The electronics engineering technology associate program is designed to provide students with the practical, hands-on training needed to be successful in the field of electronics. The program contains a combination of lecture and lab courses designed to provide students with the practical knowledge of various electronics and electrical circuitry needed to understand the basis of the profession.
Our Electronics Engineering Technology program is 90 credit hours and includes hands-on experience with 250 hours of lab work. Learn how to read blueprints, identify and resolve equipment malfunctions, test electronic units and much more.
Training & Experience
Our Electronics Engineering Technology program offers you the opportunity to troubleshoot various types of issues such as;
Common types of equipment include Allen Bradly PLC components and networks, CNC control panels and PC hardware such as motherboards and power supplies.
Students completing the electronics engineering technology associates program will be prepared to take the Associate Certified Electronics Technician (CETa) exam, Apprentice Electronics Technician (APP) certification, Electronics Modules (EM1-5) certification through Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) International and the CompTIA A+ certification.
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Credit Transfer & Financial Aid
Curious if your credits transfer over from another college? Learn if your credits transfer toward our program. In addition, Harrison College provides access to a variety of financial aid opportunities to help students pay for their education.
Learn about specific courses and program details for our electronics engineering technology program:
If you’re looking for an electronics engineering technology school in Indiana, Harrison College is proud to offer this degree at our Indianapolis - Downtown campus.
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Completing your Electronics Engineering Technology Professional Diploma in two years allows you to receive the IT training necessary to kickstart your career.
EET's often work in multiple professional roles including:
EETs typically troubleshoot various types of issues such as:
Electronics Engineering Technology Professional program graduates will apply principles and theories of:
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Electronics Engineering technicians make an average salary of $62,190 per year. Local employers include FedEx Ground, Siemens and Aerotek Engineering.