The Engineering Technology (ET) Programs at CSULB serve society by graduating well-prepared professionals, who are provided with an excellent education in the fundamentals of Engineering Technology through a combination of theory and laboratory practice, and who are able to apply their knowledge and transform their ideas into working systems.
Computer Option: Hardware and software Computer Applications Engineers • Test Equipment Engineers • Manufacturing Engineers or Technical Sales Engineers in industry and organizations where a combination of hardware and software background is required
Electronics Option: Electronic Technician • Calibration Engineer • Construction Inspector • Computer Applications Engineer • Time Study Engineer • Facilities Planner • Field Engineer • Manufacturing Engineering • Operations Research Analyst • Sales Representative • Project Engineer • Associate Electronics Engineer • Product Design Engineer • Process Engineer • Instructor
All students in the BSET, BSEET, or BSCET programs must receive a minimum grade of "C" in each of the prerequisite courses before enrolling in any Engineering Technology course. In addition to any other all-university requirements regarding grade point averages for graduation, student must achieve a minimum of 2.0 average in all Engineering Technology courses.