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Associate of Applied Science, Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology

Close your eyes—imagine a world without electricity. There is no air conditioning, no charger to plug your cell phone into, and no heat for warmth in your home. Knowledge is power, and the knowledge from this program will power your city. Higher Power. Higher Voltage. Higher Pay. 

Explore the pockets of the workforce, and you’ll find everything from hooking up power with AEP to turning the lights on after a power outage to updating the equipment at the hospital for Grandma’s new scans. 

Connect the circuits in your life when your knowledge progresses from the basics of DC and AC circuit analysis, electronic devices, and digital signal processing through advanced coursework in electronic amplifiers, industrial instrumentation, microprocessor interfacing, PLC wiring, and programming, motors, and controls, designing and installing networked computer systems, and telecommunications.

The rapid growth of the electronic, telecommunication, and computer industries worldwide has led to a demand for electronics technicians far exceeding supply. As a result, wages and benefits for electronics technicians rank among the top for two-year graduates, often exceeding those of four-year graduates in other disciplines. Graduates work for such well-known companies as Intel, American Electric Power, Canon, IBM, Boeing, Tallgrass Energy, A-K Steel, EASi, Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Cooperative, Basic Systems, Columbia Gas, Verizon, AT&T, and Xerox.

Everything that the light touches… is powered by a student like you with an Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology Degree.

Highlights

100% of graduates are employed or enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program within six months of graduation?

With these skills, and our partnerships with employers, you will have a wide-range of career options.

The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (EEET) program is nationally recognized for its quality.

Success Stories

A Closer Look

With these skills, and our partnerships with employers, you will have a wide-range of career options. You will have the qualifications for these in-demand positions:

Electrical Engineering Technician

Electrical Maintenance Technician

Network Technician

Station Electrician

Protection and Control Technician

Telecommunications Technician

Biomedical Technician

Distribution Dispatcher

PLC Programmer

The program educational objectives (PEOs) of the Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (EEET) program at Zane State College as developed with input from employers, current students, and engineering technology faculty are listed below. The Zane State College EEET program will deliver a program of study that enables its graduates to:

  • obtain EEET technology-related employment, or transfer to a four-year B.S. program, or enter an electronics position in the armed services;
  • effectively work in cross functional or departmental teams;
  • communicate effectively with both internal and external customers;
  • design, build, troubleshoot, and/or repair circuits, subassemblies, or electrical/electronic products that consistently meet the requirements of a customer in amtimely manner;
  • consistently demonstrate ethical behavior and a positive attitude while working with people of differing age, gender, and background;
  • maintain and update their job-related skills through on-the-job training and/or continuing education (whether for credit or non-credit).
  • The EEET program will continue with external validation via renewed accreditation by ABET.*

*The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (EEET) Associates of Applied Science degree is nationally recognized for its quality. It is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, https//www.abet.org.

Graduates of the Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology program at Zane State College will demonstrate:
(1) an ability to apply knowledge, techniques, skills and modern tools of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to solve well-defined
engineering problems appropriate to the discipline;
(2) an ability to design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the engineering design of systems, components, or processes
appropriate to the discipline;
(3) an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in well defined technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify
and use appropriate technical literature
(4) an ability to conduct standard tests, measurements, and experiments and to analyze and interpret the results; and
(5) an ability to function effectively as a member of a technical team.

Zane State College EEET Program Graduation Data

  • 2012 Graduates: 35
  • 2013 Graduates: 31
  • 2014 Graduates: 26
  • 2015 Graduates: 26
  • 2016 Graduates: 23
  • 2017 Graduates: 29
  • 2018 Graduates: 42
  • 2019 Graduates: 25
  • 2020 Graduates: 25
  • 2021 Graduates: 27
  • 2022 Graduates: 36

Zane State College EEET Program Enrollment Data

  • Fall 2012: 39
  • Fall 2013: 57
  • Fall 2014: 73
  • Fall 2015: 72
  • Fall 2016: 94
  • Fall 2017: 85
  • Fall 2018: 70
  • Fall 2019: 75
  • Fall 2020: 71
  • Fall 2021: 78

Student Snapshots

A “behind the scenes” glimpse into what it’s like to be a Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology student at Zane State College.  

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Get To Know Your Professor

Jim Davis, Professor of Electrical Engineering

James Davis

EEET Program Instructor

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Zane State College EEET Program Graduation Data

  • 2012 Graduates: 35
  • 2013 Graduates: 31
  • 2014 Graduates: 26
  • 2015 Graduates: 26
  • 2016 Graduates: 23
  • 2017 Graduates: 29
  • 2018 Graduates: 42
  • 2019 Graduates: 25
  • 2020 Graduates: 25
  • 2021 Graduates: 27
  • 2022 Graduates: 36

Zane State College EEET Program Enrollment Data

  • Fall 2012: 39
  • Fall 2013: 57
  • Fall 2014: 73
  • Fall 2015: 72
  • Fall 2016: 94
  • Fall 2017: 85
  • Fall 2018: 70
  • Fall 2019: 75
  • Fall 2020: 71
  • Fall 2021: 78
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