Electronics technicians are in high demand as engineering assistants, field service technicians, electronic equipment technicians, service technicians, and broadcast technicians.
In this program you’ll learn the latest electronics processes and systems, like AC/DC, semi-conductors, operational amplifiers, digital and electronic communications. You can put your valuable skills to work in manufacturing companies, processing plants, computer service firms, telephone and wireless communications companies, or in the biomedical equipment field.
- Practice safety procedures and use protective equipment to safeguard against injury and workplace accidents.
- Assess and analyze a variety of active and passive electronic devices to determine operational efficiency and effectiveness.
- Implement design for serviceability, packaging, wiring, and technical reports.
- Utilize critical and logical thinking procedures/processes in troubleshooting and problem solving.
- Analyze and troubleshoot components at the system level.
- Calibrate, align, and adjust electronic devices.
- National certification through Electronics Technicians Association International (ETA-i).
Find important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program: www.btc.edu/GE
Admissions application and assessment testing in Reading, Math, and Sentence Skills are required. Your score on the test and/or your previous transcripts will determine where you begin your course sequence. Contact Admissions at 360.752.8345 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with academic planning.
Degree and Certificate Requirements
Engineering Technology: Electronics Specialization Certificate completion requires a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or greater.