Applied Electronics Engineering

Electronics Engineering Student

The bachelor of science in Applied Electronics Engineering is perfect for students interested in designing, developing, and testing industrial networks, control systems, and programmable logic controllers. Other areas of interest include: digital logic, computer analysis of major digital logic families, industrial robotics, microprocessors, circuits, and digital communications.

Potential Careers

  • Controls Engineer
  • Electronics Engineer
  • Network and Computer Systems Specialist
  • Field Support Engineer
  • Maintenance Engineer
  • Technical Sales Engineer
  • Project Engineer
  • Installation Specialist

Median Annual Salary

Electronics Engineer $99,070
Process Controls Engineer $87,049
Network and Computer Systems Administrators $82,050
Field Support Engineer $87,040
Sales Engineer $101,420

*Median annual salaries are from The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

Course Information

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The bachelor of science program in Applied Electronics Engineering is accredited by ATMAE.

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