Electrical Engineering

Overview

The Electrical Engineering Technology degree at UW-Green Bay prepares you for a career in electrical engineering technology with the technical and managerial skills necessary to enter careers in the design application, installation, manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems. Specialize in product improvement, manufacturing, construction, and operational engineering functions. The goal of the major is to develop well-rounded engineering technologists who can adapt and succeed in a highly competitive workplace.


Your future is so bright

Electrical Engineering Technology graduates have strong employment potential with demand forecasted to increase annually by almost 3 percent. Over 14,000 new jobs are expected by 2018.
 

4-Year Plan

Each Engineering Tech major is designed to be completed in four years. Our four-year plan helps ensure you take required courses in the order they need to be taken, so you can stay on track and graduate on time.


 

see the 4-year plan (PDF)

Curriculum

This program focuses on applying engineering principles to solve practical problems. Develop skills in hands-on application labs and courses that explore the fundamentals of electronics, mathematics, physics, computers, and control systems.
Teamwork, technical writing, and project management are also emphasized throughout the curriculum.
 

see the curriculum overview


Ready to plug in?

Popular career options include:
  • Telecommunications
  • Signal processing
  • Medical technology and devices
  • Process control
  • Computer technology
  • Conventional and green energy production/distribution
  • Aerospace and avionics
  • Optics and optoelectronics
  • Manufacturing and testing
  • Research and development
  • Project management