Overview

Students in the Electrical/Electronics Technology program receive in-depth instruction in the areas of safety applications; DC electronics and metrology; AC electronics and photonics; industrial electrical systems and motors; digital systems and microcontrollers; hydraulics and pneumatics; and basic design drafting.


With an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical/Electronics, graduates can work as control system technicians, instrumentation/automation technicians, electrical/electronic maintenance technicians, and instrumentation technicians.

Paid internships are a requirement for the program so students can begin earning even before graduating. Students that earn an Associate in Applied Science degree in Electrical/Electronics have the option to continue their education and earn a Bachelor of Technology degree in Instrumentation Engineering Technology.

The demand for graduates with an electrical/electronics specialty will only increase as manufacturing companies continue to look into automation to increase the quality of their products as well as overall profitability.