Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology
Associate in Applied Science (AAS)
Offered through Engineering and Skilled Trades
@ Florissant Valley
Students who complete the Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology (EEET) program will be trained to assist engineers in the design and development of computers, communications equipment, robotic manufacturing equipment, medical devices, navigational equipment, power distribution systems and other electrical/electronic equipment. Graduates of this program often work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test and repair equipment. St. Louis Community College is one of the finest colleges for electrical engineering in St. Louis.
The recommended academic plan blends general education requirements with options for areas of concentration to ensure students get the most out of their certificate or degree.
Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Through classroom work and practical experience in technology laboratories, you will learn:
- Electrical/electronic theory and its application to analog and digital circuitry
- To prepare and interpret engineering drawings
- To perform testing procedures
- To compile technical data
- System and component troubleshooting
Electives: Build a strong foundation then choose an area of focus for further study:
- Biomedical technology — Maintain, troubleshoot and repair the electronic components of medical equipment.
- Electronics technology — Assist engineers and senior technicians in the research, development, manufacturing, testing, installation or maintenance of a variety of products including the design and production of circuit boards.
- Electrical technology – Train to work on electric power distribution systems, industrial power systems and subsystems as well as in the manufacturing control (robotics) industries. Or assist the developers of wind, solar and traditional energy systems.
Electrical and Electronics Engineering technicians assist engineers in the design and development of:
- Communications equipment
- Robotic manufacturing equipment
- Medical devices
- Navigational equipment
- Power distribution systems
- Other electrical/electronic equipment
Graduates of this program often work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test and repair equipment.
Small class size and a focus on hands-on activity.
Stackable: If you’ve earned a certificate of specialization in Biomedical Electronics Technology some of your credits can apply towards your Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology AAS degree.
Credits that transfer: In this specific AAS program — Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology — many credits transfer to four-year institutions with Electrical or Electronics Engineering Technology programs.
- Students who are pursuing a bachelor’s degree in an engineering technology field often find that STLCC provides a strong foundation at a fraction of the cost of a public university.
- We invite you to meet with an STLCC academic advisor for information about STLCC’s Electrical/Electronic Engineering Technology program and how it can fit with your academic and career goals. CLICK HERE
- You might also consider STLCC’s Engineering Science AS (Associate in Science) degree program — the Associate in Science degree is designed to transfer to engineering bachelor’s degree programs.
Program Educational Objectives
Graduates of the EEET program are prepared for:
- Working in a technical or engineering environment as a technician or supervisor level position.
- Pursuing further education in a technology or engineering field.
Graduates of the EEET program are able to:
- Know the symbols and terminology of electrical/electronic engineering technology; draw and read schematics, block diagrams and wiring diagrams; understand the functions and applications of electrical components and circuits.
- Assemble, connect, and analyze breadboard, and final assembly electronic circuits from schematic diagrams.
- Apply mathematics and modern computation methods in the solution and troubleshooting of electrical, electronic and digital circuits.
- Be familiar with the thermal and mechanical effects in defining and troubleshooting form, fit and function in electrical/electronic prototyping.
- Properly use and care for instruments, set up test instruments, read, record and interpret test data.
- Exhibit effective interpersonal and team skills, as well as effective oral and written communications skills in on-the-job situations.
- Meet industry’s expectations with regard to skills, knowledge and safe work habits.
|Year||Enrolled EEET majors*||EEET Graduates|
|2015 – 2016||67||15|
|2014 – 2015||73||4|
|2013 – 2014||79||14|
|2012 – 2013||87||
*Enrollment based on fall semester
More than one million students have attended STLCC. It’s the largest institute of higher education in the region and the second largest in Missouri.
STLCC is a longtime leader in the field of engineering technology and you’ll learn from seasoned professionals. All of our instructors are industry professionals and bring that experience to the classroom.
STLCC offers state-of-the-art facilities along with the largest, most extensive set of industrial machinery and electronic test equipment of any school in the area. Students have the opportunity to learn on the equipment used in the industry.
More than 90% of our students attend classes part-time while working during the day, so technical courses are offered in the evening.
Cost of Attendance
For more information on cost of attendance visit MoSCORES.
Program Career and Salary Information
Pursuant to Missouri HB 1606 (2018), information regarding the number of credit hours, program length, employment rate, wage data, and graduates employed in careers related to their program of study at St. Louis Community College can be found at https://scorecard.mo.gov/. Search using School / Program “St. Louis Community College” and choose the degree or credential type of interest.
The following limitations to the data apply - Information provided is based on the most recent cohorts available. Typically, most recent cohorts for wage and completion data are six years prior to the current academic year. Time to complete a program of study varies depending on the number of credit hours students earn per semester.
Hours for all campuses: Monday–Thursday 8 a.m.–7 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m.