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Armed Robbery Investigation


Public Safety and Hartford Police are following several leads in their investigation into an attempted armed robbery on campus Thursday evening. Surveillance photos show at least four men entering the building at the time of the incident.  Further investigation shows the suspects leaving campus in a 2010-2012 gold Chevy Malibu that turned onto Bloomfield Avenue and traveled south. University Public Safety Director John Schmaltz says the incident was not random and the campus community is not at risk. If you have any information about any of the suspects in the photos, please contact Public Safety at 860.768.7985.


Electronic Engineering Technology

Program Director: Timothy Britt
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree program with a major in Electronic Engineering Technology (EET) includes three areas of concentration: controls, microprocessors, and communications (fiber optics, satellite, and telecommunications). The Two-Plus-Two Program in EET is intended to give freshmen, transfer, full and part-time, students maximum flexibility in designing their programs while offering well-rounded, professional education for engineering technicians and technologists.


The program in Electronic Engineering Technology is accredited by the Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission of ABET,

The first two years leading to the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree offer opportunities to prepare students to enter industry as an engineering technician with support responsibilities in such fields as research and development, product installation and maintenance, fabrication, production and testing. The following two years leading to the B.S. degree provide the additional technical and general education courses needed for expanded responsibilities and career development in engineering technology. Graduates will work as members of the engineering team in applied design, manufacturing, product development, production, and operations. They may also work in technical services including field engineering, customer support, marketing, and sales.

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