Electrical Engineering Technology

Associate in Applied Science
Career Degree

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Learn to work in the electrical field

Start your journey as an electrical engineering technologist with an associate degree from College of Lake County. In this role, you assist electrical engineers in activities like process control, electrical power distribution and instrumentation design. You enjoy hands-on work as you address problems and help ideas come to life. It’s the perfect role for the “tinkerer,” and CLC can help you excel. 

What can you do with an A.A.S. in Electrical Engineering Technology?

The Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree in Electrical Engineering Technology prepares you to work as an Electrical/Engineering Technician, Electronics Engineering Technician or as an Electronics Test Technician. You can also transfer to a 4-year school and complete a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering Technology, Electrical Engineering or related fields.


  • WIOA Program

  • Financial Aid/Scholarships Available

    Based on need and/or achievement. Explore ways to pay for college.
  • Career Degree

    Earn an associate degree in 2 years and gain in-demand technical and job-ready skills.
  • Program Length: 2 Years

    Full-time students finish in 2 years.

Career Outlook

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Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their College and Career Navigator (CCN) to identify coursework that will meet degree requirements based on individual academic goals. View degree requirements in the college catalog.

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Electrical Engineering Technology at CLC

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This degree is just one possible way to study Electrical Engineering Technology. Get the bigger picture—degrees, credentials and extra options.

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