Electronics Engineering Technology (BS)

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The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology provides the knowledge, skills, and management experience needed for technical and professional careers in instrumentation and control, robotics, electronics manufacturing, technical sales, and field service.

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Why Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics Engineering Technology at Indiana State?

A degree in electronics engineering technology provides practical skills for designing, troubleshooting, and maintaining electronic systems. This innovative field drives technological progress and supports advancements in telecommunications, automation, and consumer electronics. 

Our Graduates Land Top Industry Positions

Indiana State’s Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology is a model of practical, hands-on learning. Coursework progresses in a logical sequence from the most basic concepts through highly technical principles. Several professional courses are offered to assist in developing managerial skills.

The program provides maximum, laboratory-based experience from introductory courses through final program completion. As a graduate, you will be prepared for immediate, application-based employment. 

Opportunities for professional practice experience include co-op and internship programs, during which you will receive compensation as well as work experience in the field.

Learn from Our Excellent Faculty

Courses are taught by full-time professors with extensive industry experience. Small class sizes allow for individual attention. Our faculty’s vision is for you to enter the job market with specific skills that enable you to launch your career with a well-paid professional position in today’s globalized workplace.

Enrich Your Learning with Great Resources and Opportunities

Your coursework will be centered in the University's John T. Myers Technology Center, which has more than 20 laboratories featuring the most current equipment and technology. The use of modern design techniques, computer modeling, state-of-the-art lab experiences, and learner-oriented classes will help you achieve your full potential.

In addition to coursework, you may participate in activities and organizations that enable you to interact with other students and professionals in the industry, including ISA (the International Society of Automation) and IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers). 

What You’ll Learn in the Electronics Engineering Technology Program

The Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology is both a practitioner’s and a theorist’s degree. Technical coursework is combined with managerial study to create a program with quality and diverse content.

Technical areas of study include:

  • Electronics 
  • Circuit analysis 
  • Electronic devices and instrumentation design 
  • Industrial electronic pulse circuits 
  • Programmable logic controllers

Managerial areas of study include:

  • Computer systems management 
  • Industrial organization 
  • Industrial supervision



Transfer Credit

Indiana State University accepts credit from regionally accredited colleges and universities within the United States, and from selected schools located outside the United States. Credit also may be granted for military training and experience. Previously earned college credit can be applied toward completion of the program per Indiana State's transfer guidelines.

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Career Possibilities for Electronics Engineering Technology Majors

Our graduates secure highly sought positions in industry, business, and government. Career positions include instrumentation, electrical power, electronics manufacturing, technical field service, and technical sales.

Alumni have worked for such global companies as AT&T, Cinergy, Duke Energy, Elanco, Eli Lilly, Endress+Hauser, North American Lighting, LittleFuse, John Deere, General Dynamics, Hewlett Packard,  and Motorola, among many others.  

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Solving Problems and Devising Solutions

Sycamore grad Cara Lawrence, ’23 built a DC power supply from scratch for her Electronics Engineering Technology senior project. Lawrence enjoys the problem-solving aspects of the major, which helped prepare her for a career as a test engineer.

Learn about Cara’s experience.


Indiana State University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Higher Learning Commission

In addition, the Electronics Engineering Technology Program is accredited by ABET.