The Electronics and Computer Hardware Technology program prepares students for employment
in the areas of computer hardware and industrial, military, and consumer electronics.
Students acquire proficiency in analyzing, assembling, testing, and troubleshooting
both analog circuits and computer systems. Students are trained in industry standard
codes and symbols for components, systems, safety devices, and procedures.
The program also meets the needs of the currently employed who seek upgrade skills, change careers, or prepare for industry certification and licensing. Competencies will be assessed regularly by student performance in the classroom and laboratory.
Estimated Annual Earnings
Electronics Engineering Technician
Starting at $34,383 Experienced at $89,269
Computer Hardware Engineer
Starting at $64,120 Experienced at $145,662
INDUSTRY AND TECHNOLOGY DIVISION
Education Center (ITEC)