What makes our Electronics and Robotics programs so unique?

  • Flexible Options Offering traditional on-campus instruction—plus options for online/hybrid.Distinctive
  • Impressive Facilities Dedicated Electronics and Robotics labs, complete with state-of-the-art soldering equipment and a Robotic Manufacturing Cell Simulator.
  • Key Certifications We are an Associate Certified Electronics Training Center (ACETC). Students also receive IPC 7711/7721B Rework, Repair, and Modification soldering certification.
  • Ideal Instruction Our experienced instructors have worked in programming, engineering, manufacturing and repair. They hold IPC 7711/7721B Rework, Repair, and Modification certification in soldering, A+ certification in computer repair, FCC First Class Radio Telephone Licensing—as well as industry certification in network copper cabling and fiber optics.
  • Real Fun Student teams from Precision Machining, Electronic Systems, Robotics and Welding design and build their own robot, and then go for the technical glory in an all-out, no mercy robot competition. The robot’s performance is judged by business and industry representatives. As if that weren’t cool enough – there are also CASH PRIZES! Students also have the opportunity to attend the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago.
  • Smooth Connections Articulation agreements are in place with SDSU for a smooth transition into a B.S. degree in Electronics Engineering Technology or Operations Management.
  • Sweet Paycheck Technicians in this field are paid REALLY well. Just six months after graduating, the 2016 average starting wage for LATI grads was $22.01.