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Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology

Be a Technology Professional

At the University of Dayton, our electronic and computer engineering technology majors prepare for careers in industry at a variety of tasks including analog and digital design, microprocessor hardware and software applications, electronic controls, automation, engineering sales and support, product design and development, and data communications.

The electronic and computer engineering technology curriculum includes a strong emphasis on computers and applied engineering topics in circuit analysis, analog and digital electronic design, digital communications, digital circuits, microprocessors, software, and data acquisition instrumentation. You'll receive a strong foundation in the basic principles necessary to support any future career studies or development as dictated by changing technology or career roles.


average industry starting salary of electronic and computer engineering technology graduates


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faster than average job growth rate for electronic and computer engineering technology jobs as projected by the U. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

A High-Quality Education

  • Minors
  • Bachelor’s Plus Master’s Program
  • Applied Engineering Skills
  • Areas of Emphasis

    The Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology program at the University of Dayton has a variety of minors available that allow you to explore your area of interest. This includes Automotive Systems, Engineering Management, Global Manufacturing Systems Engineering Technology, Industrial Automation and Applied Robotic Systems, Industrial Engineering Technology, Integrated Arts and Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Operations Engineering, Quality Assurance, and Sustainable Manufacturing.


    Finish Your Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Five Years

    As an Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology major at the University of Dayton, you can complement your undergraduate program with a related graduate-level concentration. You can use up to six credit hours of graduate coursework to satisfy baccalaureate and master’s degree program requirements in Engineering Management, Materials Engineering, and Systems Engineering.

    Bachelor's Plus Master's

    Develop Applied Cross-Functional Engineering Skills

    Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology majors at the University of Dayton develop cross-functional applied engineering and management skills needed to excel in the 21st century. They receive a strong background in applied engineering, integrated laboratory experiences and the implementation of design projects.

    Featured Programs and Initiatives

    Engineering Office of Student Success

    The OSS is staffed by engineering professionals who serve as academic advisers. OSS advisers help you stay on track with your degree program while crafting a custom set of experiences (co-op, study abroad, ETHOS, etc.) to complement your coursework.

    The ETHOS Center

    Students serve others and use practical engineering skills for humanitarian purposes. Our students learn about the world, different cultures and themselves. Students participate internationally or domestically in technical immersions for 11+ weeks or in breakouts for up to two weeks.

    Diversity in Engineering Center

    The Diversity in Engineering Center connects engineering students, faculty and staff as well as engineering industry and community partners to create opportunities for academic success, professional networking and inclusive communities.

    Innovation Center

    In the Innovation Center, student teams solve real-world problems for industry clients. More than 1,500 challenges have been solved for over 200 companies.


    Engineering Management, Systems and Technology, Dr. Sandy Furterer, Department Chair

    Kettering Laboratories, Room 321 B
    300 College Park
    Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0249


    The Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET certifies our undergraduate programs in electronic and computer, global manufacturing, industrial, and mechanical engineering technology.