EEEP alumni are mostly employed in the education, infrastructure, and enterprise sectors. Therefore, based on a tracer study in 2021, EEEP graduates are focused on producing the following graduate profiles:
Becoming a professional instructor in the field of business and industrial. The ability to guide and supervise the trainee in gaining knowledge and skill to do the job is required. The instructor together with the planning staff, training needs analyzers, facility maintenance, training managers, supervisors, and the institution managers are defined as the training staff in the job training process.
- Electronic Engineering Staff. Becoming the engineering staff in the industrial field. It takes the ability to apply the occupational and environmental safety and health management system (K3L), collecting the type of service data, quality, and quantity electronical and telecommunication services, making a network plan for the required Electronic and telecommunication, sketching a networking plan, and Electronic and telecommunications appliances. Also, it needed the ability to calculate the needs of the materials, equipment, manpower for networks installation, electronic and telecommunication equipment, arranging the schedule of procurement, installation, and maintenance of network and the appliances of electronic and telecommunication service, installing the network and the appliances of electronic and telecommunication service.
- Robotics and Mechatronics Technician. The robot technician is responsible for developing robots in a wider range such as the robot used in the production line of automotive companies and the robot that attached in hazard activities, designing robots according to specific work capacity and purposes, selecting good quality spare parts in building a robot plan, collecting information about the latest trend of robot design, maintenance robotics equipment related with the production process. To become a robot technician requires competence in the basic engineering fields of mechanics and Electronic.
- Software Engineer. A software engineer has the ability to analyze, engineering, compiling specifications, implementing, and validate a software design to answer a problem.
- Computer Networking Architect. Has the ability in designing and implementing computer and information networking, as in Local Area Network (LAN), Wide Area Network (WAN), internet, extranet, and other communication networks. Conduct research and recommend hardware network, data communication, and software that helps efficiency and effectivity of internet network/ communication devices within a company/ organization.
- Network system and Computer Administrator. Has the ability to maintain and managing computer networks and related computational environments, including hardware, system software, application software, and all configuration. Performs data backup and recovery operations after a disaster. Diagnosing, solving problems, and solving hardware, software, or network problem and other system problem, and changing broken components if needed. Planning, coordinating, and implementing network security to protect data, software, and hardware. Cofigurating, monitoring, and maintenance email application or virus protection software.
EEEP is a science that focuses on the application of electronic engineering and computer science. EEEP is a science consisting of non-linear electrical and electronic components and devices and electric currents such as electron tubes, and semiconductor devices, especially transistors, diodes, and integrated circuits, etc. It is used to design electronic circuits, devices, and systems. In EEEP, the weak current electricity is studied, including electrical circuits, transistors, ICs, and so on, and a little about strong current electricity. In addition, EEEP is concerned with the implementation of applications, principles, and algorithms developed in many related fields, for example, solid-state physics, radio engineering, telecommunications, control systems, signal processing, systems engineering, computer engineering, instrumentation engineering, electric power control, and robotics.