Department of Engineering and Design, College of Science and Engineering
This program option is not currently accepting new students. For further information contact the Engineering and Design Department, Western Washington University, 516 High Street, Bellingham, WA 98225-9086, 360-650-3380.
Introduction/What is the Study of Electronics Engineering Technology?
The Electronics Engineering Technology program prepares engineering technologists who understand and can apply established scientific and engineering knowledge and methods in combination with technical skills of modern technology to support engineering activities. Students are provided with a strong concentration of both classroom instruction and practical hands-on laboratory design and testing experiences. Graduates are qualified for application positions in electronic systems analysis and design, product design and development, technical sales and service, and field engineering operations and maintenance.
Why Consider an Electronics Engineering Technology Major?
The Electronics Engineering Technology major is in moratorium and not accepting new students.
The Electronics Engineering Technology degree program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
EET Program Director
Engineering Technology 206
& Pre-Major Advisor
Engineering Technology 204
Supervision and technical analysis or design | Design and development | Application support | technical sales | Customer service | Computer maintenance | Communications | Embedded systems | Digital and analog electronics | Electrical power
How to Declare (Admission and Declaration Process):
Admission to the Electronics Engineering Technology major is a two-phase process. When students initially declare, they are designated as pre-majors. Admission to full major status is determined by academic performance as a pre-major. See the department’s website for details http://www.etec.wwu.edu/.
A grade of C- or better is required for a student’s major or minor courses, and supporting courses for majors and minors.