Electronics Engineers design, develop, analyze, research and manufacture electrical and electronic systems and their component parts. The electronics engineering technology curriculum is concerned with analysis and design of modern electronic systems, devices and signals for a broad range of applications such as wireless or network communication, electrical power and control and multimedia information technology. The field of electronics engineering is currently evolving at a rapid pace since it has a major role in the accelerated growth of the technological world and requires the modern electronics engineer not only to have a sound basis in the fundamental principles but also to have the capacity to learn and assimilate novel advances as soon as they materialize. East-West offers baccalaureate (BS) and associate in applied sciences (AAS) degrees in Electronics Technology. These programs are requires design, develop, analyze, research and manufacture hardware, and firmware systems that process, store and convey digital information. The diversity of products that involve the design talents of an electronics engineer is unlimited. This range from large to small computers to special purpose computing hardware and software embedded within devices and systems. The applications, for example, are in business to organize, process, and communicate data, communications over mobile and satellite networks, digital sound and picture processing for entertainment, household appliances, automotive systems, manufacturing process control, biomedical instrumentation and machine control. The emphasis in computer engineering is on the design of hardware as well as software tools and systems for acquisition, processing, storage, and transmission of data and signals by digital means.