Electronics Engineering

The electronics engineering program (EENG) is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org

The department’s program educational objectives are a statement of what its graduates are doing or are capable of doing three to five years after graduation. The students in the electronics engineering program receive a strong foundation in engineering science and design that will enable them to pursue productive careers in not only the computer engineering field, but can also be used as the foundation for careers in other areas such as business, management, and medicine. Typical industries in which the electronics engineering graduate would be employed could include those in communication systems, telecommunication networks, analog systems, hardware/software integration, and digital and microprocessor systems

The CEEN department’s program educational objectives for the electronics engineering program are that our graduates will:

  • Be employed in industries doing work utilizing the education and skills attained through their undergraduate engineering program;
  • Be able to function on teams with multidisciplinary aspects;
  • Participate in lifelong learning;
  • Exhibit competency in communication skills;
  • Have an ethical approach to engineering practice.

These program educational objectives were developed with input from the program’s educational objectives constituency consisting of employers (including CEEN Industry Advisory Board), graduates of the program, and faculty of the department.

For more information…

call 402-554-2288 or visit www.ceen.unomaha.edu