Electronic Engineering Technology FAQ's
Just the Facts
Program Start Term: Fall and Spring
Program Length: 2 Years
Number of Majors: 51
Average Class Size: 18
Part-Time or Full-Time: Both
Program Courses Offered: Day
Program Locations: Council Bluffs Campus
What makes this program unique?
Students can choose between three programs in Electrical Maintenance: a one-semester Electrical Maintenance Certificate program, a one-year Electrical Maintenance diploma, and a two-year Electronic Engineering Technology degree. Our students also benefit from a hands-on learning environment, with fully equipped self-contained electronics and wiring labs.
What is the job placement rate for this program?
100% of graduates gain employment in a variety of careers. Jobs typically include technicians of electronic systems, power distribution, security electronics, medical electronics, ATMs, telecommunication, aviation, and manufacturing. For more information on careers, visit Iowa Western’s Career Planning web site.
Are credits in the Electrical Maintenance program transferrable?
Although this program is designed to give students the necessary education to begin working after graduation, some do transfer to complete a Bachelor’s degree. For more information on transfer planning, visit Iowa Western’s Transfer Planning web site.
Are scholarships available?
Iowa Western awards more than $1.5 million in scholarships each year. Visit our Scholarship Page for more information.
What are the admissions requirements?
All Iowa Western students are required to submit an Application for Admission, complete placement testing, and submit official copies of high school and college transcripts. For more information on admissions requirements, visit our Admissions page.