Gregg White, Department Chair
The AAS degree in Industrial Electronics Technology prepares you for a career as an electronics technician, an electromechanical technician, a semiconductor manufacturing technician or an electromechanical field service technician.
This program develops essential skills for maintaining the complex electromechanical systems found in modern automated manufacturing facilities. After completing a core of courses in math, physics, fundamental analog and digital electronics, robotics and programmable logic controllers, you will branch off into one of two optional tracks. The electromechanical option emphasizes a broader range of skills, including print reading, motors and controls, and mechanical components. In addition to the two AAS degree options, several certificate options are also available.
You should have good basic reading, language and math competencies. High school algebra and physics are recommended but not required. Refresher classes are available.