Associate of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology

The Associate of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology is designed to provide individuals with the ability to critically analyze and apply engineering principles to design, solve, and troubleshoot situations in manufacturing and service industries. This includes being able to apply basic engineering (mechanical and electrical) principles and produce computer aided designs for industrial and service applications, while understanding the importance of critical thinking, teamwork, and problem-solving. 

The AS Electrical Engineering Technology program requires successful completion of 90 quarter credit hours and is designed to be delivered in six consecutive quarters over a period of 1.5 years (18 months). The structured curriculum consists of courses in engineering fundamentals, mathematics, physics, technical reporting, occupational safety, computer aided drafting, electronics, quality control, computer programming, programmable logic control, and production control. Major curriculum courses are delivered via a mixture of online and onground formats.

Advance

Advance your career by earning a degree.

Serve

Serve the community as an electrical engineering professional.

Experience

Experience hands-on learning both inside and outside the classroom.

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Learn the essential skills necessary to work in electrical engineering. Candidates interested in applying to the Associate of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology program are encouraged to reach out today!

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 **THIS PROGRAM IS PENDING SACSCOC AND NORTH CAROLINA BOARD OF GOVERNORS APPROVAL (ASHEVILLE CAMPUS) AND CANNOT BEGIN UNTIL SACSCOC AND NCBOG APPROVAL IS GRANTED (TENTATIVELY FALL QUARTER 2017).

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