Graduates of this program are expected to find employment as electrical technicians, i.e., technicians who install, troubleshoot, repair, service, and maintain electrical control systems in manufacturing and service facilities. Technicians who are employed by equipment manufacturers assist in the design, manufacturing, and testing of the electrical control systems of automated machines.
Students enrolled in the Electronics Technology program will gain first-hand experience with these technologies. The program will introduce new students to the basic concepts of electricity and progress to an understanding of automation programming and industrial robotics control or bio-medical electronics technology.
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what certificate or degree is required to pursue a career in that field.
Students with industry certifications, military training, non-credit coursework, and on-the-job experience* can request Credit for Prior Learning.
*Credit is not granted for experience, but for college-level learning that has been gained from experience.