For more than 50 years, Portland Community College’s Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) program has produced graduates whose superior skills and abilities have helped them obtain excellent jobs and pursue advanced degrees.
Why choose Electronic Engineering Technology at PCC?
The Oregon Employment Department reports that Portland area electronic engineering technicians earn between $22.27 and $48.85 per hour. The average annual salary is $68,615.
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Portland Community College’s difference is clear. PCC’s Electronic Engineering Technology program has the breadth of courses, industry affiliations, and resources that enable you to begin your career in an innovative and enduring field. As part of your EET training, you’ll also have access to the PCC STEAM Centers, where you can learn 3D printing, laser cutting, sewing, and other skills to include in your EET projects, whether for class assignments or just for fun.
We understand getting started in electronic engineering isn’t easy. That’s why we provide the right courses and resources so you get the skills and experience you need when you need it, whether you’re returning to school to upgrade your skills or just beginning your career.
Our program prepares you to become an engineering technician. PCC has other options for you if you’re interested in becoming an engineer.
Degrees and certificates
|Financial aid eligible
|Currently accepting students?
|Associate Degree: Biomedical Engineering Technology Option
|Associate Degree: Electronic Engineering Technology
|Associate Degree: Mechatronics, Automation, and Robotics Engineering Technology Option
|Associate Degree: Renewable Energy Systems Option
|Associate Degree: Wireless and Data Communications Engineering Technology Option
|Career Pathway Certificate: Electronic Engineering Technology
|Less than 1 year
What will you learn?
PCC is accredited by the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges Commission. In addition, our EET program offers flexibility, real-world training, and quality instruction from faculty who possess advanced degrees and a broad range of industry experience.
What will you do?
Many of our graduates are hired as engineering technicians in some of the Northwest’s most reputable firms, including:
- Cascade Microtech
- OHSU Hospital
- Providence Hospital
- Sunset Solar
- Veteran’s Medical Center
Learn about EET and biomed co-op opportunities.
The EET program and all its options have partial transferability into the BS EET program of Oregon Technical (OIT) and many other BS EET programs. See how credits transfer to OIT. If you have any questions related to this agreement please contact the EET Department Chair Sanda Williams or email@example.com.
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