In addition to the core electrical and electronic courses that support all areas of study, the Electrical Engineering Technology program offers a diverse curriculum that includes Electrical Power, Instrumentation, Discrete and Analog Control Systems, Microcontrollers and Computer Networking. Courses are coordinated with laboratory work that emphasizes the latest technologies in order to position graduates to perform a wide variety of technical tasks.
The following companies have recruited ELET graduates through the Louisiana Tech University Career Center services and resources:
• American Electric Power
• Applied Materials
• Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Cleveland, MS
• Baxter Healthcare Corporation, Marion, NC
• Copper Power Systems
• Dashiell Corporation
• Electrolux-Poulan Weedeater
• Entergy Services, New Orleans
• Exxon Mobil Corporation
• General Electric Company
• General Electric Medical Systems
• Genuity, Inc.
• Halliburton Energy Services
• Hewlett-Packard Company
• International Paper Company
• Johnson Controls
• Kimberly-Clark Corporation
• Oncor Energy Delivery
• Raytheon Company
• Reliant Energy
• Smurfitt Stone Container Corporation
• Southwest Research Institute
• State Farm Insurance
• The Trane Company
• Union Carbide
• US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg, MS
• USAF Civilian Communications/Computer Career Program
• Washington Group International
• Zachry Construction Corporation
The B.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology program is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC) of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
The Electrical Engineering Technology program is housed in Nethken Hall along with Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. The Administrative Office for all programs is located on the first floor at the main entrance to the building.
We prepare our graduates to respond to the needs and challenges of our ever-changing world and provide them the knowledge, skills, ethics, creativity and critical thinking skills necessary for professional competence and life-long learning.