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					Electrical Engineering Technology
Telecommunications Technology
       Industrial Technology
                 drives the economy
• The Binghamton Press has reported often
  that local industry cannot find qualified
  technical assistance.
• Jobs in Electrical, Computer, and
  Telecommunications are unfilled locally
  and at the national level.
   Start by earning a Certificate
• Earn a certificate of completion with four
• Earn a SUNY Certificate with 30 Credit
• Earn the AAS degree in two to three years
  of full time study.
• Part time study very popular.
          A First Course…
•   EET 110 Introduction to Electricity
•   Tuesday nights - 5 to 950PM
•   Learn the basics of electricity
•   Use basic electrical instruments
•   Find out what’s safe!
•   Learn math as you go on this one.
•   Hands on included.
       Electrical Engineering
• Nationally accredited by the Technology
  Accreditation Commission of the
  Accreditation Board for Engineering and
  Technology (TAC/ABET).
• BCC’s technology programs are well
  established and nationally recognized for
Telecommunications Technology
• Additional courses designed for the
  telecommunications industry.
• Four courses include Voice, Digital Data,
  Computer Networking, and Advanced
• All students learn essential communication
       Industrial Technology
• Start with EET 110 Introduction to
• Add CST 106 Intro to Computers, EET 115
  Digital Logic, and MAT 136 Intermediate
  Algebra and earn a Certificate of
• You’ll have 25% of a
• College degree!
       Excellence means rigor
• These are strong programs using
  mathematics and principles of physics.
• Preparatory course work may be required
  but extensive tutorial and learning
  assistance is available to students at no
  additional cost.
• The reputation pays off at graduation, you’ll
  be glad you worked so hard!
        What will you study?
• College Algebra and Trigonometry
• DC - AC Circuits
• Electronics through Communications
• Control of Electrical Power using
• Robotics, computer design,
  microprocessors, and construction practices.
   AND learn to Communicate
• You’ll learn to write well and express
  yourself clearly. Essential skills for your
• 2 English courses, 2 Social Science
  Electives, 2 Physics or Chemistry courses.
• Math training through college algebra and
  trigonometry with help from our learning
          What’s in the labs?
• The electrical laboratories contain state of
  the art equipment including Tektronix test
  equipment, Pentium computers, and digital
  emulators, over a million dollar investment.
• The program is enhanced by a $70,000
  industrial robot and study in machine vision
  and Programmable Logic Controllers.
Advanced Oscilloscopes
Investigating TV Signals
Digital Logic Prototype
Flat Screen Displays
Computer Networking
Telecommunications ..
Industrial Robotics
iMac Exposure as well..
           What is the cost?
• Full time students pay BCC’s low rate with
  financial aid available. ($100/Credit Hour)
• Many local industries cover educational
  costs for these technical degrees.
• And of course your attention to homework,
  study, and exams!
        For more Information..
•   See Mr. Dixon tonight !
•   EET, TLC, and IT Advisor
•   The electricity course
•   begins in January !

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