The Associate of Applied Science in Electronics Engineering Technology program trains students in the fields of analog and digital electronics, microprocessors, and computer technology. The courses are designed to qualify students to handle all of today's state-of-the-art equipment. In addition, courses introduce emerging technology.
Students in this degree program will take program specific courses in electronics, electrical circuits and instruments, digital systems, microprocessors, microcontrollers, programmable logic controllers (PLC), PC repair, linear integrated circuits, and electronic drafting. In addition, students will take courses in technical mathematics, technical communications, and technical physics.
Many courses are offered through the internet and/or distance learning. Check the class schedules in the current quarterly bulletin for availability. Cooperative education programs that offer practical work experience are also available. Contact one of our division advisors for more information.