Electrical/Electronics, Associate of Applied Science
The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology program provides training in state-of-the-art electrical/electronics equipment and systems.
Many of the credits required by the program are transferable to an appropriate bachelor of engineering technology program.
A QUALITY EDUCATION
The Electrical/Electronics Engineering Technology program provides industry with personnel trained in state-of-the-art electrical/electronics equipment and systems. The program is designed to prepare technicians for full-time employment.**
This is a two-year (four semesters) program with courses and training including circuit analysis, semiconductor devices, electrical drafting, digital electronics, electrical machinery, programmable logic controllers, control systems, and technical mathematics. In addition to acquiring broad knowledge of electrical components, students in the program will learn how to design and analyze electrical circuits; install, test and maintain electrical/electronic systems; operate and troubleshoot modern industrial controllers; and relate their knowledge to real-world applications. They will also acquire the communications, problem solving and teamwork skills necessary to succeed in their chosen career.
Key Skills Learned
- Earn an Associates of Applied Science.
- Online and night classes available.
- Small class size with a focus on hands-on learning.
- Multiple career path options.
- Accelerate your earning potential.
**Acquire the educational requirements needed to test for the journeyman electrician's license.
**Two years of on-the-job training is also required to test for the journeyman electrician's license.