Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology

Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology

Be a technology professional.

At the University of Dayton, our electronic and computer 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 ECT 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.

Highlights

  • Our Cooperative Education program allows students to work with companies such as AO Smith, Honda, Toyota, Fujitec, Battelle, YSI, LexisNexis and Naval Research Laboratories.
  • A degree that makes you competitive in today's job market
  • State-of-the-art laboratory facilities
  • Professors respected by scholars worldwide

Plan of Study

University Catalog for Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology, Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology Program


Areas of Emphasis 

We offer a variety of minors that allows you to explore your area of interest. 

Minors

Program Details 

There is more than one way to start an engineering career, and engineering technology may be the pathway for you. At Dayton, you will receive a strong background in applied engineering, integrated laboratory experiences and the implementation of design projects. 

To develop cross-functional skills and prepare you for success in this evolving field, our curriculum includes core courses in electronic and computer engineering technology and electives in other disciplines. As a senior, you will further develop your leadership, project management and technical skills as your multi-disciplinary team analyzes, designs and builds a system to solve a real-world problem.

If you wish to expand your studies in a specific area, you can select courses or a minor in quality assurance or industrial, manufacturing or mechanical engineering. You may also pursue a certificate in the Integrated Arts & Technology program.

Are You a High School Student Interested in Visiting the School of Engineering?

To schedule an academic appointment, click here to complete and submit an online Visit Request form, and our Engineering Ambassadors will contact you. We will help you plan your visit with our School's engineering academic programs and/or with our Diversity in Engineering Center (Minority Engineering Program and Women Engineering Program). Or you can contact our Engineering Ambassadors by phone at 937-229-5082.

The University of Dayton Office of Admission arranges general University campus visits and tours. Click here to visit our Office of Admission website to learn more about your options.

Scholarship Opportunity

FIRST® ScholarshipFIRST® inspires young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs to build science, engineering, technology and life skills. The University of Dayton School of Engineering supports their endeavor with a $2500 renewable scholarship for students who major in electrical, computer, civil, discover (undecided) engineering or engineering technology.

The 2018 scholarship recipients have been selected but check back in January to apply for FIRST® Scholarship 2019.

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The EMST department currently has an open position available.  Please click the link below for more information regarding the open position.
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CONTACT

Engineering Management, Systems and Technology, Prof. Scott Schneider, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0249
937-229-4216
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