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Would you be interested in a program where 100% of graduates are employed or enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program within six months of graduation? If so ZSC’s Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology is for you.

Knowledge is power, and the knowledge from this program can power cities. You’ll work with industry equipment from Tektronix, Agilent, and Allen-Bradley in labs specially designed for Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology classes and learn to design, build, troubleshoot, repair, maintain, and program electrical and electronic equipment for business, industry, and government.

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

Once you complete the program you can become certified engineering technicians by passing the NICET exam. If you complete the networking component of the curriculum, you may site for the Cisco Certified Newtwork Asscoiate (CCNA) exam.

With these skills, and our partnerships with employers, there will be no static finding a new career as: Electrical Engineering Technician, Electrical Maintenance Technician, Network Technician, Station Electrician, Protection and Control Technician, Telecommunications Technician, Biomedical Technician, Distribution Dispatcher, PLC Programmer, and more.

The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology program is nationally recognized for its quality. It is a ETAC/ABET accredited program (Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, 415 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD, 21201), phone 410.347.7700.

The rapid growth of electronic, telecommunication, and computer industries worldwide has led to a demand for electronics technicians that has far exceeded 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 American Electric Power, SBC, Canon, IBM, Boeing, Lucent Technologies, Verizon, AT&T, and Xerox.

Over the next decade electric utilities in our region and the nation are forecasting a need for a significant number of new hires to replace a retiring workforce. Demand for degreed technicians by the utility industry is very strong. The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology works closely with electric utilities to identify skills needed by that industry.

You have the power.

Degree: 
AAS
Location: 
Zanesville
Duration: 
2 Years
Type: 
Engineering

Curriculum:

Associate Degree

Course of Study

Program Brochure

Program Educational Objectives

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Annual Student Enrollment and Graduation Data:

Recent Enrollment Data:

Fall 2012 - 121
Spring 2013 - 110
Summer 2013 - 57
Fall 2013 - 103
Fall 2014 - 84
Fall 2015 - 78
Fall 2016 - 94
Fall 2017 - 85

Recent Graduation Data:

Spring and Summer 2013 - 20
Spring 2014 - 16
Summer 2014 - 3
Fall 2014 - 6
Spring 2015 - 20
Summer 2015 - 4
Fall 2015 - 2
Spring 2016 - 18
Summer 2016 - 3
Fall 2016 - 2
Spring 2017 - 22
Summer 2017 - 2
Fall 2017 - 5