If you are interested in an exciting and rewarding career where people and technology come together, industrial electronics technology may be for you. Specialized courses in electronics technology emphasize application more than theoretical development. The program provides classroom studies with hands-on, high-tech laboratories. The student will use the tools of mathematics, science and telecommunications, as well as the calculator, computer, telecommunication networks and other laboratory equipment.
Industrial electronics technologists fill entry-level positions in industry, which include: circuit diagnostics, laboratory and field-testing, manufacturing and assembly, quality assurance, technical sales, field service and certification of new installation projects. They are involved with all products and systems of industry, including radios, radars, computers, network/wireless telecommunications applications and security systems, robots, audio and video systems, automotive electronics, medical instruments and navigation systems.
Representative career titles and job positions for this program plan include:
Plc Process Automation or Technician2
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