Electronics Engineering Technology
The Electronics Engineering Technology program balances theory and practical applications to help students design, test, analyze, operate and troubleshoot complex electronic systems. The program integrates LabView®, a graphic-based programming language used by many of the major technology-based employers for data acquisition, process control and automated test instrumentation. Students can transfer more than 40 EET credit hours to UNI toward a B.S. in Electrical and Information Engineering Technology. The curriculum may also be modified to maximize credits transferable to BSEE and BSETT degree programs. EET graduates may also seek certification by the Electronics Technicians Association, International Inc.
Students in this program may be eligible to have half their tuition paid for by the Kibbie Grant. Click here for more details.