Program Placement Rate:

100%

Source 2016-17 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

Electronics Engineering Technology

Learn to design, install, and troubleshoot a wide variety of electronic equipment with a degree in Electronics Engineering Technology.

25.8

Job Inquiries Per Graduate

Source 2016-17 Dunwoody Career Services Annual Report

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2 Years

Graduates earn an associate of applied science degree

DAYTIME CLASSES ONLY
AND ON CAMPUS ONLY

Facilities

Advanced Electronics Lab

Advanced Electronics Lab

Learn how to assemble and test complex circuit boards for use in a variety of electronics applications.
  • 12 Digital Oscilloscopes
  • 6 Advanced Soldering Stations
  • Circuit Board Prototyping Mill
  • 6 NIDA Microporcessor Trainers
  • 6 Motorola Microcontroller Trainers
Industrial Controls PLC Lab

Industrial Controls and PLC Lab

Learn to debug and program programmable logic controllers for use in a variety of control systems.
  • 11 Allen Bradley RS500 PLCs
  • 11 Allen Bradley RS5000 PLCs
  • 11 Siemens S7-1200 PLCs
  • 11 Cognex Machine Vision Systems
  • 11 ABB VFDs
  • 11 Maple Systems Touch HMIs
Basic Electricity Lab

Basic Electricity Lab

Complete projects that help you learn the fundamentals of electricity, including how to analyze, design, build, and test series, parallel and combination AC and DC...
  • 12 Oscilloscopes
  • 12 powersupplies and function generators
  • 12 Elenco circuit prototyping stations
  • 12 Relay Logic control panels