Industrial Electronics Technology
The Industrial Electronics program prepares students for careers as electronic technicians. Technicians are involved in all phases of industrial and commercial installation, service, and repair of today’s modern equipment. Students will learn about many areas of electronics, including basic electronics, solid-state devices, pulse and switching circuits, computers, motor controls, robotics, programmable logic controllers, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, tools, and test equipment.
When is the program offered?
The course is taught year round during the day and evening. Split term classes are offered to accommodate a wide range of schedules for full-time and part-time students.
What awards does the program lead to and how long does it take?
Students may earn a Certificate or an Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS). Students enrolled full-time may complete a Certificate in as little as three to four semesters (12 to 18 months) or an AAS in two years.
- Associate in Applied Science (Make A Plan)
- Certificate (Make A Plan)
- Students will have an opportunity to take the nationally recognized Electrical NOCTI test.
- Learn more about the Mercedes-Benz Mechatronics Program, the Nucor Technical Academy, the Hunt Refining Company Operations Co-Op Program, and the BFGoodrich Technical Scholar Program by visiting Corporate Partnerships and Apprenticeships.
What can I earn?
The national average for annual earnings is $53,400 and the hourly earnings is $25.66. The top 10% annual earnings is $80,700 and the hourly earnings is $38.81.
Employment of Industrial Electronics personnel is projected to grow 20 percent through 2022, faster than the average for all occupations.