The electrical engineering technology (electronics) program prepares students to design, test, and fabricate solid-state circuits and systems (both digital and analog), microwave systems, and control systems. The electrical engineering technology (smart grid) program prepares students to design, test, manufacture, and develop applications for electrical machinery, electrical power systems, and control systems.
Electrical engineering technology (electronics) graduates work in electronic and digital circuit design, testing, and manufacturing; microwave wireless communications and telecommunications; and control systems and robotics.
Electrical engineering technology (Smart Grid) graduates work in the fields of electrical power generation, transmission, and distribution; industrial, commercial, and residential electrical power distribution; as well as power systems protection, control, and monitoring.
Buffalo State's electrical engineering technology (Smart Grid) program utilizes ETAP Power Lab Program, an industry leading software package to solve engineering queries and provide the hands-on experience to better prepare students to enter the workforce.
The Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The mechanical engineering technology program is designed to give the students a broad education in the areas of mechanical design, mechanics, stress analysis, thermosciences, and manufacturing.
The program focuses on the application of engineering principles and prepares graduates for practical design and production work.
Graduates are prepared to enter the technology industry as designers, manufacturing technologists, plant engineers, and technical sales people and are employed by manufacturing industries, testing laboratories, marketing firms, consulting firms, government agencies, and other technology businesses.
The Mechanical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
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