Degree Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in engineering technology has two emphasis options: electronics and safety management. The emphasis in electronics prepares you for a career in digital systems, power and energy, analog electronics, microcontroller applications, automation and control, robotics, troubleshooting, power electronics, sales and management, and many other fields.

Engineering technology students typically choose minors from program areas within the department, though some will select options from other colleges. Students should choose a minor that best suits their needs and interests.


The internship program is intended to provide experience-based learning opportunities for students in their respective discipline of study. Students generally seek internship experience at the end of their junior or senior year. The course identified for internship credit in engineering technology is ITEC 4391 Work-Based Mentorship. Internships may be arranged through student contact with providers or through departmental faculty and staff announcements and postings. All internships must receive departmental approval through application prior to the initiation of the internship. Maximum credit for an internship is six (6) credit hours.

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

Undergraduate Application Deadlines

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