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Electronics Engineering Technology

The technical curriculum of this program will take place at Erie Institute of Technology in Erie, Pa. The technical curriculum will account for 28 to a maximum of 30 credits. In addition to the technical curriculum, students will complete 32 credits of core curriculum courses to complete the requirements of the Associate of Applied Science degree from Clarion University.

This program will prepare students for entry assignments in the electronic engineering field. The in-depth science and mathematics is sufficient to qualify graduates for entry-level engineering technician positions in field service, research and development, broadcast, and other associated engineering functions.

Employment Opportunities

  • Electronic Technician

  • Electronic Test Technician

  • Customer Service Technician

  • Cable Television Technician

  • Communications Technician

  • Electronic Equipment Repairer

  • Electronic Equipment Installer

  • Production Test Technician

Job Outlook

Job opportunities will be best for applicants with an associate degree, certification, or related experience. Knowledge of electrical equipment and electronics is necessary for employment and professional certification often is required.

Curriculum Highlights

  • DC, AC, Active Components

  • Circuit Design

  • Digital Principles

  • Microprocessors

  • Industrial Electronics

  • Algebra for Electronics

  • Advanced Algebra

  • Trig. for Electronics

  • Computer Networking

  • Computer Programming

  • Electronic Drafting

  • Communication Circuits

Certifications

The Computer and Engineering Technology Program will prepare the student for electronics certification exams offered by ISCET (International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians) and ETA (Electronics Technicians Association). Holders of the ISCET and ETA certifications possess knowledge in electronics industry standards, troubleshooting techniques, test equipment and installation procedures.