Electronic Systems Engineering Technology graduates function in multidisciplinary teams to design, install, maintain, and repair systems, components, or processes meeting specific needs for engineering applications. They serve as a link between engineers and technicians in the workplace where they play a key role from the conception of electronic systems until their implementation. They are involved in the development, testing, production, and quality assurance of components and/or systems such as circuit boards, wireless phones, medical equipment, and control systems.
The ECPI curriculum provides ESET graduates with the education and foundation needed for employment in a variety of industries in the private and public sector, including the computer industry, homeland security, automation and manufacturing, and education.
- A high school diploma or GED is required
School Accreditation Statement
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges