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Electrical Engineering Degree - About the Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology

Getting an Electrical Engineering Degree, a blue print for a better future

If you dream of a future in the field of technology, this Miami Dade College four-year Electrical Engineering degree might be just what you need to spark a career in electronics.

Combining a challenging curriculum with practical experience, this electrical engineering degree program covers project management, technical writing, teamwork and more in addition to the core analytical and technical skills that will open the doors to a variety of technology-related disciplines.

This program is designed to provide a seamless opportunity to attain a bachelor’s degree without losing credits for students who have earned Associate’s Degrees in Electronics Engineering Technology and for those who have completed the following associate’s programs: Computer Engineering Technology, Telecommunications Engineering Technology and Biomedical Engineering Technology.




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