Why Electrical Engineering & Electronics?


This program emphasizes theory and its applications in electronics, along with basic concepts and skills, for entry-level positions. Applications include computers, communication equipment, monitoring devices, and product evaluation and testing. Graduates may find employment as electronics technicians, helping engineers to design and develop computers. They may also work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices. The program is also designed to transfer to a four-year institution, leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering Technology.

The Electronics certificate program prepares students for entry-level positions in the field of electronics by providing a general understanding of concepts, terminology and common tools and instruments. The program features a balance between theory and practical applications through the use of both computer simulations and real-world circuitry. Graduates may seek employment in the areas of technical sales or component and unit testing with job titles such as assembler, technician or engineering assistant.

 

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Electronic Engineering Technology, A.S. (300.3)

This program prepares students for employment as an electronics technician upon graduation. The program is also designed to transfer to a four year institution, leading to a BS degree in Electrical and/or Electronics Engineering Technology. The program emphasizes theory and its applications in electronics and basic concepts and skills for entry-level positions. Applications include computers, communication equipment, monitoring devices, product evaluation and testing.

Electronics Technician, Certificate (299.3)

This program prepares students for an entry-level position in the field of electronics by providing a basic understanding of concepts, terminology and common tools and instruments used in electronics. The program features a balance between theory and practical applications through both computer simulation and real world circuitry.

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