 2013 graduates self-reporting data to DeVry University Career Services who were employed at graduation or actively seeking employment in their field after graduation. Does not include graduates who were not actively seeking employment, as determined by DeVry University Career Services, or who did not report data on employment status to DeVry University Career Services.
(available on campus) (In New York, degree is Bachelor of Technology in Electronics Engineering Technology.) Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology-Electronics (online degree program)
Focusing on applying concepts and skills to real-world situations, DeVry's Electronics Engineering Technology curriculum may include these career-enhancing courses:
Programming Environments and Java
This EET course introduces analog and digital communications systems at the circuit and subsystem level. Topics include the relationship between time domain and frequency domains, bandwidth requirements of various modulation schemes and noise effects.
Introducing electronic control of mechanical systems, this course covers sensors and transducers, signal conditioning, actuators, controllers, system models, system transfer functions, and dynamic system response.
Students in this EET course explore analog signal processing (ASP) and digital signal processing (DSP), with emphasis on DSP, and program ASP and DSP chips for applications in communications, control systems, digital audio processing, and digital image processing.
This course introduces alternate programming environments such as command-line-oriented UNIX or Linux and Eclipse IDE. Topics include the Java programming language and advanced programming concepts such as exception handling and the event-driven model for graphical user interfaces.
Exploring internal architecture of the microprocessor, students in this EET course use assembly language and/or high-level language to program the microprocessor and develop simple algorithms. Applications of the microprocessor as a computing element used with storage devices and embedded controllers are covered.
To learn more about required and elective courses for the Electronics Engineering Technology bachelor's degree program, contact a DeVry University representative or see the undergraduate academic catalog.