Electrical/electronic engineering technology | Stark State College - North Canton, Ohio
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Electrical/electronic engineering technology

In Stark State’s electrical/electronic engineering technology program students will learn about the generation, transmission and distribution of electrical power; its application to power and control industrial processes; and wiring systems design. You’ll gain knowledge of the field and extensive hands-on experience with lab techniques and equipment. The curriculum includes electronic courses, as well as traditional courses in electrical power, machines and control.

Prepare for a career as a(n)
(may include, but not limited to):

  • transmission and distribution planner
  • industrial process control technician
  • electrical contractor
  • project manager
  • electrical technician
  • engineering assistant
  • service technician

Stark State graduate have worked for the following companies
(may include, but not limited to):

  • First Energy – substation technician and line technician
  • Diebold – electrical engineering specialist
  • LUK USA – maintenance electrician
  • Powell Electric – electrical designer
  • The Timken Company – engineer technician
  • American Electric Power – electrical technician
  • IBEW Local 540 – journeyman electrician
  • Hannon Electric – service technician
  • Hilcher-Clarke Electric – electrician
  • LG Fuel Cell System, Inc. – engineering technician
  • Republic Steel – electrical maintenance

Electrical engineering technology vs. pre-engineering electrical engineering

Both AAS engineering technology and AS pre-engineering degrees articulate to BS degrees at the University of Akron.
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Your pathway to a degree

You can start with an industrial electricity and electronics, industrial controls, and/or electrical/electronic troubleshooting certificate, taking classes that directly apply to the associate degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology:

Certificates

Associate degree

  • Associate of applied science in electrical/electronic engineering technology

Program scholarships 

  • Engineering Memorial scholarship
  • Choose Ohio First scholarship

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Accreditation

The electrical/electronic engineering technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC of ABET); www.abet.org

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