Electronics/Electromechanical Engineering Technology students are prepared in the skills and understanding necessary to install and service equipment which combines electronic, electrical and mechanical components. Special emphasis is placed on computers, computer peripherals, robotics, automated manufacturing systems, fiber optic systems, and the operation of digital computers in automatic control systems. Considerable portions of the allotted laboratory hours are devoted to learning and practicing troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance procedures of electromechanical and electronic equipment.
Upon successful completion of all program requirements, graduates will be able to:
- Analyze, predict the behavior of, and synthesize electromechanical, electrical and electronic systems and subsystems with minimal supervision
- Develop strategies and implementations for the installation, maintenance, repair, and operation of computers and computer peripherals; control systems; test, measurement, and instrumentation equipment; electromechanical assemblies and subassemblies;
- Interpret technical concepts to a non-technical audience
- Participate in a team project both as a leader and as a member
- Evaluate, review, and interpret technical documents related to current technical advances and innovations
- Analyze and interpret both technical and non-technical concepts orally and in written and electronic formats
- Describe the community, societal, and ethical responsibilities and obligations associated with being awarded a college degree.