Advising Coordinator: Danielle Jolie
College Website: College of Applied Science and Technology
- BS – Electrical Engineering Technology (PDF will open in a new tab)
- Other degrees offered in the College of Applied Science and Technology
The Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology is designed to train students for application-oriented engineering technology careers in the fields of electronics, control systems, robotics, energy, power, microprocessors, communications, and alternative energy.
What can you do with an Electrical Engineering Technology degree?
- Application Engineer
- Systems Technician
- Project Engineer
- Technical Writer
- Hardware Engineer
- Engineering Technician
- Maintenance Engineer
- Production Engineer
- Control Engineer
- Technical Sales Representative
- Technical Sales Engineer
- Test Engineer
- Lab Engineer
- Medical Equipment Technician
- PLC Programmer
Websites for Career Research
- The United States Department of Labor-Bureau of Labor Statistics
- O*Net Online
- What Can I Do with this Major?
- Visit the Discover Arkansas website for information on Arkansas careers.
(The student self-registration Access Code is: numa.)
Why should you choose to major in Electrical Engineering Technology?
- Have above-average mathematical ability
- Have analytical, mechanical, and scientific aptitude
- Small class sizes
- Highly trained instructors
- Opportunity for work-based learning
- Cutting-edge technology
Work-based learning is available through student internships in the Electrical Engineering Technology field of study at local businesses or industries with supervised employment and observation.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities
The College of Applied Science and Technology has received accreditation from the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). ATMAE Accreditation represents the highest standard of achievement for applied technology programs and institutions nationwide.