From robots used in manufacturing to electronics used in biomedical equipment, Electronics Technicians keep our world running.
If you’ve always been a person who loves to take things apart, see how they work, and then put them back together, a career in Electronics Engineering could be a perfect fit for you.
Our Electronics Engineering Technology program is hands-on, where you’ll use state-of-the-art equipment to learn how to test, maintain and repair electronic equipment and systems used in automation, pneumatics, robotics and more. Programmable logic controllers, control circuits, digital circuits … you’ll learn how to use them all!
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field of Electronic Engineering is projected to grow by 7 percent through 2026. Your training in the Electronics Engineering Technology program at Western Technical College can prepare you for a variety of opportunities in a variety of industries.
ROBOTS FOR THE REAL WORLD
Flexible Schedules. We know life can be hectic and that is why we offer three flexible schedules to choose from. Attend classes around what works best for you and choose from day, afternoon or evening classes. For day, afternoon and evening classes, you can complete your Electronics Engineering training in just 20 months!
Hybrid Program. Our Electronics Engineering Program is a hybrid program that combines the elements of traditional face to face learning with the flexibility of online learning. 80% of your training will be in the classroom (one day online) and the other 20% will be spent in the shop. You’re virtually getting the best of both worlds!
Internship Opportunities: Before you graduate from the Electronics Engineering Technology program, the time will come for you to put the skills you learned in the classroom and apply them in a Real World setting! As an Intern, you will have the opportunity to work hands on in a professional environment, network with other professionals in your field, explore different careers, and build your resume. You will have a dedicated Internship Coordinator that will personally work with you and many of our industry partners to provide you the exposure and experience you need to get ready for the Real World.
Certifications. After completing your Electronics Engineering courses, you’ll be fully prepared to test for these professional certifications:
Associate Level Certified Electronics Technician from ISCET and/or ETA
Industrial Journeyman from ISCET
High-Reliability Soldering J-STD-001 from IPC
Certified Fiber Optic Technician from FOA
CompTIA A+ and Network+
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS
Electronics Engineering Technician
Electronics Repair Technician
Utilities Electronic Technician
Equipped for Your Success
Nida Computer-aided Electronics Trainers
Programmable Logic Controllers
Fiber-Optic Termination Equipment and Fusion Splicers