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Electronics Engineering Technology


Ross Stites
Associate Professor
Math, Science and Computer Technology

This program is designed to prepare students to work in the field of electronics. The program provides a solid foundation in electronics theory, applications, and a view into emerging technologies. Core courses focus on fundamentals of electrical theory, electronic theory, and digital electronics. Emphasis is placed on hands-on experiential learning and general lab skills. Students will be prepared to operate, install, troubleshoot, repair, maintain and service electronic equipment and systems. Courses in this program emphasize mastery of theory and the attainment of skills and competencies vital to workforce needs.


Electronics engineering technicians identify and repair equipment malfunctions, construct and test prototypes, and calibrate and perform preventative maintenance on equipment and systems. Typical careers would be in avionics equipment and repair, medical equipment and repair, industrial equipment and repair. 


Certificate A

17 credits

Can be completed after one year. Allows entry to assembler-type jobs. It is primarily designed to allow high school dual enrollment students the ability to obtain a certification before graduation.

Certificate B

33 credits

Can be completed after two years. It is designed to provide a certification for someone completing the core technical coursework, with a goal that they could be employed as an engineering electronics technician while completing the AAS.

See the certificate webpage for additional information


60-61 credits

Can be completed in two years. This is the terminal degree in the program, and the goal for completion for those wishing to work in the electronics engineering technology field.

See the degree webpage for additional information

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