Engineering & Electronics Technology
The Engineering Technology Program prepares students for success in the areas of electronics, computer maintenance, mechanical, industrial, computer aided design, robotics, automation, communications, instrumentation and telephony.
Where can I work?
Public utilities; building equipment contractors; machinery and equipment repair shops; electrical and electronics wholesalers; electronics and appliance retailers; motor vehicle and parts dealers; manufacturers of electrical, electronic, and transportation equipment; and Federal, State, and local government.
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 $49,090. Find Out More
How long will it take to complete the program?
This program usually takes 4 semesters to complete.
What are the program options?
Associate in Applied Science
Associate in Applied Science Engineering & Electronics Technology
Robotics & Automation
- Alternative Energy
- Automation Technician
- Computer Maintenance Technician
- Communications Technician
- Digital Telephony Technician
- Electronics Tester
- Electronics Technician
- Industrial Electronics Technician I
- Industrial Electronics Technician II
- Instrumentation Technician
- Maintenance Technician
- Mechanical Technician
- Robotics and Automation Technician
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Joseph Compton, Professor