An associate of applied science degree program offers a focused curriculum that is geared towards teaching the skills needed to succeed in the student’s chosen field. Courses that are not relevant to the field will not be part of the program.
Electronics programs are designed to teach students about how electrical circuits function and how they are created. Work may be done with circuit boards and math and physics courses may be taken. Electronics students might be able to choose a specialization such as computer network engineering or communication electronics.
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The Electronic Engineering Technology program has two tracks, one with Electronic Circuitemphasis and the other with Visual Programming emphasis. The core program, common
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Electronics Engineering Technologists have just the right spark to keep technology operations running smoothly. They assist with the development, testing, and production of such things as circuit boards, wireless phones, PDAs, medical equipment, and control systems.
The Electronic Engineering Technology program has two tracks, one with Electronic Circuitemphasis and the other with Visual Programming emphasis. The core program, common to both tracks, provides the successful student with skills in basic electronics, component usage, focuses on modern lab documentation techniques, and the analysis of analog circuits, digital circuits and microcontroller systems. In the final two academic quarters, The Electronic focuses on Solid State Device operation and the study of Digital Communication Systems. TheProgramming Track offers 12 credit Hours of programming within a visual environment, such as .NET, or another contemporary tool, based on current industry trends....
This program prepares students for employment in telecommunications, medical electronics, computers, and consumer electronics. The electronic technician fabricates, insta
This program prepares students for employment in telecommunications, medical electronics, computers, and consumer electronics. The electronic technician fabricates, installs, maintains, and repairs electronic equipment.
Students applying to the electronics program should have two years of high school math including geometry or algebra, and two years of high school science including chemistry or physics.
Get a broad foundation of Electronics Technology skills that will prepare you for a variety of careers.
Earn a Cisco Networking Certificate that is desired by employers.
Learn about radio frequency communication, fiber optics, process and controls, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), and other topics that can make you valuable to employers.
The Computer and Electronics Technology (C&ET) A.A.S. degree program provides graduates with skills in two areas: information technology and electronics. Students hav
The Computer and Electronics Technology (C&ET) A.A.S. degree program provides graduates with skills in two areas: information technology and electronics. Students have the option to concentrate their studies by following either the information technology track or electronics track. Skilled Computer and Electronics Technicians are in high demand, and nearly all students who have successfully completed the C&ET program have gone to work in the technology field, making some of the highest starting salaries of Clinton alumni. Graduates also have the option to pursue a bachelor’s degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering Technology.
The mission of the Computer and Electronics Technology AAS degree program is to prepare students for employment in information technology and electronics-related areas and/or for the pursuit of advanced degrees in computer or electrical engineering technology by educating them in the fundamental concepts, knowledge, and practices in information technology and electronics systems....