This program prepares students for an entry-level position in the field of electronics by providing a basic understanding of concepts, terminology and common tools and instruments used in electronics. The program features a balance between theory and practical applications through both computer simulation and real world circuitry.
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:
Apply skills for employment as an electronic technician, assembler or service representative.
Employ electronic vocabulary to communicate with the manufacturing community.
Apply industry standard software in analyzing electronic circuits.
Use electronic concepts in troubleshooting and designing electronic circuits.
Upon completion of this program, graduates may seek employment in the areas of technical sales or component and unit testing with titles such as assembler, technician or engineering assistant.