Graduates complete the program fully prepared for employment in businesses and industries utilizing the latest state-of-the-art equipment and techniques in electronics technology. Students receive training for entry into telecommunications, computer maintenance and repair, radio and television repair, microprocessors, two-way radio systems, and electronic controls systems in industry and industrial instrumentation.
The program consists of classroom instruction in theory, laboratory time and practical experiences required to develop the knowledge and physical skills necessary to become a qualified technician. Full-time day and evening classes are available on the main campus.
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