What you will learn
Electronics Engineering Technology is an in-demand field that is focused on the theory, concepts, and practical applications of electrical engineering. Oregon Tech Electronics Engineering Technology graduates possess a combination of theoretical and practical understanding and skills, and are ready for professional practice on Day One because of the real-world, applied approaches that students engage in throughout the program. The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET) program is specifically designed to prepare graduates to assume engineering and technology positions in the electronics industry.
Oregon Tech offers the only ABET accredited BSEET in the State of Oregon at its Portland-Metro Campus in Wilsonville. To meet the needs of working professionals, some courses are also offered in the evenings at Oregon Tech’s Willow Creek Center in Beaverton. Oregon Tech’s program is a critical piece of students’ path to degree since it provides the only transferability opportunity in Oregon towards a BS degree for students with an Associate of Applied Science programs in Electronics Technology, Microelectronics, and related programs offered at community colleges in the state. Oregon Tech has transfer agreements with all the accredited Electronics Engineering Technology and related programs in Oregon in order to guarantee seamless transferability of credits towards our BSEET degree.
Difference between BSEET and BSEE degrees
The BSEET program is especially suited for working professionals with an associate degree in Electronics Engineering Technology, Microelectronics Technology or equivalent coursework. A transfer student would take two years to earn a BSEET degree, and three years for a BS in Electrical Engineering.
Students in the BSEET program may choose to specialize in a particular area by selecting at least three of their engineering technical elective courses from the appropriate list. These lists of courses are provided only for guidance. Students are not required to select a technical emphasis, and technical emphases will not appear on students’ transcripts. Technical Emphases