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What is electrical engineering technology?

Electrical Engineering Technology is the applied design, installation, manufacturing, operation and maintenance of electrical/electronic systems. 

Why electrical engineering technology at OSU?

The Electrical Engineering Technology (EET) curriculum provides preparation for outstanding career opportunities not only in the electronics industry itself, but also in many other areas in modern industry that depend upon electronics for control, communications or computation. The program is laboratory-oriented and provides a strong foundation of specialized mathematics and science courses in applied electrical engineering and related technical areas.

Career paths

Profession in, but not limited to, the information, manufacturing, utilities, or other technical fields with the following possible job titles:

 Electrical engineering student project

Highlights

  • The program is laboratory-oriented in applied electrical engineering with several courses available in the ENDEAVOR laboratory.
  • Courses are taught by EET faculty who have extensive industrial experience.
  • Program emphases is to use current application information and practices for specific technical problems.

Scholarship Opportunities

The College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology offers a variety of competitive scholarships. To learn more, view all CEAT scholarship opportunities.

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