Electronics Engineering Technology (EET)

The EET program is committed to teaching excellence in all facets of electronics and strives to provide students with the technical knowledge and skills to compete in the constantly changing field of electronics.

Technicians and engineers cooperatively develop the products that fuel the explosive growth of the electronics marketplace. Electronic technicians are in very high demand all over the world.

Degree Information

Visit the JJC catalog for the Electronics Engineering Technology AAS degree requirements

Certificate of Achievement

Electronics Engineering Technology

Gainful Employment Disclosure

What are Gainful Employment Programs? An educational program must lead to a degree at a non-profit or public institution or it must prepare students for "gainful employment in a recognized occupation."  Information is presented to the student about the length of each program, its estimated cost, and a way to obtain further information about the kinds of jobs available for those who complete this program and participate in the student financial assistance programs. Whether you are a current student or a prospective student, we hope that this information is helpful in making informed choices about your career and education.

What Will I Learn?

Skilled faculty members provide students with both theory and hands-on training so that they stay current and competitive in today’s market place.

What is Unique About Our EET Program?

Labs equipped with sophisticated electronic equipment provide students with opportunities to explore communications, computers, consumer and industrial electronics, instrumentation and microprocessors.

What Are My Career Opportunities?

Graduates of the Electronics Engineering Technology program are prepared to enter the workforce as engineering technicians, field service engineers and application engineers. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for an electronic engineering technicians was $61,130 in 2015