We rely on electricity to power our daily lives -- whether it's the oven in our kitchen, the computers at our jobs, medical equipment in hospitals or machines in heavy industry. And when there's an issue with an electrical system, those trained in electronics possess the knowledge to identify the problem. The Electronics program focuses on setting up, troubleshooting, repairing and programming electronic devices and systems. Develop the skills essential to specialized electronics fields in areas such as industrial controls and automation, research and development, production and field service.
Prepare for jobs such as electronics technician, electronics repair technician, field services coordinator, technical support representative or technical sales person.
Select program credits may transfer to other institutions.
The Electronics Technology Club provides further exposure to the electronics industry.
Internship experiences provide technical, hands-on learning in real-world settings.
Incoming students may earn credit for prior learning for specific high school Project Lead the Way or similar courses.
Wages of recent graduates per Graduate Follow-up Report
Three-year Avg. Salary for Full-time Related Employment: $34,896