MVCC's Electrical Engineering Technology program is designed for men and women interested in a career that will shape the future of industry, office, and home electronics products. Students take classes in circuits, electronics, computer programming, operational amplifiers, telecommunications, microprocessors, and motors and controls in addition to the core courses of English, math, social science, and physical education. The two-year program prepares students to continue their studies at the baccalaureate level in engineering technology.
The program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
It is recommended that students enrolling in the EET program complete at least two high school mathematics courses and one laboratory science course (chemistry and physics are recommended).
Preparing our students for transfer to four-year baccalaureate programs in engineering technology is also a significant focus area for our program. We assist students with resumes, transfer applications, letters of recommendation and more.
Articulation agreements between MVCC and other schools ease the transfer of most or all credits when students transfer to four-year colleges. MVCC has articulation and/or joint admissions agreements with four-year universities including SUNYIT and others.
Career opportunities can be found in specialized fields including electrical machinery, electronic controls, analog and digital circuitry, and telecommunications. Many graduates are able to enter the workforce after completing their two-year degree at MVCC.
Scholarships and awards
- General Electric Scholarship
- Arthur Salvetti Scholarship
- George Abdoo Memorial Scholarship
- For Pete’s Sake Scholarship
- Gerald E. Griffen Memorial Scholarship (for Rome students)
- Albert V. Payne Scholarship
- Celeste Lawton Award