Why Study Electrical Engineering Technology at Vermont State?
- Electronic Circuits
- Microcontroller Techniques
- Industrial Electronics
- Electrical Project
Our Electrical Engineering Technology degree prepares you to find work in any number of challenging positions. The degree will give you a foundation in the principles of electrical and electronic design and development, combined with hands-on laboratory work. As engineering technicians, you are qualified to work in such varied activities as maintenance, manufacturing, production, and installation of complex electrical, electronic, or electromechanical products. You may also assist in research and development. You can be a key player in incorporating sustainable technologies that will transform the coming decades. Testing, quality control, management, and customer service are among the additional job opportunities available. You will be able to find work in the power industry, biotech, electronic manufacturing, robotics, aerospace, and many other industries.
As a student who pursues a two-year associate degree in electrical engineering technology, you will have the option to continue your education to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, Electromechanical Engineering Technology, or Business Administration.