Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology

College of Technology, Architecture, and Applied Engineering

264 Technology Building, 419-372-2439
www.bgsu.edu/technology-architecture-and-applied-engineering/engineering-technologies/electronics-and-computer-engineering-technology.html

As industries become more automated and society becomes more dependent on electronic data communication, the demand increases for graduates with technical knowledge in electronics and computers. Bowling Green State University provides this knowledge through a progressive electronics and computer engineering technology major.

Electronics and computer engineering technology, pursuing to be accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ETAC-ABET), and currently accredited by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE), is a comprehensive study of diverse areas such as computer hardware and interfacing; digital communication and networking; computer-based instrumentation, data acquisition and process control. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of physics, mathematics and computer science to the study of electronics and computer engineering technology. This knowledge is blended with a core study of industry, business and liberal education to develop the whole person as well as flexibility for career responsibilities and advancement. An important component of this engineering technology curriculum is a cooperative education program that integrates students' industrial employment with classroom academics.

Students may participate in activities related to the Falcon BEST Robotics Competition, a program to help middle and high school students learn about roboptics in a competition format. Students may also participate in the student section of the International Society of Automation (ISA) by attending technical meetings and exhibitions. Scholarships are available from ISA.

Graduates of the major receive a bachelor of science in electronics and computer engineering technology degree and enter careers as a systems engineer, computer engineer, network administrator, product development engineer, control systems engineer, or process engineer. Graduates may also choose to pursue a post-graduate degree.

Learning Outcomes

Program-relevant learning outcomes of the electronics and computer engineering technology major include:

  • Technical knowledge and abilities in electronics and computer engineering technology
  • Familiarity with computer hardware and networking concepts
  • Familiarity with process control and instrumentation concepts
  • Knowledge of industrial and commercial applications of importance to electronics and computer engineering technology
  • Functional understanding of business and management techniques

Fall 2014 course requirements