Electrical Concentration


The Electrical Engineering Technology Concentration deals with the circuits, devices and systems used in electronics, communications, computers, instrumentation and control.

The emphasis of engineering technology is on the practical application of theory. Graduates with this concentration are involved in developing new products, testing product designs and improving manufacturing processes.


Interesting Classes You'll Take

The concentration in Electrical Engineering Technology at LeTourneau University involves a curriculum of 130 semester hours and is one of five concentration choices within our Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology degree.

  • Digital Electronics
  • Electrical Machinery and Controls
  • Digital and Microcontroller Design
  • Electronic Communications and Processes

To learn more about course requirements


Senior Design Highlights

LETU's autonomous robotics team designs and builds their own robot each year to enter into the IEEE Region 5 Robotics Competition.Each year, the robot is designed to complete a designated task 100% autonomously.

The team's robot took home first prize in the 2014 region 5 IEEE robotics competition, while competing against several prominent engineering schools.

Learn more about LETU's Senior Design Projects...


The goal of the Electronic Access Computer Station team is to design an electronic control system to automate a computer station’s vertical door system for hospital–hallway application sponsored by CCI group Inc.

This system will provide hands free access to the computers. The design should be cost efficient and practical for mass production.

Learn more about LETU's Senior Design Projects...


What can you do with this degree?

We'll teach you how to apply electrical engineering principles to various types of electrical devices and systems.

Graduates can work in areas such as:

  • Electronics
  • Computers
  • Control systems
  • Robotics
  • Aviation and aerospace

Explore Lab Space

Learn more about the lab space and facilities available to Engineering Technology, Electrical Concentration students:

Electrical Engineering Facilities


What's the difference between Engineering & Engineering Technology?

From an Alum

Julia Jackey, '11 Grad

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"I was able to develop not only technical skills, but problem-solving and communication skills as well. The classes I took were “real-world” applicable and helped make my transition to the engineering workforce both smooth and fun."