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Online Electronics Engineering Technology B.S.

With the ever-changing world of technology, tech-savvy professionals are needed now more than ever. With the bachelor of science (B.S.) degree in electronics engineering technology from Indiana State University, you'll gain the knowledge, skills, and expertise you need for highly technical and professional careers.

This online B.S. in electronics engineering technology is designed for transfer students and focuses on basic technical areas, foundational studies, management, mathematics, computer science, and specialized technology. You'll learn online from full-time, dedicated faculty members at Indiana State who bring a broad range of real-world experience to you.

Admission—Minimum Requirements

The online bachelor's in electronics engineering technology is designed for transfer students. Specific freshman and sophomore courses (listed below) must have been completed. To be admitted to the program, the applicant must be admitted to the University as a degree-seeking student and satisfy the following:

Careers in Electronics Engineering Technology

This online bachelor's degree in electronics engineering technology will prepare you for highly technical and professional careers in:

  • Electrical power operations
  • Electronics manufacturing
  • Instrumentation and control
  • Technical sales and field services

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