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B.S. Electronics Engineering Technology

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Norfolk State University
Bachelor of Science Electronics Engineering Technology (BS. EET)

Position yourself to thrive in an electronics engineering career by earning your Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology degree from Norfolk State University. Accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), NSU’s Electronics Engineering Technology degree offers hands-on opportunities to develop the technology, management and applied engineering competencies you need to stay competitive within many professional roles in industrial, business, government and institutional settings.

As you pursue your Electronics Engineering Technology degree at NSU, you will connect with and be mentored by our expert faculty and receive the training that leads to job offers.

Get noticed with an NSU electronics engineering technology degree

What can a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology degree do to help you stand out in the job market for careers in electronics engineering technology? In short: a lot. Consider that employers come to campus career fairs every year to recruit our students for internships and offer them jobs at places including the Newport News shipyard, Intel, Ferguson and various federal agencies.

B.S. Electronics Engineering Technology Degree at a Glance

  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 15:1
  • Formats Offered: In Person
  • Total Credit Hours: 120

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Why Study Electronics Engineering Technology at NSU? 

Perhaps an even bigger question you have is, “What is electronics engineering technology?” It’s everywhere in the modern world, from the mobile phones we use to the gaming systems we play and the automobiles we drive. 

The B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology program at NSU offers the coursework, mentors and hands-on experiences that will prepare you to work effectively as part of a team in an engineering technological environment. 

Put your classroom learning into practice

Most of the electronics engineering technology courses you’ll take have corresponding lab classes associated with the theory you learn from lectures. These labs, including our Electronics Lab and Robotic Navigation Lab, will help you learn how to use electronic equipment such as a digital multimeter, oscilloscope, function generator and power supply.

Get hands-on experience in your field

NSU is located close to the Newport News shipyard and other shipyards and high-tech companies, which generates opportunities for you to pursue professional electronics engineering technology internships. Most of our students who obtain internships usually get offers for careers in electronics engineering technology before finishing their program.

Access first-class faculty 

You will learn from and connect with faculty members from international and diverse backgrounds who bring industry experiences into the classroom and the lab.

What Courses Will I Take as a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology Student?

To earn your Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology degree from NSU, you must complete 120 total credit hours. This includes a wide range of courses that will instill the knowledge needed to enter and excel in the electronics engineering field.

Some of the core courses you’ll take as an Electronics Engineering Technology major include:

  •  Circuit Analysis
  •  Digital Systems Design
  •  Microprocessors
  •  Computer Networks Technology
  •  Electronic Devices

In addition to these core courses, your Senior Projects will also offer the opportunity for you to develop a career portfolio, review soft skills and gain approval for a formal experience to complete a project.

View the full Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology curriculum. 

Where Will My Electronics Engineering Technology Degree Take Me? 

As you consider careers in electronics engineering technology, your Norfolk State University education will prepare you for entry-level technology, management and applied engineering positions.

Your electronics engineering technology degree will equip you with skills that include:

  • Designing, building, simulating, troubleshooting and decision-making for digital logic and analog circuits
  • Applying your knowledge of science, mathematics and electronics engineering technology applications to workplace functions/responsibilities
  • Integrating your knowledge of project management and tools for electronics engineering technology practice
  • Employing global technologies to address social, economic and environmental issues

You will also build interpersonal, communication, teamwork and critical thinking skills to help as you pursue careers in electronics engineering technology.

Career outlook for Electronics Engineering Technology majors

Your electronics engineering technology degree will help you secure positions such as electrical engineering patent examiner, electronics engineering technologist or information technology specialist. You could also pursue a career as a project manager, a systems engineer or systems technologist. 
Who hires graduates with a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology?

 Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center
 Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries
 UPS
 Accenture
 Lockheed Martin

The average starting salary for graduates of our electronics engineering technology degree program is $54,000 annually. 

 
How Do I Get Started in the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology at NSU? 

You must apply and be admitted to NSU (according to our admission standards). Our Office of Admissions  is ready to help you understand these requirements and apply to NSU. 

Transferring to NSU?

If you’ve taken courses at another college or university, you may be able to apply that credit to your NSU degree in Electronics Engineering Technology. Our office of Transfer Admissions and Services can help simplify your transfer process. 

Scholarships and financial assistance opportunities

We are committed to providing financial assistance options to prospective and current Norfolk State University students to make an

NSU degree more affordable. 

Many scholarships are available to help lower out-of-pocket costs, as well as a wide variety of financial aid programs such as grants, student employment opportunities and loans. 

Our Financial Aid Office  can assist you in understanding and qualifying for additional ways to pay for your degree.

“The diverse faculty and hands on laboratory components to each course were definitely one of the contributors to my success both academically and in the industry after graduation.” 

– Deron J., 2015, B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology


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Accreditation for the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology at NSU

The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology at Norfolk State University is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). Norfolk State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SCHEV) to award associate, baccalaureate, master’s and doctoral degrees.