Attending or a Graduate of an A.E.E.T. or B.E.E.T. Degree

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by alczar, May 11, 2005.

  1. alczar

    alczar New Member

    I'm looking for people who graduated or are attending either a bachelors or an associates degree in electronic engineering technology. I want to get some advice and ask some questions of people who have the benefit of going through the program. Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Laser100

    Laser100 New Member

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  3. alczar

    alczar New Member

    Laser 100,

    Congratulations! When do you graduate? I really enjoyed your website -- very informative with great articles. I saw your certifications; were you a technician before you went to school? What certifications do you recommend for the electronics field?

    I looked over your list, and I'm leaning toward Excelsior. I was an electronics technician in the military. As I understand it, Excelsior will accept my military and college credits. What have you heard?

  4. LadyExecutive

    LadyExecutive Member

    Completing Electronics Engineering Program

    I asked this question before and received some exellent responses. I am asking again just in case any additional information has presented itself.

    My husband has an Associate of Science in Biomedical Engineering Technology. He completed the program with a 3.7 grade point average. He has courses scattered at various institutions. He is 40 now and feels the need to complete his Bachelors degree. His problem is, he does not want to spend eternity in school. Ideally, he would like to complete a Bachelors Degree in Engineering or Electronics by distance (UK or other foreign school) or complete a Bachelors Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology or any courses that would likely accept the Biomedical/Electronics courses he has taken.

    Based on the information I have provided here, what would be your recommendations? Are you aware of any distance program Bachelors in Electronic Engineering (UK or otherwise?).

    Thanks a bunch!
  5. Ted Heiks

    Ted Heiks Moderator and Distinguished Senior Member Staff Member

    Re: Completing Electronics Engineering Program

    Excelsior College
    Grantham College
    Indiana State University
    University of New England
    University of Pretoria
    Thomas Edison State College
    World College

    Hopefully this helps!
  6. alczar

    alczar New Member


    As you read in my post, your husband and I are almost in the same boat. Could you please share the responses that you recieved from your prior post? I appreciate your help.


  7. Laser100

    Laser100 New Member


    The certifications I recommend for electronics are the ones acknowledge by DANTES, NSSB, and the U.S. Department of Labor. You can find the best listing of these programs at the bottom of my webpage. A link to the Career One Stop website and the DANTES network (U.S. Department of Defense) are provide on my site. Click on the "Certifications" button.

    I'm not aware of many distance degrees in the U.K. other than the University of Sunderland.
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  8. Laser100

    Laser100 New Member

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