Bachelor of Science Electronic Engineering (B.S.E.E.) Degree
Electronic engineering is an applied science that examines the use of electronic components to design electronic systems (such as circuits and microcontrollers) utilized in various applications, including analog/digital electronics, consumer electronics, embedded systems, biomedical electronics and many others. Through the use of mathematics and engineering acumen, digital and analog components are assembled to create modular systems that integrate together to form complex devices from TV's to medical imaging equipment. Electronic Engineers are employed in many industries such as manufacturing, research, business, communications, government, healthcare, commercial and other sectors.
B.S.E.E. Program Overview
The Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering (B.S.E.E.) program covers a variety of concepts in the electronic engineering discipline. Among the topics in the curriculum are industrial electronics, software applications, biomedical electronics, and electronics system design. The program is intended for students seeking to build a strong engineering foundation from the ground up, beginning from fundamental digital and analog circuity concepts to advanced electronic system design. The B.S.E.E. program is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).
The B.S.E.E. program is challenging, developed for career driven individuals, and scheduled with flexibility in mind. Highlights include:
- ACCELERATED The program can be completed between two to three years. How? Courses are scheduled to be continuous with no summer breaks.
- EVENING CLASSES Classes generally begin after 5pm to allow students to attend to other responsibilities throughout the daytime.
- FRONT LOADED TECHNICAL COURSES Course schedule sequences are designed for students to first complete primarily technical courses, not general eds, so that they can pursue entry level employment in technical fields to gain experience while pursuing their degree.
Request more information to learn more about the B.S.E.E. program at SCIT. Applicants are welcome to visit our campus and tour the various lab facilities to learn if the program fits both their academic and career goals.
The B.S.E.E. program is a career focused program that aims to provide graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue entry level employment in electronic engineering related fields. As such, the curriculum has been designed to be industry relevant and is continually updated to meet changing workforce demands. Faculty members bring years of industry experience to the classroom to emphasize the practical application of course topics.
- Career Focused
- Industry Relevant
- Experienced Faculty
Course topics are broad in scope and range from industrial systems to biomedical devices. The program emphasizes electronic system design and biomedical electronics whereby students learn concepts and obtain skills related to process control, instrumentation diagnostics, circuit analysis and more. The curriculum has a heavy hands-on component whereby students work in several of SCIT’s instructional labs, some of which include: Electronic Circuits Lab and the Digital Analog Electronics Lab.
- Hands-On & Lab Based
- Emphasis on Manufacturing & Industrial Systems