Design. Draft. Bring concepts to life.
Michigan Tech works with industry partners to make sure your skills are current and relevant. Our graduates work for AT&T, Black & Veatch, Ford, Harley-Davidson, and the Mayo Clinic.
Michigan Tech's engineering technology programs are alternate academic paths for careers in engineering. Electrical engineering technologists start as students who are fascinated by how things work—from robots to TVs to toasters. You’ll master the fundamentals of electronics and electrical power and graduate with the design, drafting, and technical skills to put engineering ideas into action. Focus your studies on computer engineering technology or power and industrial control.
Master the fundamentals of electronics and electrical power in the NUCOR Industrial Control and Automation Lab. Get familiar with wireless communications, robotics automation, and microprocessor architecture.
Be Ready for What Tomorrow Needs:
- Design and develop an automated stacker for highway products of Nucor Steel Marion.
- Research and explore the mechanical workings of exoskeletons in the Robotic Systems Enterprise.
- Use industrial-grade programmable logic controllers in the state-of-the-art Nucor Industrial Control and Automation Lab.
- Learn from world-class faculty in small classes, allowing you to know your professor on a first-name basis.
Create the Future with Careers In:
- Applications engineering
- Electronics technology
- Quality control engineering
- Software engineering
- Systems test engineering
Huskies Get Hired By:
- DTE Energy
- Automotive manufacturers
- Georgia Pacific
- John Deere
"I’ve been fascinated by how things work my whole life."
Customize your Degree:
Focus areas available in:
- Computer engineering technology
- Power and industrial control
Minors available in:
- Data Acquisition and Industrial Control
Take Courses Like:
- Electronic Devices and Circuits
- Programmable Logic Devices
- Real-Time Robotics Systems
- In-Vehicle Communication Networks
- Wireless Communications