Electronics Technology

Program Information

Organized learning experiences leading to the associate in applied science degree in Electronics include theory, laboratory, and shop work as each relates to planning, producing, testing, assembling, installing, and maintaining electronic equip­ment: radio, telephone, television, industrial electronics, computer interfaces, digital systems, robotic equipment, and microprocessors. Emphases are on troubleshooting, device characteristics and circuits, communications systems, pulse and digital circuitry, industrial con­trol, and interfacing. Instruction is designed to develop knowledge, understanding, and skills essential for employment in industries rely­ing on electronic means for communication, transport, manufacturing and process control, information processing, and in most electronic service occupations. 

The program in Electronics Engineering Technology provides work-place experiences recommended by the U.S. Department of Labor Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS).

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