The Electrical Engineering Technology program at Madison College will provide you with the skills you need for a variety of in-demand jobs related to electrical engineering. As an Electrical Engineering Technology student, you will:
- Learn to analyze complex problems and develop solutions
- Build strong math and analytical skills
- Utilize electronics terminology, schematic symbols and electronic standards
- Assemble circuits from schematics, wiring diagrams and/or specifications
- Define the math parameters of alternating current (AC) signals
- Derive simplified equivalent circuits for basic AC circuits
- Explain the basic characteristics of a differential transistor and operational amplifiers
- Interface digital to field devices and determine functions of electronic memory
- Create clocked logic circuits to drive encoders, decoders and multiplexer systems
- Build microcontrollers/microprocessors and embedded systems architecture
- Implement serial and parallel communications
Electrical Engineering Technology graduates can transfer as a junior into the Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering program at Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE). Additional transfer pathways include transfer into a Bachelor of Science in Physics at Edgewood College and into the UW-Platteville Electrical Engineering major through the UW-Platteville Engineering Partnership.
Students in the Electrical Engineering Technology program can attend full or part time.
Electrical Engineering Technology program classes may be offered at these Madison College campuses:
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