Be a part of bridging the gap between software and hardware design by expanding your knowledge and applying new ideas in practical design through hands-on education at Oregon Tech
What You'll Learn
The goal of the Embedded Systems Engineering Technology (ESET) program is to prepare you with the skills demanded by real-world industries. Key to this process is hands-on experience with Embedded Systems platforms.
The ESET program at Oregon Tech will prepare you to enter firmware development on these highly robust, mission critical platforms.
The program is a blend of small class sizes and hands-on labs and projects, bringing the devices of interest directly into the hands of students. This is an applied program, where the learning is in the doing.
Students work directly with concepts and technologies such as:
- Systems on a Chip
- Embedded Networking
- Real Time Operating Systems
- Embedded Testing
- Embedded Security
Hardware and Software Common First Year
The Oregon Tech ESET curriculum gives critical knowledge in an area of software engineering which exists directly on the hardware, providing low level operation and hardware abstraction to higher level software constructs.
This program provides an excellent education; incorporating industry-relevant, applied laboratory-based instruction in both the theory and application of embedded systems engineering. Our focus is educating students to meet the growing workforce demand in Oregon and elsewhere for graduates prepared in both hardware and software aspects of embedded systems.