Department of Electronics & Computer Engineering Technology (ECET)

The ECET department serves as a home for four BS degree programs which include, Electronics Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Automation and Control Engineering Technology and Information Technology. Each of these programs allow our graduates to enter the job market with specific skill sets, allowing them to launch their careers in well paid entry level job positions. The breadth of study in these degree programs allows our graduates to relatively quickly move into positions of responsibility in fields such as design, testing, manufacturing, system integration, maintenance, production support, customer support and business systems support.  

At the graduate level, we offer a Master of Science degree in Electronics and Computer Technology with both an on-campus version and a full distance degree program. Further, our faculty members support the College of Technology Ph.D. in Technology Management degree program.  

The web pages that follow offer specific information about these degree programs. After reviewing this information, please don’t hesitate to contact us directly. We would be happy to discuss your specific educational goals and look forward to helping you achieve your career objectives.

Technology professors deliver keynote speeches at international conference in China

Joe E. Ashby and Xiaolong Li, who are both part of the electronics and computer engineering technology department in the College of Technology, gave keynote presentations at the International Conference on Electrical and Control Engineering in China. 

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An overview of Indiana State University and the College of Technology with details about programs in the ECET department produced especially for Chinese audiences.

Technology students develop mobile app for local nonprofit

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Five students in Jared Wuerzburger's mobile computing projects class spent the semester developing the mobile application for United Way of the Wabash Valley.