Electronics Technician


An Electronics Technician Program teaches a student how to construct, install, repair, modify, maintain, test, and service the mechanical, electrical and electronic systems such as radio, radar and telecommunications, telemetering, data processing equipment, sound-producing equipment, ultrasonic and computerized equipment.

The Electronics Technician Program will generally take 4 years to complete. Upon graduation, the Electronics Technician will be well versed in instrument repair and calibration, as well as audio and radio servicing.



Careers

Electrical and Electronic Engineering Technologists and Technicians
Wage: $63,640
10 Year Growth Rate: 2.0%
Education Requirements:
Associate's degree
Electrical and Electronics Installers and Repairers
Wage: $61,760
10 Year Growth Rate: 2.0%
Education Requirements: