Applied Electronics Engineering

This program is ideal for students interested in programmable logic controllers (PLCs), digital logic, computer analysis of major digital logic families, control systems technology, microprocessors, and digital communications.

Applied Electronics Engineering graduates have employment opportunities in positions such as:

  • field support engineer
  • maintenance engineer
  • technical sales engineer
  • process control engineer
  • project engineer
  • security specialist
  • installation specialist
  • maintenance supervision in the manufacturing and process industry, service industry and government

The percentage of students employed within four months of graduation from this program is 76% (5 year average).

For course requirements information, please download an Audit Sheet for Applied Electronics Engineering (2018-2019) that outlines all courses required for Applied Electronics Engineering.

For more information, please contact Dr. Noureddine Bekhouche, program coordinator for the Applied Electronics Engineering Program.