Electrical Engineering Technology

Electrical Engineering Technology

Whether you’re looking to start a rewarding career or change fields, get wired for an exciting future with Gateway’s Electrical Engineering Technology associate degree. Core program courses are designed with an industrial advisory committee of local employers and taught by professional engineers. Prepare to enter an industry of problem solvers like you who love to work hands-on with the latest technology.

  • Use next-generation technology starting in your first week of classes, and master your use of digital oscilloscopes, multimeters, and function generators or develop and build your own new devices.
  • Gain practical experience designing, developing and testing electrical components and wiring in our state-of-the-art Advanced Electronics Lab.
  • Open up your options with program concentrations available in Biomedical Engineering and Sustainable Energy Systems.
  • Continue your education and set yourself up for long-term success through our transfer agreements with bachelor programs in Electrical Engineering at Milwaukee School of Engineering and University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
  • Build your network  through student clubs and organizations – like the Electronics Club, Biomedical Club, Society of Women Engineers and the Amateur Radio Club.
Program Credits

70

Location

SC Johnson iMET Center

Financial Aid Eligible

Yes

Estimated Program Cost

Tuition & Fees: $11,609
Books & Supplies: $4,683

Start Dates

Fall, Spring

Salary Outlook

$58,344

Career Opportunities: Electrical Engineering Technician, Engineering Technician, Electrical Tester

Electrical Engineering Technology Career Pathway

Career Pathways are designed to help you reach your educational goals and explore college and career options. Pathways are made up of related certificates, diplomas and degrees that build on common skills and knowledge. You can begin at any point on the Career Pathway and customize your pathway to fit your goals. View the pathway for your area of interest.