The Electronics program is designed to develop students with industry-recognized skills necessary for electronics installers, technicians, and, for continued study at area colleges and universities to enter electronic, electrical or computer engineering.
Students are educated through: use of appropriate tools, test equipment, experiments, computer-based circuit simulation, prototyping, manufacture, troubleshooting, project design and construction of a wide variety of electronic projects.
The department also studies smartphone, tablet, computer maintenance and repair and alternative energy systems. We are also involved in a national solar/electric competition sponsored by Electrathon America (electrathonamerica.org or ctelectrathon.org)
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