Electronics Technology Robotics / Drones
Pathway: Maintenance, Installation, and Repair (Electronics)
Manufacturing Production Process Development
Concentration: MA 1720 Electronics Technician
Credential: ETA (Electronic Technicians Association), COMP TIA
Robotics I,II,III and IV and FAA Ground (Core)
DC Circuits and Concepts (Core)
AC Circuits and Concepts (Core)
Analog Circuits and Systems (Core)
Digital Computer Concepts (Core)
Electronic Engineer, A+ Computer Technician, PC Technician, Service Center Technician,
Software Applications Support, Cable Technician, Electronic Technician, Technical Writer,
Sales Representative, Electronic Service and Repair, Electronic Diagnostician.
Salary Range $45,000.00 - $120,000.00+
Salary is influenced by level and degree of Education and Certification.
Students entering the field of electronic technology will be on the forefront of developing
trends. Those enrolled in this course of study will diagnose, adjust, and repair
electronic equipment. This includes the electronic devices we use everyday such as
computers, televisions, VCR's, CD and DVD players as well as sonar, radar, industrial
and medical measuring, engineering and control devices. Students enrolled in electronic
course of study may earn up to 28 college hours and apply these hours to a 2 or 4 year
degree. Those completing the full course of study will have the skills to enter the work
force upon graduation. These can be taken with other electronic courses or as a stand
alone certification. Internships are available to those students meeting the qualifications.
Students will be eligible to enter the Toyota Advanced Manufacturing Technician Program
after completing this program. The AMT includes a two year associate degree that combines
cutting-edge curriculum, paid working experiences along with learning highly sought-after
business principles and best practices of a world class manufacturer.
This course constitutes
1080 hours for completion.