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About Electrical Engineering Technology

Cutting-Edge Curriculum

Technology doesn't stand still, and neither do we.

We continually revise our classes to stay ahead of the curve. Our curriculum features new and exciting areas within electrical engineering technology. We offer several courses that discuss sustainability in engineering, which is critical for the modern era of engineering and building successful future communities. You’ll also learn about electromechanical systems, electrical and electronic circuits, wireless networks, electrical machinery, programmable logic controllers (PLC) and computer programming, among other concepts in the field. All of your courses are focused to prepare you for the workforce.

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Keep your hard-earned credits. Find your school's transfer guide for electrical engineering technology.

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Learning Outcomes

Find out more about our program, including graduation statistics and goals for our graduates.

What You'll Learn

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Futurizing Green Bay

Become a part of the exciting innovation happening in our community.

Our region is leveling up as one of the fasting-growing technology centers in the state. And the epicenter is Green Bay—a smart city focused on innovation in dozens of industries. The best part? You'll be positioned to take your place with the best and the brightest!

Fast Facts

Still making your major decision? Learn more to help you figure out if our program is right for you.

How Much Math?

Our program relies less on advanced math, and more on hands-on projects and practical applications by working on cutting-edge-technology. So there's no reason to let "math-phobia" get in the way of your degree.

Small Class Sizes

Classes range from 10 to 25 students, so you’ll have direct contact with your professors. You’ll have a better student-professor relationship, so you’ll get more access to opportunities.

Renowned Professors

Our professors are internationally recognized researchers and award-winning teachers. And, even more importantly, they're here to help you succeed.

Professor Jagadeep Thota

Want to Know More?

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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