Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science Degree (B.S.)
Student working in lab

About this program

When you set your mind to something, you make it happen. Working hard to find a solution, you test and tinker. Chase possibilities and arrive at sound solutions. At Penn College, you’ll hone these talents and develop the skills to become a leader in the dynamic field of electronics and computer engineering. Learn industry standards. Apply circuit design principles. Analyze sophisticated networks. And take the lead to manage projects from kickoff to completion.  


Average Class Size

Extensive Hands-On Experience

Industry-Driven Labs


  • Process engineer/technologist 
  • Test engineer/technologist 
  • Controls engineer/technologist 

At Penn College, we believe your educational experience should go beyond specialized skills. Real-world ready means taking a broader approach that builds communication skills, inspires collaboration, and encourages exploration of arts, history, and science.

​​Specialization requires in-depth knowledge and high-level proficiency. Students learn and apply major-specific concepts, skills, and methods.

  • Introduction to Digital Electronics (EET114)
  • Digital Circuits Applications (EET115)
  • Electronic Circuits and Devices I (EET116)
  • Engineering, Technology, and Society (EET124)
  • Introduction to Microprocessors (EET154)
  • Microprocessor Applications I (EET155)
  • Electronic Circuits and Devices II (EET156)
  • Software Tools for the Engineering Technologist (EET158)
  • Network Installation and Maintenance (EET204)
  • Network Maintenance Laboratory (EET205)
  • Linear Integrated Circuits (EET206)
  • Linear Circuits Applications (EET207)
  • Systems Troubleshooting Applications (EET209)
  • Microprocessor Interfacing (EET202)
  • Microprocessor Applications II (EET203)
  • Digital Systems (EET304)
  • Digital Systems Lab (EET305)
  • Electronic Prototyping and Design (EET324)
  • Electronic Prototyping and Design Lab (EET325)
  • Computer Solutions of Engineering Problems (EET311)
  • Analog Systems (EET300)
  • Analog Systems Lab (EET301)
  • Measurement and Tests (EET320)
  • Measurement and Tests Lab (EET321)
  • Engineering Ethics and Legal Issues (MET321)
  • Control Theory (EET340)
  • Digital Signal Processing (EET400)
  • Digital Signal Processing Lab (EET401)
  • Senior Project Design (EET494)
  • Senior Project Implementation (EET496)
  • Engineering Economics (MET315)
  • Directed Technology Math/Science with Lab Elective (BEE)

​Perspectives are points of view, offering a variety of ways of understanding, interacting, and influencing the world. Students identify, explain, and utilize the approaches used by academics and professionals to study, analyze, or understand problems, and offer solutions.

  • First Year Experience (FYE101)
  • General Physics I (PHS201)
  • General Physics II (PHS202)
  • Core Arts Perspective (ARP)
  • Core Historical Perspective (HIP)
  • Principles of Macroeconomics (ECO111)
  • Core Global and Cultural Diversity Perspective (CDP)
  • Open Elective (OEA)

​​Foundations are the practical, intellectual, and social skills: communication, collaboration, critical and ethical thinking, quantitative thinking, and technological literacy that are crucial to every student at every stage of education and at every stage of life.

  • Pre-Calculus (MTH190)
  • English Composition I (ENL111)
  • Calculus I (MTH240)
  • Calculus II (MTH242)
  • English Composition II (ENL121) or
  • Technical and Professional Communication (ENL201)
  • Calculus III (MTH340) or
  • Ordinary Differential Equations (MTH346)
  • Fundamentals of Speech (SPC101)

Electronics Lab

Get hands-on experience in specialized labs using industry-standard equipment, embedded controller boards, and other tools just like you'll see in the real world.

Student Experience

"This major is a mix between theory and lab. One hour of theory and three hours of lab. That’s why I came here. I learn a lot better doing."  

Jorgette Grosso, Deployment Engineer, RightHand Robotics, Inc.

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Dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity, the Penn College IEEE Student Branch meets regularly to work on professional soft skills, projects, and leadership. 

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Participation in SkillsUSA gives students a chance to compete in more than 80 national competitions. 

Student Organizations at Penn College

Your college experience is about more than the classroom. Join one of 65+ clubs and organizations, or create your own.


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Study Abroad

Gain global experience

See the world via Williamsport. Take your education abroad and get hands-on experience learning about your industry on a global scale.

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Student Experience

The community as their classroom

Student gives life to robot

Darkness envelops the college. The campus mall is quiet and still. It’s the middle of the week and nearly 1 o’clock in the morning. Most of the Pennsylvania College of Technology community will be asleep for several more hours, recharging for another productive day. But a couple electronics majors are wide awake. Their windowless lab is bright and buzzing with activity. An unsuspecting guest would assume it’s the middle of the afternoon as the students painstakingly contemplate their latest challenge.

Meet David

More Information

This four-year degree major allows transfer from associate-degree majors in electrical/electronics/computer engineering technology from other institutions, as well as those offered by Penn College. This major is subject to the transfer standards established by the College (see http://www.pct.edu/catalog/TransferringCredits ). Exceptions must be approved by the school dean.

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Students are advised not to purchase new tools before meeting with faculty on the first day of classes.

It is suggested that students have at least the recommended tools. Instructors will help identify what tools are needed during the first day of class. Free lockers are located in the laboratory area.

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Uniforms and tools are available for purchase through The College Store .

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Alternative Credit refers to academic credits earned through means other than traditional college course completion, including: credit by exam, articulation, proof of competency gained in high school, work/life experience, and advanced placement.

Visit the Alternative Credit Options page for requirements and procedures and for information on credit through Advanced Placement.

  • Mr. John C Browne Jr., '05, Electrical Engineer, Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.
  • Mr. Timothy R Conrad, PE, '82, Principle Engineer, LSI Corporation
  • Mr. Nicholas A Hetrick, '05, Senior Network Engineer, PA State System of Higher Education
  • Mr. Eli Hughes, '01, Research Engineer III, Penn State Applied Research Lab
  • Mr. Sean P Kelly, '17, Systems Application Engineer, Tyco Electronics
  • Mr. Michael D McLaughlin, Director of Automation, Andritz Automation, Inc.
  • Mr. Tod Neidig, '91, Test Engineering Manager, Primus Technologies Corporation
  • Mr. Jonathan S Schall, '95, '99, Controls Engineering Manager, First Quality Products
  • Mr. Gregory C Stanek, Technical Services Supervisor, Lutron Electronics Company, Inc.
  • Mr. Thomas J VanSant, Jr., '86, Measurements Engineer, Corning, Inc.

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