Bachelor's - Electronics Engineering Technology
Students enrolled in DeVry University's Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology have the opportunity to study communication systems, signal processing, and other relevant topics. Read on to learn more about the Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology here.
Official Program Name:
Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology
School Offering Program:
DeVry University's Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to teach students about signal processing, communication systems, mechatronics, programming environments and java, and microprocessor architecture. A renewable energy concentration is also available. The general curriculum includes coursework in areas such as computer programming, electronic circuits and devices, technology integration, and digital circuits and microprocessors. The degree program concludes with a senior project in design and development.
Online or Campus-Based
Minimum Credits Required:
139 credit hours.
DeVry University offers over $29 million in scholarship opportunities to qualified students. Additional financial aid, military service grants, veterans appreciation grants, federal grants, and institutional grants, are available to qualifying students. Eligible students can apply for Federal Stafford or PLUS loans.
Course Topics Covered:
Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact DeVry University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program. Course topics covered in the Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology could include:
- Electronics Circuits and Devices
- Digital Circuits and Microprocessors
- Signal Processing and Networks
- Computer Programming
- Technology Integration
- Senior Project
- Communication Systems
- Signal Processing
- Programming Environments and Java
- Microprocessor Architecture
Furthering Your Education:
Students who have completed DeVry University's Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology have the opportunity to pursue a master's degree in the field. A master's degree in engineering technology may include courses such as programmable devices and systems, networks for industrial environments, rapid prototyping and product design, and sensors and measurement systems.
Master's degrees may include, but are not limited to:
- Master of Science in Engineering Technology
- Master of Science in Engineering Technology and Innovation Management
- Master of Engineering Technology
Once a student has completed the Bachelor's degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology at DeVry University, he or she has the opportunity to pursue jobs in the field. Possible employers may be found in manufacturing, construction, and engineering industries. Job candidates should work well with others in a team-oriented environment that often includes other technicians and engineers. Additionally, strong problem-solving skills are necessary.
Some entry-level careers may include:
- Product development and support
- Research and development
- Quality assurance
- Computer-integrated manufacturing
- Telecommunications and wireless systems development and support
- Biomedical instrumentation
- Test engineering
- Technical documentation
- Applications engineering
- Field engineering/service
- Technical sales/marketing
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
Since every student is different, there isn't a "one size fits all" school information. Start dates and tuition often vary between selected programs, and financial aid opportunities are unique to each student's situation. Complete the form to the right to get the most up-to-date and accurate information based on your selected program and circumstances.
Still have questions?
Complete this form to request more info and get your answers & advice.