Electronics Engineering Technology
The Electronics Engineering Technology program emphasizes the theory and application of electronics. The student is taught a fundamental understanding of the principles and practices of electronics. Laboratory exercises provide applications to enhance learning.
The electronics technician applies electronics theory, principles of electrical circuits, electrical testing procedures, technical mathematics, physics, and related subjects to design, build, repair and modify electronic equipment such as computers, communication equipment and automated manufacturing.
To provide the flexibility required in the electrical science and electronics industries, the curriculum offers a solid foundation in mathematics, science and electronics.
There are many areas of employment specialization in electronics technology. Labor statistics report that employment opportunities for electronic technicians will be favorable through the next decade.
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Division Head, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics