Electronics Lab

Electronics and Computer Technology


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Graduates of Monroe County Community College’s associate of applied science degree with specialization in electronics technology typically find employment as engineering aides, laboratory technicians and field service representatives. Many graduates transfer to nearby universities that offer a bachelor of engineering technology or bachelor of applied science degree on a “2+2” basis – two years at the community college and two years at the university. These graduates generally obtain engineering positions and often advance into management.

Career Opportunities
The program provides a solid foundation in general electronics in the first three semesters and moves into some currently and regionally important specialized areas in the fourth semester. Throughout, the program maintains a commitment of “hands-on” laboratory applications to support and reinforce theoretical discussions of circuits. To this end, the Electronics and Electronics Trouble Shooting (ELEC 200) course includes the construction of a finished electronic instrument that students may keep at their option.

Graduates of this program will be prepared for entry-level employment in the following areas:

  • Electronics LabComputer maintenance technician
  • Electrical designer
  • Electromechanical technician
  • Electronic systems test technician
  • Electronics technician
  • Engineering aide
  • Field service technician
Faculty - Thomas Harrill
  Program Outcomes
  Curriculum - Degree Requirements
MDTC 160 Mechanical Drafting and CAD I satisfies computer skills general education requirement