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Electronics Engineering Technology

About the Program

What is the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET)?

Electronics Engineering Technology is concerned with theory, concepts, and practice of applied electronics engineering.
As a result, the Electronics Engineering Technology graduate possesses a combination of theoretical and practical understanding and requires minimal on-the-job training.

Oregon Tech offers the only ABET accredited Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology (BSEET) in the State of Oregon. This program is critical in the State since it provides the only transferability opportunity towards a BS degree for graduates of Associate of Applied Science programs in Electronics Technology, Microelectronics, and related programs offered at the Community Colleges. Oregon Tech has articulation agreements with all the accredited Electronics Engineering Technology and related programs in the state in order to guarantee a seamless transferability of credits towards our BSEET degree.

What are the key benefits of the BSEET degree?

The BSEET is a unique program for many reasons:

  • High-Quality ABET-accredited BS program in Electronics
  • Excellent transferability opportunities.
  • Willowcreek location is minutes away from Intel, Tek, Maxim, etc.
  • Designed to accommodate working professionals.
  • Compressed workweek compatible.
  • Courses meet once per week.
  • All courses offered in the evening and weekend.
  • Professors also teach the laboratory sessions.
  • Ability to develop the senior project at your company.
  • Hands-on & relevant curriculum.
  • Fantastic job opportunities for graduates.
  • Most companies provide tuition reimbursement.

What is the difference between BSEET and BSEE?

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 year to earn a BSEET degree, and three years for a BSEE. Consult the section on Transferabilty to BSEET for more information.

What kind of courses are in the BSEET program?

The curriculum, content, and rigor of our ABET accredited Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology closely matches our BS in Electrical Engineering, but has been designed to offer excellent transferability and degree completion opportunities for students who have already completed lower division coursework in Electronics Engineering Technology, Microelectronics Technology, or related technology programs.

What do BSEET graduates do?

The program is designed to prepare graduates to assume engineering and technology positions in the electronics industry. Recent graduates have been employed at companies such as MAXIM, Tektronix, and Intel. The program also provides a solid preparation for students intending to continue to graduate school to pursue master's degrees in engineering, engineering management, MBAs, and JDs.

EET Degree, Options, and Location

The BSEET program is offered at the Wilsonville campus only. To accommodate working professionals, the BSEET courses are also offered in the evening in the Portland Westside (at the Willow Creek Center in Beaverton).

Technical Emphases

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 the students’ transcripts.

Technical Emphases

Post-Baccalaureate Degree in Electrical Engineering

Oregon Tech Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology graduates may complete 36 additional credits to receive a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering (post-baccalaureate). Students will receive two diplomas: a BSEET degree (upon completion of the BSEET degree requirements), and a BSEE degree (upon completion of the BSEE degree requirements, which include a minimum of 36 credits from Oregon tech beyond the BSEET requirements). Students who have completed an ABET accredited BS degree in Electronics Engineering Technology from another university must complete a minimum of 45 Oregon Tech credits to receive the BS in Electrical Engineering from Oregon Tech. Students pursuing this option should contact an academic advisor to draft an academic plan that ensures all BSEE curriculum requirements are met. The following is a list of additional courses that Oregon Tech BSEET graduates are required to complete in order to meet the BSEE degree requirements.

Mathematics and Science

CHE 201

General Chemistry I*


CHE 204

General Chemistry I Laboratory*


CHE 202

General Chemistry II*


CHE 205

General Chemistry II Laboratory*



Series and Sequences


MATH 341

Linear Algebra I


MATH 465

Mathematical Statistics


Electrical Engineering

EE 341

Electricity and Magnetism with Transmission Lines


EE 343

Solid-State Electronic Devices


EE 355

Control System Design


Engineering Technical Electives


Engineering Elective (EE, REE)**


Engineering Elective (EE, REE)**


Total if prior BSEET degree awarded by Oregon Tech


Additional credits needed for students who completed a BSEET degree from another institution:

Engineering Elective (EE, REE)**


Engineering Elective (EE, REE)**


Engineering Elective (EE, REE)**




Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET

Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.


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