Program Educational Objectives
  1. Technical Professionals: Development of technical professionals through a comprehensive education and experience in design, manufacture and service of electrical and electronic systems.
  2. Applications Based Skill Sets: Application of engineering concepts and theories into timely, real world solutions for development, building, testing, implementation, operation and maintenance of electrical and electronics systems.
  3. Lifelong Learning and Growth: An understanding of the value, and desire for continued lifelong learning both professionally and personally.
  4. Professional Behavior: Effective leadership abilities, communication skills and ethical behavior.
Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Students will possess problem solving skills involving analysis, design, and simulation, laboratory experimentation with applications to electrical and electronic components, circuits, and systems.
  2. Students will have an ability to apply programming languages, modern computer tools and techniques to solve applied engineering problems.
  3. Students will apply linear transform techniques, applied differential equations, and integral calculus to analyze and design control, power, and communication systems.
  4. Students will have the ability to design components and systems based on specified requirements and design techniques.
  5. Students will have an ability to design and carry out experiments and tests, analyze and interpret data to improve processes.
  6. Students will have knowledge of fundamental principles of science and mathematics and apply them to solve practical problems of engineering technology. 
  7. Students will apply project management techniques to analyze and manage the progress of electrical, electronic system design and development projects, demonstrating project and time management skills.
  8. Students will produce clear, precise and effective technical documents and oral presentations for both professional and general audiences with the help of modern information technologies and use appropriate technical literature.
  9. Students will collaborate with each other in laboratory and classroom settings to work effectively in teams and demonstrate leadership on individual and team projects.
Enrollment Data
YearTotal Program Enrollment
Fall 200957
Fall 201072
Fall 201177
Fall 201282
Fall 201385
Fall 201496
Fall 201587
Fall 201684
Fall 201764
Fall 201855
Fall 201953
Fall 202048
Fall 202131

All totals are official on the tenth day of the fall semester.

Graduation Data

YearNumber of Graduates

Totals listed are from July each year for the previous academic year.  For example, in July 2019, the 2018 annual snapshot is taken and includes total degrees granted during summer 2018, fall 2018 & spring 2019.