What makes our Electronics and Robotics programs so unique?
Flexible Options Offering traditional on-campus instruction—plus options for online/hybrid.
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 2017 average starting wage for LATC grads was $24.47.