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Electrical & Electronics

Electrical engineering is centered on electrical application and transmission. Electronic engineering is focused on devices that use electricity. If you’re analytical with a creative mind and enjoy math and working on computers, this might be a great career for you.

Programs


Electrical Engineering Technology (AAS)

70 Credits Location: Appleton

Employers want well-prepared electrical engineering technologists willing and able to take on more responsibility, which allows engineers to function at higher levels and engineering teams to work more efficiently. In this program, you will gain the knowledge and skills to contribute to the team. Your training will include work on electronic circuits that are stand-alone building blocks, as well as embedded controls in products, machines or processes. You will have a variety of potential career paths including product development, manufacturing, testing, quality control, installation, sales, distribution, field service, maintenance and research.

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Electronic Engineering Technology (AAS)

60 Credits Location: Appleton

This broad-based degree program will prepare you for many in-demand, high-paying career fields like product development, testing, service, maintenance or engineering support. You will develop the skills you need to design, develop, test and manufacture electrical and electronic equipment such as communication equipment, medical monitoring devices, navigational equipment and computers. Your training will also include safety standards and important workplace practices. You’ll learn in a flexible, hands-on environment that features the latest equipment and software.

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Electronics Fundamentals (C)

11 Credits Location: Appleton

If you're looking for a strong foundation in fundamental electronics, this certificate program is a great choice. You'll learn the practical concepts of electronics and will study components, circuit theory and circuit assembly. You'll also learn how to operate test equipment used for powering and analyzing circuitry. Your training covers basic DC and AC, solid state and digital circuits. This hands-on program allows you to practice what you learn in the lab so you'll be job ready.

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Electrical Engineering Technology

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Electrical Engineering Technology

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Two graduates generations apart are among several hundred from FVTC impacting Oshkosh Corporation. 

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Electronic Engineering Technology and Automated Manufacturing Systems Technology

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Types of Offerings



AAS - Associate Degree
TD - Technical Diploma
C - Certificate
A - Apprenticeship
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