AAS Electronic Technology
Riding the Wave of the Future
The Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronic Technology prepares graduates for a career as an electronics technician in the areas of installation, operations, service, maintenance or troubleshooting. The program provides a solid education in electronics technology including analog devices, digital devices and microprocessor systems. Students learn the theory and practice of electronics, as well as foundational career skills such as business communications and interpersonal relations. Knowledge is reinforced through hands-on laboratory exercises using industry-standard equipment.
Upon completion of the Associate of Applied Science Degree program, students may opt to continue their education by enrolling in the Bachelor of Science in Electronic Engineering Technology (B.S.E.E.T.) program. The B.S.E.E.T. program is offered exclusively at our Cleveland, OH campus.
Skills You'll Learn
Analyze, troubleshoot and service analog and digital electronic devices using industry-established best practices, procedures and tools.
Build the verbal and mathematical skills needed to succeed in business.
Demonstrate relational learning by applying life lessons and formal instruction to new situations.
Develop critical thinking processes and learning strategies.
Get hands-on experience using current technology and equipment.
Interpret technical documentation and make recommendations/decisions regarding the use and purchase of electronic equipment and material.
Learn how to improve the effectiveness of systems operation.
Jobs in Electronic Technology
$28,080 avg. starting salary
Source: Bryant & Stratton College
2009-10 Placement Data Report
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Normal Time to complete program: 2 Years
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*** On-Time Completion Rate and and Median Debt calculated for graduates during the 2011-2012 Award Year
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