Cincinnati State

Pathway to success.Step 1: Warren county education service center, Step 2: Cincinnati State, step 3: Miami Regionals

Cincinnati State's EET program provides you with a flexible curriculum allowing you to pursue careers in electronics, biomedical equipment, power systems, digital systems, and microelectronics. The program also provides an effective pathway for transfer into Miami University Regionals’ EMET and ECET +2 programs.

What am I prepared to do when I graduate?

  • Assist engineers with equipment design and fabrication
  • Perform customer service functions such as equipment installation, maintenance, and operation
  • Troubleshoot and test electronic equipment
  • Use measuring and software tools to test/maintain equipment
  • Work in research and development
  • Work with computer networking, hardware, and software

Some graduates elect to take certification exams for electronics technicians and computer repair technicians.

What might my job title be?

  • Computer Systems Technician
  • Electronics Laboratory Technician
  • Electronics Technician
  • Engineering Technician
  • Field Service Technician

What is the employment outlook for EET graduates?

Electrical Engineering Technology graduates are highly sought after due to their background and skills in electronics and computer technologies, leading to varied opportunities in electronics and in computer hardware and software design and repair.