electronics engineering

Electronics Engineering (B.S.)

High technology components make up the computers, cell phones and other devices that are used daily. Electronics engineering technologists concentrate on applied design using current engineering practices and program management.

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Our Program

Electronics Engineering Technology (EET)

Lock Haven University’s bachelor of science degree program in Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) teaches students to work with the latest high-tech equipment and prepare for in-demand rewarding careers in industry.

CU Degree Requirements (Effective Fall 2023)*

*Please see the CU degree requirements effective Fall 2023. All enrolled students can also review their degree program requirements and track progress to degree completion in Degree Works.

The day-to-day problem-solvers in the electronics manufacturing industry, technologists differ from technicians, who specialize in assembly, trouble-shooting and repair. Engineering technologists identify and solve problems with a hands-on approach based on sound theoretical concepts. Bloomsburg's curriculum reflects that practical approach. To prepare students for real-world careers, the 4.5-year program is structured so students serve a six-month paid apprenticeship. This unique arrangement means students pay tuition for only four years.

 

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Department of Biochemistry, Engineering, and Physics

Biswajit Ray, Ph.D., EET
G11 Hartline Science Center
(570) 389-4150

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8:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday
admissions@lockhaven.edu
(570) 484-2027

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