Electrical Engineering Technology
Program Number: 106621
Area of Study: Architecture and Engineering
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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:
- Madison - Truax
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- View the admission requirements for application deadlines, materials and requirements.
- Attend an Advising, Application, Information & More (AAIM) Session to get started in the admission process.
- Visit MATC to learn more about the Madison College experience, including campus tours and program open houses.
Once you are admitted into your program, review the Start of Semester Checklist to prepare for your first day of classes at MATC.
Contact the Enrollment Center at EnrollmentServices@madisoncollege.edu or (608) 246-6210.
Prospective program students, the information below reflects the basic requirements for students admitted for the 2019-2020 academic year. To learn more about Madison College, visit us.
Current program students (including newly admitted), go directly to your Degree Progress Report (also referred to as an Advising Report or Academic Requirements) to view:
- Progress toward your specific requirements
- Alternative (in lieu of) courses to meet specific requirements
If you have questions after reviewing your report, please see Advising Services.
Madison College has the following Transfer Partnerships for this program. Review the list and identify the right college or university to earn your bachelor’s degree.
After you identify your best transfer options, review the steps to transfer, attend transfer events, and meet with your program advisor every semester to keep your transfer plans on track.
Wisconsin SchoolsDetailsStudents who complete any associate degree at Madison Area Technical College will have no additional general education core curriculum requirements to meet but must satisfy the Kirkpatrick Signature Series requirement. This applies to students who are pursuing a bachelors of arts, bachelors of science or bachelors of fine arts at Bellevue University.DetailsPer the agreement, students must complete the associates of arts, associates of science or associates of applied science with an overall GPA of a 2.0 prior to transferring. Articulation agreement is for students who graduate from appropriate program and wish to pursue one of the following degrees at Capella: Bachelor of Science in Business specializations, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Public Safety specializations, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (must hold a valid RN license) and Bachelor of Science in Psychology.DetailsA student who completes an associate of arts, associate of science or associates of applied science is considered part of the ‘advanced core‘. The Advanced Core requires students to have earned at least 64 credits of transfer. If students transfer prior to completion or with less than 64 credits they will be considered part of the standard core and credits will be evaluated on a course by course basis.DetailsStudents should meet with their program advisor to learn more about the Electrical Engineering-Physics pathway guide. Students who complete the associates degree and pathway may have up to 64 credits applied toward completion of a physics degree with an electrical engineering emphasis including 24 credits in the major.DetailsStudents who complete the Associate Degree of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering Technology, Civil Engineering Technology, Mechanical Design Technology, Electromechanical Technology or Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology at Madison College will be guaranteed admission to Edgewood College when students transfer directly from Madison College to Edgewood College within 5 years of completing the Associate Degree.DetailsStudents will be granted admission to a bachelors degree program upon completion of an approved transfer program at Madison College. Students must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater while at Madison College. Regardless of the number of credits transferred students must complete at least 25% of their baccalaureate degree credits at Herzing University University.DetailsStudent who earn an Associate Degree from Madison College can transfer a minimum of 60 credits and a maximum of 72 credits to Lakeland College to be applied to the requirements of the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sciences degree.DetailsStudents must enter the electrical engineering program fall of 2015 and plan on entering MSOE AAS-EET to BSEE Transfer Track in the Electrical Engineering program in fall 2017. Must complete all Madison College courses with a C or better and meet MSOE Electrical Engineering admission requirements with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater.DetailsStudents who complete the applied associates degree in Electrical Engineering Technology may have up to 56-58 credits applied toward the BS in Electrical Engineering Technology. Students must meet all UWGB degree requirements for graduation. At least 30 credits must be completed at UWGB to satisfy the UWGB residency requirement.DetailsThe terms of the Leadership & Org Studies agreement are limited to students who complete an associates of applied science degree and are admitted to the Organizational Studies emphasis of the Leadership and Organizational Studies at UW O. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Non-Wisconsin SchoolsDetailsStudents who complete any associate degree at Madison Area Technical College will have no additional general education core curriculum requirements to meet but must satisfy the Kirkpatrick Signature Series requirement. This applies to students who are pursuing a bachelors of arts, bachelors of science or bachelors of fine arts at Bellevue University.DetailsPer the agreement, students must complete the associates of arts, associates of science or associates of applied science with an overall GPA of a 2.0 prior to transferring. Articulation agreement is for students who graduate from appropriate program and wish to pursue one of the following degrees at Capella: Bachelor of Science in Business specializations, Bachelor of Science in Information Technology, Bachelor of Science in Public Safety specializations, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (must hold a valid RN license) and Bachelor of Science in Psychology.DetailsStudents graduating with an associate degree from MATC with a 2.0 GPA or higher are guaranteed admissions into CSU-Global and can transfer up to 64 semester credits from MATC to be applied toward earning a Bachelor’s Degree at CSU-Global.DetailsA student who completes an associate of arts, associate of science or associates of applied science is considered part of the ‘advanced core‘. The Advanced Core requires students to have earned at least 64 credits of transfer. If students transfer prior to completion or with less than 64 credits they will be considered part of the standard core and credits will be evaluated on a course by course basis.DetailsFranklin University will guarantee acceptance of all Madison College graduates with an Associate in Arts, Associate in Science or Associate of Applied Science. Madison College graduates will have junior standing at Franklin University and may transfer additional credits (up to a maximum of 94) toward their baccalaureate degree.DetailsStudents will be granted admission to a bachelors degree program upon completion of an approved transfer program at Madison College. Students must have earned a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater while at Madison College. Regardless of the number of credits transferred students must complete at least 25% of their baccalaureate degree credits at Herzing University University.
