Electronics

  • Individuals trained as Electronics Engineering Technicians work with engineers and scientists to design, build, and maintain electrical and electronic equipment ranging from TV and radio to radar, sonar, and industrial and medical electronic measuring. Our curriculum includes electrical/electronics theory, reading electrical and electronic diagrams and schematics, the study of circuits, the use of electronic test equipment, and the diagnosis and repair of products that contain transistors, printed circuits, and integrated circuits. Students will also study home, auto, and industry security systems complete with installations. Should you choose to specialize in this growing field of electronics, our programs can give you an excellent foundation for your future.

    Advanced students will study communications electronics and computer systems.

    How much will I earn? The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the national median annual wage for occupations in this area of study is $51,220. Find out more about these salaries here.