Engineering Technology - Electrical: A Baccalaureate Completion Program (UNC Charlotte)
Offered by The William States Lee College of Engineering and the Department of Engineering Technology, this program consists of a sequence of upper-division (junior/senior-level) courses that lead, upon their successful completion, to the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology Degree.
This program is accredited by ABET, Inc. (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology), the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology. ABET, a federation of 28 professional and technical societies representing these fields, ensures the quality of the postsecondary education students receive. Among the most respected accreditation organizations in the U.S., ABET has provided leadership and quality assurance in higher education for over 70 years.
Program Delivery: All courses, except for the four labs, are delivered 100% online, through asynchronous instruction. Students typically complete labs during each of the four summers that they are enrolled in the program. Each lab is taught on campus with class typically held all day on five designated Saturdays.
The BSET in Electrical Engineering Technology is a degree completion program. Applicants to the ELET program must hold the Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) in an appropriate field of study. Admission to the program relies upon the successful completion of specific prerequisite courses taken as part of the two-year-degree transfer program. The list of prerequisite courses is available on the UNC Charlotte program webpage.
The maximum transfer credit from a two-year college is 64 semester hours.
The deadline for completing the BSET-Electrical new student application process is May 1 for a First Summer Session admission.
Transfer student may find UNC Charlotte program admission information on the program webpage.
This program is structured for part-time students.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees for are calculated on a per-credit-hour basis.