In addition to tuition, estimated costs for students who complete the courses listed below are books, $3,410; class fees, $561; universal fees, $3,193; differential fees, $1,390; Intel-compatible computer, $800; and equipment and supplies, $510. Contact the Financial Aid Office at 503.399.5018 to find out if you qualify for help with these costs.
Upon graduation from the Electronic Engineering Technician degree, you may begin a career assisting in the design, manufacturing, installation, and service of microelectronics and semiconductor manufacturing systems, telecommunication equipment and systems, electronic test instruments, medical measuring and monitoring equipment, computers, video systems, automation products, security and safety systems, process control systems, and flexible automation systems (robots). Training includes specific technical skills needed in the field and broader skills in communications, teamwork, and human relations, which are necessary for career success.
As a graduate of this program, you may choose to transfer to a school such as Oregon Institute of Technology to complete the coursework required for a bachelor’s degree. If you wish to transfer, declare your intent before the first term and work closely with electronics advisor Charles Sekafetz, 503.399.6254, and the institution to which you plan to transfer.
Students entering this program must have an Intelcompatible computer (Pentium 4 or better) and be computer literate (type approximately 20 wpm and be familiar with the Windows operating system and word processing and spreadsheet software).
You may earn an associate of applied science degree by successfully completing the required 103 credit hours with a grade of “C” or better in all courses.