Turning on the circuits!

Troubleshoot and repair electronic circuitry. Investigate the latest technological advances in computer, communication, surveillance, and security systems. Analyze how things work to create and modify circuits and components for maximum effectiveness.

You Can Be . . .

  • Industrial repairer
  • Medical technician repairer
  • Computer service technician
  • Office machine repairer
  • Industrial repairer
  • Electronic equipment repairer

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Career Focus

Prepared for immediate employment, military, and further education.

What You . . .

College Credits

Satisfactory completion of this program earns you college credits. See details on our College Partners page.


Students in the Electronics program may earn the following industry certifications:

  • ETA Student Electronics Technician
  • ETA Associate Certified Electronics Technician
  • OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Certification

Prospective Students

You should have a solid understanding of Algebra, a mechanical inclination and good communication skills.

Electrical and Electronic Fundamentals

This course emphasizes electrical and electronic fundamentals and prepares students for a variety of entry-level positions in the electronics field. Basic theories of electronics, circuitry, communications, instrumentation, and electronic automated techniques are part of this extensive curriculum. The Electronics student learns in detail the workings of:

  • Alternating current
  • Direct current
  • Solid-state components
  • Digital electronics

Students also learn how to assemble, install, repair, maintain, and modify electronic systems.