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EnTec Bachelor of Science - Electronics Engineering Technology

Program Description

The primary goal of the Bachelor of Science-Electronics Engineering Technology is Miami Dade College is to provide students with a high
quality, accessible, cost-effective and seamless academic program designed to meet the critical workforce need for
baccalaureate-prepared engineers in the State of Florida.The program has been approved by the Florida State Board of Education and the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Program Design

The BS-Electronics Engineering Technology is designed to provide a seamless opportunity to attain a bachelor's degree without losing transfer credits for AS-Electronics Engineering Technology students and for those who have completed the following AS programs: Computer Engineering Technology, Telecommunications Engineering Technology, and Biomedical Engineering Technology. Students enrolled in the BS-EET will acquire hands-on experiences that reflect industry practice and that develop much needed industry skills such as project management, teamwork, and technical writing.

Program Opportunities

The BS-EET prepares students for employment in such occupations as Electronics Engineer, Test Engineer, Project Engineer, Electronics Manufacturing Engineer, Electronics Systems Engineer, Electronics Hardware Engineer, Technical Support Engineer, Quality Control Engineer, Reliability Engineer, Field Engineer, Processing Engineer, or Sales Engineer.

Program Length

The Bachelor of Science program is 134 credit hours, with a minimum of 60 credit hours required for admission to upper division status.

Admissions

Students must have an earned AA or AS degree from a regionally accredited institution or must have completed a minimum of 60 credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 and a minimum 2.5 grade point average in all lower division Engineering technology core courses. Students must have a minimum of 28 credits of lower division technology courses and must satisfy all course prerequisite and State-mandated admission requirements before being admitted into upper division level Engineering Technology core courses.

When and Where

EnTec anticipates offering the Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology beginning in Fall 2011 at the Kendall Campus.

Contact Information

For more information about the program, contact Mr. Jeff Miller at 305-237-0962.




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