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Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering Technology

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Electrical Engineering Tech

Tomorrows tech Has Arrived

Prepare to take part in that journey.

Today, electromechanics is a vital and growing component for a large variety of businesses not only in Northeast Wisconsin but throughout the world. Students and graduates of our electrical engineering technology program are meeting those needs. In fact, we often have more job and internship opportunities than we can fill! Organizations need your skills and expertise, and this program provides a hands-on experience for you to become industry-ready.

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Take your place with our next class of innovative scholars and creative inventors in electrical engineering technology.



The median salary for our 2021 graduates was $78,252, about $30,000 over the median salary for all occupations.

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Great Value

Compared to other schools throughout the state, our tuition is lower and more cost-effective.

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Test The Theories

You'll be the hands-on problem solver, bringing cutting-edge designs to life.

Electrical Engineering Technology provides a hands-on experience in learning the course material. A design may appear flawless on the computer, but it's up to you to implement that design. You’ll develop, test and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment like communication equipment, radar systems, medical monitoring equipment, control devices, power systems and computer technology.

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Stem Innovation Center

You'll learn at the epicenter for technological advancement in our region.

The STEM center is a 63,730 square-foot hub of collaboration, innovation and experiential learning. More than a classroom, the space cultivates scientific understanding and gives you the opportunity to create solutions for local and global problems. You’ll have access to tools that range from CNC machines, 3D printers, material characterizing equipment, automation control systems, diesel and gasoline engines, turbines and pumps, to a variety of laboratory and classroom spaces.

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Team Labs

Representing the relationship between technology and arts.

Our TEAM labs, located in the Information Sciences building, is a 13,300-square-foot space equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories with advanced instrumentation and technology. Students can build skills in radio, television, internet broadcasting, podcasting, gaming, social media, entertainment and journalism. In addition this space also houses the following engineering laboratories:

  • Electrical Circuits Lab - IS 1067
  • Electronic Lab - IS 1063
  • Automation Lab - IS 1043
  • Electrical Machines Lab - IS 1047
  • Senior Design Lab - IS 1071
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ABET Accreditation

The UW-Green Bay Electrical Engineering Technology Program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET. What does that mean for you? This accreditation means you're getting the highest quality education and enhances your employment opportunities.

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Eric Sweetman

The Phoenix Drive

"I wouldn't be in the position that I am today, I wouldn't have the knowledge I have today if it wasn't for UWGB and going through the program with the instructors that I have had. And just using that practical knowledge and theoretical knowledge that they were able to support as I was learning it. In my mind, I'm everything that is a Phoenix. And that drive inside of me, whatever you want to call it, pushed me to what I am doing today."
Eric Sweetman '21
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Professor Jagadeep Thota

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As the chair for our engineering and engineering technology programs, Professor Jagadeep Thota is well versed in our discipline. If you have any questions, get in touch with him!

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