MATC Electrical Engineering Technology program graduates are prepared to:
- Apply electronic theory to practice
- Operate test equipment
- Build electronic circuits and systems
- Evaluate the operation of electronic circuits or systems
- Communicate technical information
Earning your Associate Degree in Applied Science in the Electrical Engineering Technology program at Madison Area Technical College prepares you for valuable work as a/an:
- Engineering Assistant
- Electronic Development Technician
- Electronic Technician
- Electronic Maintenance Technician
- Electronic Test Technician
- Field Service Technician
With additional education and/or work experience, graduates may find employment as a/an:
- Electrical Engineer
- Computer Engineer
- Electronic Production Supervisor
- Electronic Maintenance Supervisor
- Field Service Engineer
- Network Engineer
Graduate Report Summary Overview
2017 2018 2019 Number of Program Graduates 17 13 12 Number of Surveys Sent 17 13 12 Number of Surveys Returned 12 9 11 Percent of Surveys Returned 70.60% 69.20% 91.70% Available for Employment 10 7 8 Percent Available for Employment 83.30% 77.80% 72.70% Not in Labor Market 2 2 3 Percent Not in Labor Market 16.70% 22.20% 27.30% Available for Employment
2017 2018 2019 Graduates Employed 9 7 8 Percent of Graduates Employed 90.00% 100.00% 100.00% Employed in Related Occupation 7 5 7 Percent Employed in Related Occupation 77.80% 71.40% 87.50% Employed in Unrelated Occupation 2 2 1 Percent Employed in Unrelated Occupation 22.20% 28.60% 12.50% Employed - No Response 0 0 0 Percent Employed - No Response 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Seeking Employment 1 0 0 Percent Seeking Employment 10.00% 0.00% 0.00% Reaction To Training at Madison College
2017 2018 2019 Student satisfaction Mean (Out of 4) 3.8 3.6 3.5 Number of Satisfaction Responses 12 9 11 Very Satisfied (4) 9 5 5 Percent Very Satisfied 75.00% 55.60% 45.50% Satisfied (3) 3 4 6 Percent Satisfied 25.00% 44.40% 54.50% Unsatisfied (2) 0 0 0 Percent Unsatisfied 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Very Unsatisfed (1) 0 0 0 Percent Very Unsatisfied 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Primary Reason for Attending Madison College
2017 2018 2019 Number of Primary Reason Responses 12 9 11 Preparation for Getting a Job 5 4 5 Percent Preparation for Getting a Job 41.70% 44.40% 45.50% Career Change 0 2 2 Percent Career Change 0.00% 22.20% 18.20% Improvement of Existing Skills 1 0 1 Percent Improvement of Existing Skills 8.30% 0.00% 9.10% Preparation for Further Education 3 1 3 Percent Preparation for Further Education 25.00% 11.10% 27.30% Personal Interest 3 2 0 Percent Personal Interest 25.00% 22.20% 0.00% Other 0 0 0 Percent Other 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% When Employment was Obtained
2017 2018 2019 Number of When Employment Obtained Responses 9 6 8 Before Enrollment 1 1 2 Percent Before Enrollment 11.10% 16.70% 25.00% While Attending the College 4 1 4 Percent While Attending the College 44.40% 16.70% 50.00% After Training at the College 4 4 2 Percent After Training at the College 44.40% 66.70% 25.00% Location of Employment (related and unrelated)
2017 2018 2019 Number of Employment Location Responses 9 7 8 In College District 8 6 7 Percent In College District 88.90% 85.70% 87.50% In Wisconsin, Not in District 0 1 1 Percent of In Wisconsin 0.00% 14.30% 12.50% Outside of Wisconsin 1 0 0 Percent Outside Wisconsin 11.10% 0.00% 0.00% Employer Location Unknown 0 0 0 Percent Location Unknown 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Salary Trend Salary Trend 2017 2018 2019 Full Time Employment (Related Job) Full Time Salary Count 7 3 4 Average Monthly Wage $3,735 $3,298 $4,184 Average Hourly Wage $21.71 $19.18 $24.33 Average Work Hours per Week 40.7 46.3 39.8 Part Time Employment (Related Job) Part Time Salary Count 0 2 Average Hourly Wage $14.90 Average Work Hours per Week 30 28
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Graduate Employers for academic year: 2019 Employer(s) Job Title City* State** Positions American Family Insurance Communication Collaboration Senior Technologist Extreme Engineering Solutions Electronic Technician Verona Hi-Techniques Inc Electronics Technician Madison Area Technical College Lab Assistant The Electrician Inc Electrician Mount Horeb X-ES Electronic Technician
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