Engineering Electronics Design & Manufacturing
Program Code: 10-605-2
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Associate Degree: 72 Weeks, 67 Credits
Financial Aid Eligible
Electronic engineering technicians help design, develop, test, and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment. They may work in product evaluation and testing, using measuring and diagnostic devices to adjust, test, and repair equipment. Workers whose jobs primarily involve repairing electrical and electronic equipment often are referred to as electronics technicians.
Post graduate positions indicate local career opportunities:
- Electronic Engineer & Technician
- Field Service Engineer & Technician
- Electrical Engineering Technician
- Industrial Technician
- (PCB) Design Engineer
- Component Engineer
- Electrical Designer
- Broadcast Engineer
- Test & Lab Technician
- Systems Technician
- Engineering Specialist
- Data Technician
- Network Technician
- CAD/CAM Technician
Engineering Electronics Design & Manufacturing is a broad-based program providing training for many fields. Diverse areas of employment include: product development, testing, service, maintenance, and engineering support. Demand for Electronic Engineering Technicians continues to grow rapidly. The new program provides you with the tools for a successful career in electronics where instructors recognize the value of hands-on flexible learning with a focus on component and system level: construction, programming, interfacing, and troubleshooting.
Program/Plan Admission Requirements
Upon successful completion of the program, the graduate will:
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- Apply electronic theory to practice.
- Build electronic circuits and systems.
- Operate test equipment.
- Analyze electronic systems.
- Communicate technical information.
- Troubleshoot electronic equipment, circuitry, and software.
- Program and interface: computers, equipment, and devices.
- Develop electronic test and data collection software and systems.
- Identify electronic safety risks, practice precaution, and observe safety industry standards and regulations.
- Work effectively and ethically to complete individual and team assignments in diverse groups.
Helpful High School Courses
- Appleton—1825 N. Bluemound Drive
Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, physics, English, electricity, drafting and computer courses are useful.
For additional information, call or e-mail Todd Van De Hey at (920) 735-2557 or visit the Electronics web page.
For additional program/admission information, View Program Plan.