Penn StateSchool of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs

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Sherry Walk
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University Park, PA 16802
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Baccalaureate Degree in
Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology

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Many scientific achievements in electrical engineering are going unused due to the shortage of engineering technologists specifically educated to convert scientific information into practical devices and systems. Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) and Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) programs will possess the skills necessary to bridge this gap.

Technical selections are offered in the senior year to provide some degree of specialization, but all graduates receive a well-rounded basic education in electrical and electronic design principles. The strengths of the program include: an applied, hands-on education; extensive laboratory experience; and promising job placement.

This program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.

The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) degree is offered at the following locations: Harrisburg and Wilkes-Barre.

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) degree is offered at Penn State Erie (Behrend).

Program Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes

For information about the program educational objectives and student outcomes at a particular campus, follow the links below:

Student Enrollment and Graduation Data

For information on the number of students enrolled in our engineering technology programs, go to Engineering Technology Enrollment Statistics; for information on the number of degrees awarded in our engineering technology programs, go to Engineering Technology Degrees Awarded.

Contact Info

For further information about the Electrical Engineering Technology degree, please contact one of the following individuals.

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