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You have options in Mitchell’s Electronics Engineering Technology (EET) program. You may start work on a bachelor’s degree in electrical/electronic engineering technology or train for the workforce on the technical track. Either way, you will learn about DC/AC circuits, analog electronics, digital electronics, microprocessors, electronic communication systems, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), electrical machines, fabrication techniques and design. 

Electronics Engineering Technologist
Electronics Engineering Technician
Electrical Engineering Technician
Process Improvement Technician
Research Technician
Construction Technician and Manager
Materials Tester

Transfer options through UNC system adds a range of potential jobs at the engineer level.

Whether you are just looking for some information or you already know what you want to do, use our information request form to start the discussion on your future with Mitchell’s EET programs.


Tour the Electronics Lab with our Instructor

Have Questions?

Tony Briceno, Program Coordinator & Lead Instructor
(704) 878-3315