Electrical Engineering Technology
drives the economy
• The Binghamton Press has reported often
that local industry cannot find qualified
• 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.
• Nationally accredited by the Technology
Accreditation Commission of the
Accreditation Board for Engineering and
• BCC’s technology programs are well
established and nationally recognized for
• Additional courses designed for the
• Four courses include Voice, Digital Data,
Computer Networking, and Advanced
• All students learn essential communication
• 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
• 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.
Investigating TV Signals
Digital Logic Prototype
Flat Screen Displays
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 !