Why study Electronic Technology?
The Electronic Technology Minor at the University of Cincinnati teaches students how to incorporate practical and hands-on knowledge of electric, electronic and electromechanical devices into engineering systems. Students get an in-depth look into analog electronics, programmable logic controllers, sensors and electromechanical devices. In addition to classroom learning, students participate in a laboratory setting for hands-on experience.
The Electronic Technology minor is for students of various disciplines with the exception of students majoring in Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering Technology.
Students in good standing at the university may apply.
After building on a foundation of fundamental courses in electric circuits, this minor offers more intensive instruction in analog electronics, programmable logic controllers, sensors and electromechanical devices. Laboratory components in courses required for thisminor provide necessary hands-on experience.
College of Engineering and Applied Science
812 Rhodes Hall
Cincinnati, OH 45221
Find related programs in the following interest areas:
Program Code: 20MIN-ELTN-MIN