Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology, Bachelor of Science

Available: On Campus

The Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology program is designed to prepare students to solve current and future problems in a world increasingly reliant on electronic systems.

Through hands-on learning, students build the necessary proficiency to work in nearly any field that hires electrical, electronic, and computer engineers, including automation, industrial controls, instrumentation, robotics, energy and power utilities, biomedical, aerospace, automotive, agriculture, oil and gas, heavy and industrial equipment, consumer products, telecommunications, wireless communications, and more.

Develop In-Demand Skills

This program helps students gain the knowledge, tools, and methods to join the ranks of industry-leading professionals.

Graduates will be able to:

  • Solve real-world problems by applying the principles of science, technology, and engineering.
  • Design systems, components, and processes for relevant industries.
  • Demonstrate leadership skills such as professional communication, critical thinking, and project management.
  • Evaluate the social and ethical implications of their work.
  • Read, evaluate, apply, and communicate the contents of appropriate technical literature.


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.


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.

Potential Career Fields

  • Alternative Energy Solutions
  • Analog/Digital Electronics
  • Automation and Control
  • Circuits and Systems
  • Computer Programming
  • Electrical and Power Machinery
  • Embedded Control Systems
  • Hardware Design
  • Industrial Robotics
  • Instrumentation and Data Acquisitions
  • Networking

Highlighted Scholarship

Fred Pirkle Scholarship Endowment
No less than $5,000 if awarded; awarded to qualifying full-time undergraduate or graduate students majoring in a discipline with a curriculum dedicated to Engineering Technology; maintain a minimum GPA of 2.50.

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Program Breakdown

Brief breakdown of the type, or types, of degree(s) available, their length, available enrollment, and estimated cost.
Category Degree Summary
Catalog Entry

Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Length 124 Credit Hours
Enrollment Fall and Spring
Tuition/Costs Rates Per Semester

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

  • Fall: August 1
  • Spring: December 15
  • Summer: May 15