Electronics Technician Career Major - Overview

Electronics Technician

electronics technician
Career Major Length
1050 hours
Who Can Enroll
Adults
Schedule
M-F 4:30 - 10:30P
Fees
In-State Tuition:
$2,625.00
Out-of-State Tuition:
$6,825.00
Supplies Costs:
$63.00
Average Oklahoma Salary
$15-24/hr

Learn to install, maintain and repair electronic circuits and equipment. Through a series of practical hands-on experiments, students will learn the correct use of safety procedures, tools, test equipment, troubleshooting procedures and soldering techniques, as supported by the theoretical components of electronics training. Students are expected to achieve a level of training sufficient for entry-level employment within the specific electronics area of their choosing, such as general electronics equipment servicing, aircraft electronic instrumentation installation and servicing, bio-medical electronic equipment installation and servicing, audio electronic equipment installation and servicing, communications/navigation equipment installation and servicing, and automotive electronics servicing. (evenings only)

Career Major Length
1050.00Total Hours
Course Title
Hours
Electrical Safety for Electronics Technicians
15.00
Electronics Hand and Power Tools for Electronics Technicians
15.00
Instruments and Measurements for Electronics Technicians
15.00
DC Circuits for Electronoics Technicians
120.00
AC Circuits for Electronics Technicians
180.00
Electromechanical Devices for Electronics Technicians
45.00
Semiconductor Circuits for Electronics Technicians
150.00
Semiconductor Devices for electronics Technicians
90.00
Linear Circuits for Electronics Technicians
90.00
Digital Systems for electronics Technicians
90.00
Microprocessor Systems for Electronics Technicians
60.00
Data Communications for Electronics Technicians
120.00
Soldering for Electronics Technicians
15.00
Mechanical Fasteners and Terminals for Electronics Technicians
15.00
Workforce Staging
30.00

Helpful Attributes and Abilities

  • Reading and math skills at the 10th grade level or above
  • A basic knowledge of general science
  • Good manual dexterity
  • Average strength and good physical health
  • An ability to work independently and as part of a team

Recommended Prerequisites

  • Successfully passed Algebra

Student Organizations

Certifications Available

  • International Society of Certified Electronics Technicians (ISCET) Associate Level Certified Electronics Technician
  • National Center for Aerospace and Transportation Technologies (NCATT) Aircraft/Anvionics Electronics Technician