Typically, our EEIT students can obtain career positions upon graduation by working in design, testing, or troubleshoot as an electronics technician. The EEIT graduate can also choose to continue at Ferris State University in our 2+2 laddering program. Two additional years of study, after the EEIT degree, leads to our Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology (BS EEET) .
Our BS EEET degree prepares the graduate to work as an Engineering Technologist in the fields of Industrial Automation and Controls, Digital and Embedded Systems Design, Electronic Communications, or Programming and Control Networks. Often our graduates work in career positions known as a Control System Integrator, Product Designer, Embedded Systems Developer, Control and Network Specialist, Technical Sales Specialist, Electrical/Electronics Product Specialist, etc.
Many influential corporations are taking a very active part in supporting our BS EEET Program. Companies like Rockwell International, Thermotron Corporation, Johnson Controls Corporation, Fanuc Robotics, A.O.K. Engineering, Allen-Bradley, Kendall Electric, Owens-Brockway, Haworth, and many others recognize that BS EEET graduates have:
Bachelor of Science Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology is
Accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET
Provide students instruction so that they become knowledgeable, skilled and responsible people in the areas of automation, computer-based systems, networks or electronics where employment is a realistic probability both now and in the future.