Start your career in electronics
The SBBCollege Electronics Engineering Technology associate degree program prepares students for entry-level electronic technician positions in businesses and the government in electronic equipment design, installation, servicing, and operation.
This program provides a core foundation of knowledge in electronics and electronic systems. Emphasis is placed on both the theory and practical application of electronics engineering technology.
Courses include the study of basic electronic circuitry and components, computers and mincroprocessors, and data communication.
Graduates of this program will be able to install, maintain and troubleshoot electronic systems in an office or industrial setting. Career opportunities also exist in microelectronics manufacturing, field service, and integrated circuit layout design.
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Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Programs vary by campus location.