About the Program
The Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology (BS-EET) is a plus-two program that builds on associate degrees earned in electronic engineering technology or similar areas. The program provides an opportunity to choose a plan of study toward a bachelor’s degree which best meets the student’s needs. Entrance requirements to this program include an associate degree in electronic engineering technology with appropriate coursework, including physical sciences and mathematics (through analytic geometry with calculus).
Graduates from BridgeValley Community and Technical College with an associate degree in electronic engineering technology may transfer directly into the program as juniors. Graduates of associate degree programs in electronic engineering technology or related programs from other institutions may enter the program as juniors based on an evaluation of their transcripts. This evaluation determines if additional lower division courses will be required to meet the prerequisites of the program.
Students also may transfer from electronic/electrical engineering or related programs to the electronic engineering technology program at a level depending on the evaluation of their courses. Freshman students may gain admission to the program if several lower division courses are taken at BridgeValley Community and Technical College, which is located within walking distance of the WVU Tech campus.
All students must meet the requirements of the institution and the core curriculum for graduation.
Our Electronic Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering
Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.