Electronics Engineering Technology Degree Programs in Long Beach

The Long Beach area has two schools that offer electronics engineering technology degree programs. Learn about the degree programs, admission info and program requirements for these two schools, both within 20 miles of downtown, to make an informed education decision.

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Long Beach Schools for Degrees in Electronics Engineering Technology

Long Beach area students seeking a degree in electronics engineering technology have a couple of options, neither more than 25 minutes from the city center. This article explores those two schools and looks at the degree programs they offer. Information about the schools, such as enrollment, tuition and acceptance rates, is included in a table that prospective students can use to make an informed decision about their education. At the end of the article is a little information about some other area schools that offer related programs.

  • Located right in Long Beach, just eight miles from downtown, is California State University - Long Beach (CSULB). This is a public institution that offers a bachelor's degree in electronics engineering technology.
  • El Camino College (ECC), about 16 miles from Long Beach in Torrance, offers an Associate in Science in Electronics Technology. Although this program is not specifically focused on electronics engineering technology, many of the courses and concepts are useful for aspiring engineering technologists.

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Comparison of Schools

Students need to consider many factors when choosing a school for their training. This table presents vital data in a way that makes it easy to compare these three institutions.

California State University - Long Beach El Camino College
School Type Four-year; public Two-year; public
Total Enrollment (2014) 36,809* 24,207*
Campus Setting Large city Large suburb
Tuition & Fees (2015-2016) $6,452 in-state; $17,612 out-of-state* $1,142 in-state; $5,678 out-of-state*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Any Form of Financial Aid (2014) 72%* 63%*
Acceptance Rate (2014) 35%* N/A - open admissions
Retention Rate (2014) 90% of full-time students; 83% of part-time students* 76% of full-time students; 50% of part-time students*
Graduation Rate (2014) 65% (2% transfer-out rate)* 30% (10% transfer-out rate)*

Sources: *National Center for Education Statistics

California State University - Long Beach

The College of Engineering offers a bachelor's degree in electronics engineering technology, which is designed to give students administration and supervision skills along with a technical understanding of electronics technology.

Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering Technology

This degree program can give students a broad foundation in a variety of electronics engineering fields. Students take fundamental courses in physics, calculus, circuit analysis and digital and solid state electronics. The program then progresses to more advanced courses in control instrumentation, robot programming, telecommunications and industrial applications. The program includes several labs and has a fieldwork component. Graduates are positioned to enter the workforce as technologists in communications, aerospace, biomedical and chemical fields. Students who meet the university's general requirements for admission are qualified for admittance to this program.

El Camino College

ECC was founded in 1947. The 126-acre campus is in Torrance, CA. The Industry and Technology division operates the electronics technology program. In fall 2011, the Industry and Technology division awarded the second-most degrees at the school.

Associate in Science in Electronics Technology

This program is designed to give students an educational background in the basics of electronics technology. Students learn about electronic fabrication processes, semiconductor circuits, digital systems and hardware technologies. Graduates can find employment in the computer hardware industry, testing labs, the military and civilian electronics companies. The associate's degree takes 60 credit units to complete, and students can expect to earn between 37 and 39 of those credit units in electronics technology courses.

Other School Options

Students seeking a degree in the related field of electrical engineering can explore the programs offered at the University of Southern California and at Loyola Marymount University. Both schools are located about 18 miles north of Long Beach and offer undergraduate and graduate degrees in electrical engineering.

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