Degree Program Overview

The electronics and computer engineering technology program is designed to prepare graduates for application-oriented technical careers in industry. An emphasis is placed on application of engineering knowledge and methods to develop solutions to technical problems found in modern industry. Graduates will complete a curriculum comprised of thirty-seven hours in electronics and twenty-six hours in computer science.

We offer a series of courses designed to prepare you for certifications in the various fields involving computers and information technology. Graduates will be familiar with circuit design, simulation, troubleshooting of electronic systems, microcontroller applications, programming, automation and control, and robotics.


The internship program provides experience-based learning opportunities in your respective discipline of study. You generally seek internship experience at the end of your junior or senior year and can receive six hours of advanced course credit.

Careers in Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology

Supervisor or upper-level technician in the manufacture, sale, and maintenance of electronic systems.


Our cutting-edge laboratories provide you with hands-on experiences in design, prototyping, electronics, safety, and electrical and renewable energy as well as metal, wood, and concrete construction for residential and commercial structures.

Program Breakdown

Program Breakdown
Degree Type

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Length 120 Credit Hours
Enrollment Fall and Spring
Tuition/Costs Rates Per Semester

View the Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology BS brochure (.pdf)

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

  • Fall: August 1
  • Spring: December 1
  • Summer I: May 15
  • Summer II: June 15