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Electronic Engineering Technology
Like to build electronic devices? Curious to know how electronic circuitary works? Want a job troubleshooting and fixing electronic products?
Electronic Engineering Technology program prepares you with fundamental knowledge of electronic components and trains you on analog and digital circuits. Students learn about robotics, microcontrollers, instrumentation, and various emerging technologies. Choose this career pathway with under $7,000 in total cost for the 2 year AAS degree, job growth of 12%, and average salary of $72, 200*
Want to continue with your education for a Bachelor's Degree?
You can transfer this two-year AAS degree to BAAS (Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences) degree from various 4-year institutes.
*Data for Collin County obtained from JobsEQ and O*Net. Average salary for occupation as of 2108 and job growth projected from 2019-2026