Earn Your Engineering Technology Degree in as Few as 8 semesters1
Classes start every 8 weeks, so you can pursue your Engineering Technology degree 100% online and on your schedule.
Gain practical experience necessary for a role in the engineering field. Build your foundational engineering technology knowledge as you learn through the application and execution of systems, processes and technical operations. Classes start every 8 weeks, so you can pursue your interest in engineering technology, on your time.
Classes Start Every 8 Weeks
Earn your Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Technology in as little as 2 years + 8 months*—or even more quickly with qualifying transfer credits.
*Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.
Accredited & Recognized
Accreditation by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, www.abet.org, a global mark of quality that is valued by employers and professional associations within the field.
Strong Legacy in Engineering Technology
At DeVry University, our first Associate in Electronics Engineering Technology program was accredited in 1955. We launched our first Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering Technology in 1969.
Today, our Bachelor's in Engineering Technology continues this strong tradition with a curriculum designed to meet the needs of 21st-century engineering technologists.
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According to the BLS, the overall growth rate for electrical and electronics engineers from 2020-2030 is 7%4.
Graduates of our Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology, may consider careers including, but not limited to:
- Electrical Engineering Technologist
As an electrical engineering technologist, you’ll help electrical engineers through all aspects of their projects. Depending on the specific role, you might develop layouts of electrical transmission systems, supervise workflows and perform cost estimates. Or you might work hands-on installing and maintaining electrical equipment, electrical control systems or industrial automation systems.
- Manufacturing Engineering Technologist
Manufacturing engineering technologists wear many hats. Job duties focus on designing, developing and implementing equipment, machinery and technologies to improve manufacturing processes. You may be responsible for analyzing existing processes to look for areas for improvement, making recommendations and then implementing solutions.
- Computer Network Support Technician
As the name suggests, network support technicians focus on the development and maintenance of IT networks. Your role might include upgrading networks and repairing errors, monitoring performance, optimizing servers and improving security for both networks and data.
- Engineering Technologist (General)
If you have a broad range of interests, this could be a great position for you. Rather than specializing in just one area, such as electrical engineering or mechanical engineering, a general engineering technologist has the skills and knowledge to solve problems across many different types of engineering. Working under a specialized engineer, you might be involved in product design, field engineering or technical operations.
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The Bachelor's in Engineering Technology consists of a minimum of 126 credit hours divided into:
- General Education (Essentials): 62 credits
- Tech Core: 21 credits
- Automation and Electronic Systems: 12 credits
- Career Preparation: 9 credits
- Specialization: 13 credits
General Education Courses
|ETHC232||Ethical and Legal Issues in the Professions|
|ETHC334||Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace|
|ECON312||Principles of Economics|
|SOCS185||Culture and Society|
|SOCS350||Cultural Diversity in the Professions|
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
|CEIS301||Engineering Technology Fundamentals|
|ECT345||Signals and Systems|
|MATH114||Algebra for College Students|
|MATH221||Statistics for Decision Making|
|PHYS204||Applied Physics with Lab|
Personal and Professional Development
|COLL148||Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving|
|CEIS101||Introduction to Technology and Information Systems|
|CEIS106||Introduction to Operating Systems|
|CEIS110||Introduction to Programming|
|CEIS114||Introduction to Digital Devices|
|NETW191||Fundamentals of Information Technology and Networking|
|NETW211||Fundamentals of Cloud Computing|
|SEC285||Fundamentals of Information Systems Security|
Automation and Electrical Systems
|ECT226||Electronic Device and System Foundations|
|ECT286||Automation and Controls|
|NETW310||Wired, Optical and Wireless Communications with Lab|
Analysis and Design
|CEIS308||Systems and Computer Aided Design|
|CEIS310||Process Improvement with Machine Learning|
|CEIS312||Introduction to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning|
|CEIS299||Careers and Technology|
|CEIS499||Preparation for the Profession|
Technical and Business Selection
You can select applicable courses from the College of Engineering & Information Sciences and the College of Business & Management provided prerequisites are met. At least two courses must be at the 300-level or higher.
Bachelor's in Engineering Technology FAQs
What is a Bachelor's of Engineering Technology Degree?
A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering Technology is an undergraduate degree that can help you build your understanding of how certain technology and engineering principles are implemented. This type of degree program aims to teach you how these skills can be applied in a variety of industries.
At DeVry, our Bachelor's of Engineering Technology is particularly focused on building foundational skills like Industrial IoT, Project Management, Digital Literacy and more through the use of hands-on learning. Over the course of this program, you will have the opportunity to gain programming and engineering skills such as development and design that may help prepare you to pursue a career in this field alongside other engineers.
What makes the Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology program unique?
At DeVry, our curriculum is skills-focused. It also fully embeds our IT Essentials Certificate and Associate in Engineering Technology degree2 programs, while focusing in-depth on current needs and trends in the field.
Can you become an engineer with a degree in engineering technology?
If you decide to pursue a career in engineering technology you may end up working alongside engineers, but the two disciplines focus on slightly different things. Engineering technology tends to focus more on the real-world development and implementation of technology-based solutions, while engineers typically study and may work on a product’s design and theoretical construction. Engineers may also need additional work experience or licensure from their state to become fully licensed engineers.
How does the Bachelor's in Engineering Technology program lean into the future of tech?
At DeVry, the Tech Core curriculum included in our Engineering Technology programs teaches you the language of technology. You’ll use programming languages such as Python, and learn core concepts including data and people management, the interconnectedness of devices and the security protocols necessary to protect both data and networks. All course content is reviewed by faculty to ensure its longevity in the quickly evolving tech space.
Why should students earn a Bachelor's in Engineering Technology?
Which degree you choose to earn is a personal choice, but as technology becomes ever more complex, you may find that a bachelor’s degree provides you with a variety of options. Our Bachelor's in Engineering Technology program offers flexibility and customization, allowing you to follow your interests in the rapidly evolving tech space. It also provides you with a strong hands-on education, including career-oriented skills and an industry-relevant final project.
Can I earn a Bachelor's in Engineering Technology online?
Yes! You can earn your Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Technology online right here at DeVry University. An online degree is a great way to pursue your education goals on your schedule.
1Not including breaks. Assumes year-round, full-time enrollment.
2At the time of application to the next credential level, an evaluation of qualifying transfer credit will occur and the most beneficial outcome will be applied.
3As part of this program, one complimentary laptop is provided to students enrolled in the Associate in Information Technology and Networking, Associate in Engineering Technology, Associate in Network Systems Administration, Bachelor’s in Information Technology and Networking, Bachelor’s in Software Development, Bachelor’s in Engineering Technology, Bachelor’s in Network and Communications Management and Bachelor’s in Computer Information Systems. The laptop is issued during the student’s second session. Certain restrictions apply.
4Job growth indicated on a national level. Local growth will vary by location. https://www.bls.gov/ooh/architecture-and-engineering/electrical-and-electronics-engineers.htm
*The figures displayed represent the minimum credit hours required for graduation. Additional coursework may be necessary to complete program requirements.