Be a technician in a central field. Computers, test equipment, robots, circuit boards, displays and medical machines—all these and more form the working system of electronic technology that powers our daily lives.
The industry is asking for skilled technicians to design, manufacture and support this technology. Our 18 month program begins by teaching you electronics at the component level. Next, expect to move beyond the basics as you learn surface mount soldering, microprocessors, motor controls, programmable logic controllers, circuit board design, troubleshooting, robotics and more!
This program has high job placement. We prepare our students by providing active, hands-on training in our new Electronic Systems labs. We also have an articulation agreement with SDSU, so our students can transfer credits seamlessly into a Bachelor of Science degree in Electronics Engineering Technology or Manufacturing Engineering Technology!
Recent graduates in this field are currently earning an average hourly wage of $22.49.
Read the article on jobs for grads.