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The associate degree in Electronic Technology is designed to give students a fundamental foundation in electronic systems with a focus on manufacturing. The Electronic Technology degree places an emphasis on analog and digital electronics and microprocessor systems in addition to the application of electromechanical systems and devices.
Coursework for the Electronic Technology degree encompasses classroom and hands-on, laboratory work that utilizes modern, industry standard equipment. Graduates of the program are prepared for entry-level electronic tech positions in manufacturing, installation, operation, service, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
Bryant & Stratton College’s Electronic Technology associate degree program provides students with the ability to:
Graduates of the Electronic Technology degree can pursue further electronic technician training by continuing their education with the EET (Electronic Engineering Technology) bachelor’s degree program at Bryant & Stratton College.
Graduates with an Electronic Technology associate degree are prepared to work with engineers as they develop electrical and electronic equipment. With this associate degree in electronic technology, you will have the insights and tools needed to inspect designs and equipment, build and repair electrical systems, or troubleshoot issues under the direction of an Electronics Engineer. Or you can use it as a steppingstone toward a higher level electronic engineering degree. Upon graduation, you may find employment in manufacturing settings, engineering services, research-and-development laboratories, or the utilities industry.
Major Requirements (34 credits)
To learn more about the courses in the Electronic Technology degree, please consult our course catalog.
Give your career prospects a boost with an associate degree in engineering technology from Bryant & Stratton College. Whether you are coming from an IT perspective or want to be an electronic technician, from analog and digital electronics to mapping circuits, this associate degree in electronic technology covers it all. Learn more. Get the conversation started here.