Electronics Technician is one of today’s fastest growing careers, a career that can provide not only a great salary and job security but also exciting work in a field that is always growing and changing.
What You’ll Learn
This field has many opportunities including maintenance, design, service and sales in commercial, manufacturing and process industries. See the current advising sheet for more details.
Credits Required: 60 hours
Credential Earned: Associate of Applied Science
The following industries employ electronic technicians: computer industry, consumer electronics industry, robotics industry, utility companies, healthcare, broadcast, manufacturing, aerospace, automotive, mining, office equipment, waste-treatment, and any other industries that use electrical/electronic systems.
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-Graduates will be employed in field, a related field, or pursuing an advanced degree.
-Graduates will demonstrate skills and knowledge appropriate for success in their field of study.
-Graduates will be satisfied that the curriculum has prepared them for success in field or a related field, or for the pursuit of an advanced degree.