Electrical Engineering Technology :: Career and Transfer
Nearly all Electrical Engineering Technology Program graduates go on to earn a baccalaureate degree
within three years of graduating from Morrisville. Graduates earning a "C" or better in their mathematics and science
courses will usually be accepted as juniors for transfer programs in Electrical Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, or Electrical Engineering Technology.
Students who choose to enter into full-time employment immediately after graduation may expect to work in the fabrication, troubleshooting, and initial manufacturing of prototypes of circuit designs; the maintenance and operation of automated manufacturing, communications, or medical equipment; the field servicing of retail or industrial equipment; or provide laboratory support in various electronics environments.
Many EET graduates have also chosen to stay at Morrisville and earn an additional A.S. degree in Engineering Science, which gives them the opportunity to transfer into bachelor level Engineering or Physics programs.