Graduates of the EE major can continue their education and expand their job skills in the electronics and computer engineering industry. The first two years of both the EE associate's degree major and the BEE bachelor's degree major share the same courses, allowing for seamless transfer into the four-year BEE degree without loss of credits.
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Graduates from our programs are in high demand to fill industry positions such as engineering technician, field service engineer, test engineer, application engineer, senior technician, associate engineer, project engineer and systems software engineer. In addition there is a strong demand for graduates who study in the Robotics and Automation emphasis.
According to our most recent graduate survey the average starting salary for Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology: Electronics & Computer Engineering Emphasis graduates range from approximately $35,000 to $40,000.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median annual wage for electrical and electronics engineering technicians was $58,540 in May 2013. The top 10 percent earned more than $85,350.
Industries with the highest published employment for this occupation are:
|Industry ||Employment ||Hourly mean wage ||Annual mean wage |
|Architectural, Engineering, and Related Services||20,160||$27.80||$57,820|
|Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing||17,720||$26.96||$56,080|
|Navigational, Measuring, Electromedical, and Control Instruments Manufacturing||10,300||$26.07||$54,220|
|Federal Executive Branch (OES Designation)||7,670||$37.64||$78,290|
Statistics reported in May 2013